School Closure for COVID -19

During these challenging times learning and teaching for St Kenneth’s Primary School and Nursery Class is taking place on-line.  Class teachers are posting assignments for their pupils throughout the week.  Our nursery staff are also posting suggestions for play and learning on E-Learning Journals.  Teachers will comment and give feedback through Google Classroom and E-Learning Journals.  For general enquires please use our main e-mail address of and we will get back to you as soon as possible.  For any questions regarding connectivity and IT please use our ICT e-mail
Our School App will give you the most up-to-date messages and information.  You can also follow us on Twitter which is currently keeping us in touch with our children as they learn at home.  We would love to see how the children are getting on and if you would be willing to share this with us please send any photographs or videos to and we will post onto our locked Twitter account.
Emergency Childcare is also taking place at Halfmerke Primary School.  Parents/carers can apply for this through South Lanarkshire Council’s website
We hope all our children and families are safe and well and we look forward to seeing everyone as soon as it is safe to do so.
Stay safe,
G O’Hanlon

Congratulations Scottish Champions!

Congratulations to our P7 boys’ team who were gold medallists at the Scottish Road Relay Championships at Grangemouth on 21st September 2019!  Gerard, Dylan and Ruairidh ran an outstanding race in a very competitive field to the great delight of the crowd.  Mr Wyatt, their coach was delighted with their achievement and that of all pupils who put in a super performance and prepared so well for the event.
Congratulations once again to Mr Wyatt for his dedicated coaching and commitment.  Thanks also to parents and families for the super support.  Mrs O’Hanlon, head teacher, said, “What a result! I am so proud of all the children who trained and attended the event. They all performed to their best on the day and P7s boys were outstanding.  A huge thank you to Mr Wyatt and the children for all their hard work”.
Well done St Kenneth’s!