Mocks Exams Timetables for all year groups, for all exam days 14th February until 11th March.…
On Monday 21st January, in conjunction with the Student Council, the students of CCS were asked for their opinion about whether social media has contributed to an increase in bullying in schools.
The results were collated and showed that an overwhelming majority of the student body - 65% - felt that yes…
Students who wish to complete the Gaisce Bronze or Silver Awards in 2019 must download the GDPR and Parental Consent forms and have them completed by a parent / guardian as appropriate. The relevant Record Sheet should also be used on an ongoing basis.…
The Board of Management invites applications from suitably qualified persons who wish to be considered for
Substitute Teaching Positions
...at Seanan McColgan's Fitness Suite. On Tuesday, 12th March the senior soccer panel arrived at Seanan's in style, kitted out in the new and hugely popular training tops. Many thanks to SMC Health & Fitness for his kind sponsorship. School representation always starts with the uniform, and the team agree that this is a serious piece of kit. With the actual kit still in production, thanks to Taste of India Take Away (Carndonagh), there's no doubt that prep for this final, the third in four years, is already at full tilt. Thanks again to Brennan's Pharmacy Carndonagh for their gift of a First Aid kit, which has become an annual contribution at this stage! More to come...
Wellbeing Week took place in Carndonagh Community School from Monday 11th to Friday 15th February 2019 and was marked by a number of activities throughout the week. The five ways to wellbeing were used as the main theme for the various activities.
CONNECT, GIVE, TAKE NOTICE, KEEP LEARNING, BE ACTIVE
Student Council Representatives addressed students with various messages over the school intercom daily. Events varied from ‘Random Acts of Kindness’ for 3rd year students and staff, talks for senior students, a ‘PositiviTEA' party for all 1st years as well as a ‘Mindful Mile’ walk for all 2nd year students. A Spinning Bike challenge was organised by Mr. Sam Bogan as part of Schools Go Orange. SPHE teachers also centred their lessons around Wellbeing. A number of classes participated in artwork for displays around the school as well as creating a beautiful Wellbeing Frame for photos! Staff and students were also able to listen to a number of CCS musicians perform during lunchtime.
Our MARCH theme for the Camera Club photo competition is...
VEHICLES / MACHINES
All pupils /staff welcome to enter. Looking forward to seeing your best shots of tractors, engines, cars, quads, bikes or any machinery!
The deadline is the 31st of March 2019. Three photos maximum!
Prizes on offer!
Match report courtesy of www.faischools.ie
CCS 4-3 St. Louis CS
Corey McBride (39), Luke Rudden (49), Kieran Farren (85 pen), Fionn McClure (89)
Jack O’Connor (9, 24), Mark Byrne (22)
An exciting and tense encounter was played out in the Showgrounds, Sligo Rovers FC this afternoon as Carndonagh Community School came from three goals down to take the win 4-3 from a dejected St. Louis CS, Kiltimagh with only a minute remaining.
The Connacht Champions had a whirlwind start to the big clash which saw them three one up at the interval but a purple patch from the Donegal stronghold late on saw them clinch the victory.
Gaisce Bronze / Silver Awards 2019 (Info Pack)
Students who wish to complete the Gaisce Bronze or Silver Awards in 2019 must study all the information contained in the "Information and Downloads" link below.
School can make a substantial contribution to the health and well-being of the whole school community. Schools for health in Ireland provides a framework for a school to assess health needs and begin a process of working towards better health for all who learn and work within the school setting.