History  
     
 

Field Trip to rathRathregan National School was established in 1957.  We will celebrate our 60th year educating the children of Meath in 2017.

The ráth after which the school is named, and which our school crest features, is walking distance from the school in a field adjacent to the now defunct Batterstown Train Station.

A ráth was a ringfort on top of a hill. The Celts originally built the fort from wood, and the Normans later rebuilt a stone stronghold on the same site.

Pictured right, students on a field trip to the rath.