• Seagate Smart City Awards - “Smood”

    Seagate Smart City Awards - “Smood”

    Emma McCloskey, Caoimhe Murray, Ciara Harkin and Demi Donaghy from TY, all took part in the ‘Seagate Smart City’ competition in St Mary’s College in Derry on Monday the 8th of April. The girls won the competition with their idea ‘Smood’, which is a student mood detector in the school which aims to combat mental health issues. Well done to Read More
  • Girls Soccer - Same Old CCS, Always Winning!

    Girls Soccer - Same Old CCS, Always Winning!

    The 1st year girls recently advanced to the Ulster Final after a hard-fought comeback victory vs Loreto Letterkenny (2-1). They will play either Loreto Milford or Scoil Mhuire Buncrana in the final. Match report: In a tight affair, Loreto Letterkenny started much the stronger. CCS were put under sustained pressure and after a scramble in the box, a Loreto player toe-poked the Read More
  • VEX Robotics Competition 2019

    VEX Robotics Competition 2019

    On Friday 29th April, CCS students took part in the VEX Robotics Competition held in LYIT. Nine schools from Donegal took part, with twelve teams in total as two schools had teams entered with robots sponsored by FinTech companies. There were twenty-four matches in the heat stage which CCS won! Sadly, CCS were knocked out in the semi-final by a crafty Read More
  • Weekly Calendar

    Weekly Calendar

    April Weekly Calendar - Monday, 8th April Read More
  • Camera Club - April Theme - PEOPLE

    Camera Club - April Theme - PEOPLE

    Our APRIL theme for the Camera Club photo competition is… People! All pupils / staff are welcome to enter. The deadline is 30th April 2019. Three photos maximum. Prizes on offer! You need to give your name, class and a title for each photo as you enter them please. Staff entries are judged separately. On your Google Drive, share your favourite photos that suit Read More
  • Donegal IMTA Competition

    Donegal IMTA Competition

    The Maths Department would again like to congratulate Ciara Gilmore and Alisha O’Connor on winning joint-first in the IMTA Donegal Junior Maths Competition 2018. Cormac McLaughlin 1D and Jenna Gallagher 1F took part in this year's event in Stranorlar on Friday, 29th March. Details to follow... Read More
  • Role of Social Media in Cyberbullying - Survey Results & Safe Tips

    Role of Social Media in Cyberbullying - Survey Results & Safe Tips

    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 it had. DOWNLOAD - Seven Top Tips to help keep your Read More
  • Annual Calendar 2018-2019

    Annual Calendar 2018-2019

    Annual Calendar 2018-2019 (Amended 26th March) Please note that the Annual Calendar is subject to change on an ongoing basis.  Read More
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Fair Trade School

Fairtrade
Carndonagh Community School has been designated a Fair Trade School. Ms. Nabla McGeehin would like to thank all the pupils and staff for their efforts. Together we made it happen!

Gaisce

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.

Information and Downloads

3D School Map

3D CCS Map
First Year pupils and new members of staff need no longer wander the corridors in wonder, with the help of this handy 3D map of CCS!

Weekly Maths Puzzle Competition

CCS Recommended Reading

Exchange Programmes

Exchanges
Carndonagh Community School has an association with several schools overseas. Take a look at our growing list of foreign friends in Europe and beyond.
American  |  French  |  Spanish

Health Promoting Schools

HealthPromotingSchools

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.

Health Promoting Schools