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Hi all,
In order to facilitate Teaching and Learning we are using Google classroom, which as you are aware we have been using regularly over the past number of years. Below is a video explaining how to use Google classroom.

If you click on the image it will bring you to a list of sites that our teachers recommend that students use.
Parents can also have a browse through these if you want to see what your child can access and also if you want to support their learning.

The Department of Education and Skills’ NEPS psychologists have developed advice and some resources for young people to manage and stay well when schools are closed. This can be accessed here  


Dear Parent /Guardian and Students,
I hope all is well with you and your family as we continue to adapt to this strange new reality.

Like you, we are juggling working from home and managing our families during this challenging time. I hope you are managing to keep a routine going and encouraging your sons/daughters to engage with online learning while maintaining a balance in their lives. More than ever routine, eating healthily, exercising and  having relaxation time will help us through.

Currently the schools are closed until after the Easter break but, realistically it is very likely we will be teaching remotely for some time to come. To help us get a picture of  how this is going we are surveying students, parents and teachers. We will use your feedback to inform how we do things over the next few weeks.

We encourage students to take a break over the period of the Easter holidays and if the schools are not open we will resume online teaching on the 20th of April. Exam students should continue with their revision over the break but build in some significant down time also.

We are aware that for many families circumstances have changed in recent weeks. We still have a limited School Meals grant that we are using to provide a small weekly food hamper to some families in our school community.  If this would be of benefit to any of  you please let us know at info@phcol.ie. This will be treated in a strictly confidential manner.

Please stay in touch, keep an eye on the school website, Twitter and Instagram for daily updates.

Above all take care and look after one another.
Best wishes,
Caroline Herity

Welcome to the Piper’s Hill College website

We hope it will give you a good sense of our active, vibrant learning community, and of the outstanding, inclusive education we offer.
Our broad curriculum caters for the needs of each individual student. We are the only school in Naas offering all Junior and Senior Cycle Programmes and, we strive to ensure students engage in programmes where they  reach their full potential.

Our academic results are excellent and our 3 Guidance Teachers ensure there are clear pathways to further and higher education for each student.
Our facilities are first class and we offer a broad range of extra curricular activities to ensure our students thrive.
Our highly committed teaching staff support students in every aspect of life and empower each to reach their full potential.

We are a student centered school and our commitment to each individual student ensures that Piper’s Hill College is a happy place to learn.

Our aim is, in partnership with the parents and guardians of our students, to develop independent, confident, enquiring young people who reach their full potential and leave Piper’s Hill College with the knowledge, skills and attitudes they require to excel in the 21st century.

Attention Parents/Guardians of fifth and sixth year students
Please see letter relating to important changes to GDPR legislation, here. A copy of the letter has been emailed to fifth and sixth year parents.