Pupils and parents / guardians can find all COVID-19 related updates at the link below. Updates will be posted in chronological order with the most recent update appearing at the top.
UPDATED 25th SEPTEMBER 2020
Dyspraxia/DCD Ireland is celebrating its 25th Anniversary and will mark this special occasion by launching Dyspraxia/DCD Ireland Awareness Week 2020 on the 22nd November.
EVENT: 'Our Say in Our Schools' webinar | Date And Time: Mon, November 23, 2020 7:30PM – 8:30PM
The Irish Government has closed all schools from 6pm, Thursday, 12th March until 29th March inclusive to support efforts to contain the spread of Covid-19 (Coronavirus). From Wednesday, 18th onward, teachers will be using Google Classroom to post work/material. Students are expected to log into Google Classroom every day and engage with the material.
The following is a guide for parents / guardians on discussing Coronavirus with children / pupils. There are several sources. Please read all the information and watch the videos at the following links.
Further reading can be found at www.education.ie/covid19
The RTÉ website has a child-friendly interview with the Deputy Chief Medical Officer, Dr Ronan Glynn.
(On a mobile phone, it may be necessary to hold-down on the RTÉ weblink and open in a new tab.)
Two great wins were secured yesterday for our CCS football teams. First up were Mr Mullally's U15s with an excellent 1-0 win over St Pat's Cavan in a very tight game. Darragh Douglas got the winner early in the second half to seal qualification for the U15 Ulster Semi Final.
Next up were Mr Dermot Doherty's First Year Boys who had a rip-roaring encounter with a Deele College team that they just couldn't put away. CCS lead three times during the game, with two goals from Tiernan Ruddy and one from Nathan McDaid. But Deele kept coming back, levelling the game three times. The game finished 3-3 AET and went to penalties. CCS scored all five penalties and GK Daniel McDaid made an excellent save to put our first years through to the Ulster Semi Final. Well done to players and coaches.
The Transition Year Info Night (for Third Year pupils considering TY in September 2020) has been rescheduled for Tuesday, 10th March at 7pm.
A Review of the Child Safeguarding Statement and Risk Assessment was carried out in December 2019.
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.