066 9764496 | info.firiesns@gmail.com

Welcome to Firies National School

Firies National School is a rural 15 teacher school, in the growing village of Firies situated midway between the hub towns of Killarney (9 miles), Tralee (10 miles), Castleisland (10 miles) and Killorglin (8 miles).

Located on the N591 the school was opened in 1991 and is situated on a site of 
2.57 acres, offering extensive playground space.

Firies National School offers a broad and balanced curriculum as well as many 
extra-curricular activities including Football, Basketball, Quizzes and Concerts.

We are a 'Green School' and a 'Health Promoting School'.

We have achieved 'Awards of Excellence' in Science and Maths.
Our school gardens provide opportunities for children to learn about native 
woodland species as well as grow their own vegetables.

Parental involvement is important in our school. We have a very active Parents' Association that is involved in the day to day life of our school.

There are Pre-schools and After Schools services located adjacent to our building which offer collection from school.

All children are made welcome in our school.

 The School Principal is Ms Claire Doyle.

Contact Us

Firies National School

Tel: 066 9764496

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Latest Images

Third Class SEAI 2016
Junior Infants June 2017 - Teddy Bear Picnic
Junior Infant Pirates - May 2017
Visit of Brendan Fuller from Kerry Radio January 13th 2017
Junior Infants Optician - May 2017
School Tour Junior Infants 2017
Junior Infants - sports day
JEP tour
First Holy Communion Party May 14th 2017
Pancake Tuesday
Junior Infants September 2017
Second Class Pop up Snowmen 2016
Junior Infants June 2017 - Teddy Bear Picnic
Junior Infants November 2016
Christmas Markets December 11th 2016
Basketball Super Sevens 2017
Drumming Lesson 3rd class
Maths trail 3rd
Drama in 5th Class 2017
Junior Infants January 2017
2016 pyjama party
Past Pupil Visit
6th class presentations
Pancake Fun Senior Infants 2017
2016 September News