The KH Jazz Band, Choir and Form 1 Music Class, delivered a phenomenal performance at the Stewart’s Care Outreach Concert recently.

The band played an amazing set, including popular hits such as ‘Valerie’, ‘Happy’, ‘Can’t Take My Eyes Off You’, and ‘Riptide’, which had everyone up on their feet dancing. 

A big thank you to Stewart’s Care for hosting such a wonderful event and being such an appreciate audience. We look forward to more events in the future.

Videos of the performances can be found on our YouTube Channel @TheKingsHospitalSchoolOfficial in the Performing Arts Playlist.



Congratulations to the students and teachers of KH for their outstanding participation in the Ian Daly Swim A Mile With A Smile 2023. Together, they managed to raise an impressive €1100 in support of Children’s Health Foundation Crumlin (formerly CMRF Crumlin) and Barretstown.

The Ian Daly Swim a Mile with a Smile is an annual charity fundraiser that honors the memory of Ian Daly, organized by Brian & Laura Daly. Since its inception in 2004, this event has become a remarkable tradition, with the Daly family raising a staggering €647,000 for these two noble causes.

Every euro raised from this event will directly benefit these incredible organizations, contributing to the well-being and support of children in need. The dedication and generosity shown by the KH community is truly commendable, making a significant impact on the lives of those facing health challenges.



Students recently celebrated Guide Dog Day by expressing gratitude to Eimear Kenneally, the trainer of their beloved therapy dog Nala, and Clair Breen, Nala’s owner. The event showcased unwavering support for Irish Guide Dogs for the Blind, with students organizing fundraising activities such as raffles and a cake sale. Their dedicated efforts resulted in an impressive total of €1022.55 raised.

Guide Dog Day highlighted the important role played by trainers like Eimear Kenneally, who enable therapy dogs to provide invaluable assistance to those in need. Our students wholeheartedly embraced the occasion, demonstrating their commitment by organizing engaging fundraisers to encourage community participation.

The students’ hard work did not go unnoticed, as they successfully collected a significant sum of €1022.55. This achievement is a testament to their unwavering dedication to making a positive impact in their community.

The funds raised will greatly support Irish Guide Dogs for the Blind in their mission to provide guide dogs and essential services to visually impaired individuals. Each contribution from the students has played a pivotal role in transforming lives and empowering those who require assistance.

The success of the fundraising campaign is a testament to the community’s unwavering dedication to the cause and their appreciation for Eimear Kenneally’s training of Nala and Clair Breen’s continuous support.

The students and the entire community extend their sincerest thanks to all individuals involved in the fundraising efforts. Their generosity and support have made a tangible difference in the lives of those who rely on the services of Irish Guide Dogs for the Blind.



Darkness Into Light 2023, the annual walking event and fundraiser, brought hope and unity to Ireland on Saturday, May 6th.

At 4:15am, participants walked or ran 5km to meet the sunrise, symbolising the end of darkness and the promise of a brighter tomorrow.

Since its inception in 2009 with just 400 participants, the event has grown to over 150,000 each year, providing a powerful opportunity for people to support their community and those affected by suicide.

This year, Canon Campion and members of his Chapel Committee joined in the beautiful morning event, moved by the uplifting music and the collective spirit of hope and healing.

Congratulations to all the organizers and participants who made this event a success!

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