The North Inishowen School Completion Programme invites applications for the part-time (30 Hours per week) fixed term position of Project Worker at Carndonagh Community School from October 2019 to 30th August 2020, dependent upon funding.
Application by CV and cover letter to Marie Therese McDaid, Co-ordinator, North Inishowen School Completion…
The Board of Management invites applications from suitably qualified persons who wish to be considered for
Substitute Teaching Positions
STANDARD OPERATING PROCEDURES - OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH SERVICE FOR TEACHERS AND SPECIAL NEEDS ASSISTANTS
Circular 0025/2018 - SICK LEAVE SCHEME FOR TEACHERS - CHANGES TO THE CRITICAL ILLNESS PROVISIONS (CIP) FROM 31st MARCH, 2018
Circular 0075/2015 - JOB SHARING SCHEME FOR REGISTERED TEACHERS IN RECOGNISED PRIMARY AND POST-PRIMARY SCHOOLS
Circular 0010/2011 - CAREER BREAK SCHEME FOR REGISTERED TEACHERS IN RECOGNISED PRIMARY AND POST-PRIMARY SCHOOLS
Circular 0060/2009 - REVISED PROCEDURES IN RELATION TO PROFESSIONAL COMPETENCE ISSUES AND GENERAL DISCIPLINARY MATTERS IN PRIMARY/POST PRIMARY SCHOOLS
Circular 0107/2006 - SECONDMENT OF A TEACHER TO ANOTHER EMPLOYER
Policy Updates (July 2019)
Data Protection (23rd May 2019)
DOWNLOAD Parental Leave Form
Smoke-free Workplace Policy (Amended 2nd December 2016)
Protected Disclosure PolicyCritical Incident Policy/Plan (17th December 2015)
Literacy Week 7th-10th May
With World Book Day on during the Mocks this year, the English department held a number of activities during the course of four days instead. One of these involved speed booking. TYF and TYC were speed dating with books. The aim of this was to spend two minutes with a partner explaining their chosen book and trying to encourage them to read that book. The timer would buzz after two minutes and each person had to move on to the next person and repeat the process. There was some great discussion about books in general. 71% said the speed booking exercise encouraged them to read more. That's a promising figure!
It was a proud night for the TYs on Tuesday, 21st May as they were presented with their certificates at the end of year presentations. A trip down memory lane caused a few tears and a chorus of "Can we repeat TY?" The TYs showcased their work over the year, decorating the Aras with Junk Kouture dresses, wooden ornaments, and artistic artifacts fashioned over the last nine months. They finished with their own rendition of Riptide and The Fields of Athenry on ukuleles, which they admitted they'd been practicing quite a lot less than the performance suggested. The wee guitars went down a blast! Thanks to all pupils and staff involved in Transition Year for a wonderful year.
What a year! The pupils showcased their time in TY through a celebration of dance on Sunday 19th and Monday 20th May. 'Dancing to the Musicals' provided a platform for the TYs to apply their dancing moves and skills and they all rocked the Aras on both nights. Well done everyone.
Well done to the four teams - Acero, Cerasus, Bad and Boujee and Aphrodite – who represented CCS at the Junk Kouture Grand Final in Dublin, 2nd May. Their performances were outstanding! Congratulations to Acero who won the Glamour Prize on the night.
Acero - Aisling Doherty (model) Keelan Doherty and Kelsey McLaughlin
Aphrodite - Anais Doherty (model), Demi Donaghy and Sally Matthews
Bad and Boujee - Katie Doherty (model) and Aimee Porter
Cerasus - Amanda Duncan (model), Shaunah Ivers, Megan Doherty and Laura Doherty
Keep up to date with everything that’s happening in CCS at our new Twitter page - @carndonaghcs.
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.