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Crossroads Primary School, Kilrea

About Us


Crossroads Primary School is a Catholic Maintained School where our faith is taught and celebrated, yet we are welcoming to children of all religious and cultural backgrounds.   We have a caring, inclusive school where the whole school community shares a common goal, which is to do the very best for every child in our care, regardless of physical or academic ability, religious or cultural background.

The school has now been in operation on its current site for more than 100 years. We celebrated our centenary year in 2021. We were delighted to be able to celebrate it with the renovation of the existing building and the opening of 5 brand new classrooms in September 2022. We have a state of the art building which is inviting and beautiful and will be a hub of learning and growing together for Crossroads pupils for many generations to come.

Our overriding aim is to establish and foster Christian values for life.  To do this, it is essential that we work in partnership with all our parents and the parish community.  Indeed, the success of our school depends on good co-operation between pupils, parents, governors, staff and our parish priest.

There are many opportunities for parents to become involved in the life of our school and indeed the success and ethos of the school is greatly enhanced when they do so. Efforts are made to offer parent’s information evenings, curriculum evenings, as well as many other extra-curricular events which help to promote and fundraise for our school.  We feel it is important to keep parents and all stakeholders in the school informed with any curricular developments that are happening in school.

We look forward to helping you provide your child with an education, which will help him/her develop the skills necessary to become a full member of society. As a collective school staff we firmly believe that our core work is represented accurately by our school motto.

NURTURE         -           INSPIRE            -           FLOURISH