After School Clubs

April 28, 2024
After School Clubs Term 4 - 2024

   Monday – Football with Mr McGinley

Monday 22nd April – Girls

Wednesday 24th April – Football Festival 6

Monday 29th April – Girls

Tuesday 30th April – Boys

Tuesday 7th May – Boys

Monday 13th May – Girls

Tuesday 14th May – Boys

Monday 20th May – Girls (SELECTED FOR FINALS ONLY)

Tuesday 21st May – Boys (SELECTED FOR FINALS ONLY)

Tuesday 28th May – Girls & Boys (SELECTED FOR FINALS ONLY)

Wednesday 29th May – FINALS DAY

Monday 3rd June – P6 Boys (trial 1)

Monday 10th June 2024 – P6 Boys (trial 2)


Tuesday – Netball with Miss Russell  (Miss Russell is a course Tuesday 7th May so Netball will be on Thursday 9th instead) Primary 6 only.

Thursday 9th May.

Tuesday 14th, 21st, 28th May and Final Session Tuesday 4th June 2024

Wednesday – Choir with Mrs Sim (P5-7)

Wednesday 1st, 8th, 15th, 22nd and 29th May

Wednesday 5th and 12th June 2024


Badminton with Miss Linskey

Wednesday 8th May – P6

Wednesday 22nd May – P7

Wednesday 29th May – P6

Wednesday 5th June – P7

Wednesday 12th June 2024 – Tournament.  Arrangements to follow.

Thursday – Athletics with Mr Wyatt. 

Choir with Mrs Sim (P4 Taster Sessions)

Thursday 9th, 16th, 23rd and 30th May.



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Parents can complete enrolment forms for August 2023 from week beginning 9th January 2023. This is an online process that must be completed through South Lanarkshire Council’s website ( and search for infant enrolment 2023. Within two weeks of you completing the form, St. Kenneth’s Primary will e-mail you to confirm we have received your child’s enrolment form. If you do not receive an email by 24th January ’23 please telephone our school office on 01355 224741. If you are intending to defer your child’s entry into school, you are still required to complete an enrolment form at this time and indicate this on the form.


St. Kenneth’s Primary will have an open afternoon on Wednesday 11th January 2023 between 2pm and 5pm for anyone wishing to see around our school or find out more information about St. Kenneth’s.


After School Clubs

After School Clubs

About St Kenneth’s Primary School

St Kenneth’s Primary School is situated in West Mains area of East Kilbride. We are a large school with over 500 pupils and have a Nursery within the school as well.
Our new building was opened in 2010 on the same grounds as the original school.

Welcome from the Head Teacher

We are delighted that you have chosen St Kenneth’s to share the responsibility of educating your child. When young children begin school life they are eager to grasp many new experiences and one of our aims is to preserve this attitude of pleasure and excitement in learning, so that each child will become a successful learner, confident individual, responsible citizen and an effective contributor.

St Kenneth’s is a vibrant and happy learning environment where we aim to provide a stimulating education for your child that takes into account his/her intellectual, spiritual, physical, emotional and social development. It is our intention to make school a nurturing and supportive place where your child will develop a desire to further the learning process through encouragement of a positive approach to education, the provision of an appropriate, balanced curriculum and by offering opportunities to exercise qualities of co-operation, responsibility and initiative. An awareness of their duties and responsibilities as future citizens is fostered through developing a sense of equal opportunities and social justice.

Through working in partnership with parents, staff, children and the local and wider communities, we can help each child at St Kenneth’s to reach the highest measure of success that he/she is capable, and recognise, develop and celebrate their strengths and skills.

Dave Adams
Head Teacher

Your Child Deserves The Very Best in Primary Education

Your Child Deserves The Very Best in Primary Education

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