Kewaigue School

Enjoying learning and achieving, together

The staff and Governors of Kewaigue believe that all our pupils should have an equal opportunity to benefit from school activities and visits (curricular and extra curricular) independent of their parents’ financial means.

Throughout the year there are likely to be day visits organised for classes in conjunction with their curriculum work, or visits to the school by Theatres or Workshops etc. Such visits play an important part in the school curriculum, extending the learning that is started in the classroom and no child is excluded for financial reasons.

From time to time, parents may be invited to make voluntary contributions towards the cost of these visits, to enable the school to continue with such worthwhile activities. Details of the approximate cost will be sent home in advance and, providing we are able to get the necessary support, we will confirm bookings and collect the donations.

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General Information

Please click the links on the left hand side for further information about our school. THE SCHOOL AND IT'S CATCHMENT AREA Kewaigue School was opened on 10th October 1892 after permission was granted to draw water from the well across the lane at the back…

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