Cork – Blackrock, Saint Michael’s National School

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School Roll Number: 18388F

The school is under the patronage of the Bishop.

St. Michael’s School is a Church of Ireland National School under the patronage of the Bishop of Cork, Cloyne and Ross.

The school serves the parish of Blackrock. St. Michael’s School is co-educational and was founded in 1866.  A new school building was built in 1961 and the current building was opened in 2011.

St. Michael’s is a small school. The principal is a teaching principal. The classes are a multi-grade – junior infants to second class is the first grade setting. Third class to sixth class is the second setting.

The small school environment is conducive to the promotion of a happy family atmosphere where each child gets a high degree of attention and is valued for their individuality. We endeavour to create a well-functioning, stimulating, happy and safe environment, which promotes the dignity and individuality of every pupil, including those with special educational needs, enabling them to reach their full potential.


St Michael’s National School
Church Road


Ms Alison Quill

(021) 435 8140

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