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Creative Word Competition Winners

Creative Word June 20

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Well done to the winners of our Creative Word Competition.

1st prize - Jasmine Glackin 3rd Yr "Smile". 
Joint 2nd prize - Patrycja Dudek 5th Yr "It will be okay" and Rebecca McColgan 1st Yr "Together".
3rd prize - Sarah McDaid 1st Yr, "Family".

Your prizes are on the way to you! Thank you everyone who entered. 1st prize-€20 voucher for Claire the Baker's; 2nd & 3rd Prize-€10 voucher for Doherty’s Shop (for ice cream and treats).

Art Students Get Creative in Lockdown

Pupils all over the country have been finding their creative streak in the quiet of lockdown. Inspirational quotes have been a fact of life recently, with a few suggesting that "passing the time is an art form". Some of our pupil have viewed it from a different perspective, using the time to create art. Check out the selection of amazing work from some of our CCS Art Students. Thanks to Mrs McDermott's and Ms McGee's classes.

Success for CCS at Súile na nÓg Exhibition

Suile Na Nog 2019

Súile na nÓg Exhibition photo album

Congratulations to all our talented students whose Junior Certificate art work featured in this year's Súile na nÓg exhibition. A very well done to Aaron Curley who was selected as the winning Ordinary Level project by the Art Teachers Association of Donegal. A very well deserved prize winner. The exhibition of work is a fantastic way of showing off the amazing talents the students possess, and a great way to recognise the tremendous effort and hard work the students have put in all year long. This work will be on show until November 2nd in the Regional Cultural Centre, Letterkenny.

Súile Na nÓg Annual Junior Certificate Exhibition

Suile Na Nog Art 2018

Súile Na nÓg Annual Exhibition photo album

Congratulations to the students whose work has been selected by the Donegal branch of the Art Teachers Association of Ireland for the Annual Súile Na nÓg Exhibition at the Regional Cultural Centre, Letterkenny. Special congratulations to Laura Doherty whose Junior Cert Art project was selected as the winning Higher Level Project.

The exhibition of work is a fantastic way of showing off the amazing talents the students possess, and a great way to recognise the tremendous effort and hard work the students have put in all year long. The exhibition is open to the public, runs until Saturday 24th November and features work from Junior Cert and Leaving Cert students from throughout the county.

CCS Leads the Way in Fashion

Trash 'n' Fashion 2018

PHOTO ALBUM - Trash 'n' Fashion 2018

Students from Carndonagh Community School are celebrating their success at the Trash ‘n’ Fashion competition which was held in Letterkenny in May. Trash ‘n’ Fashion is a competition open to all second level students to recycle and reuse old trash into wearable art. Speaking after the final, Miss Michelle McGee said "We are absolutely delighted to have won the overall completion, and also to win in 3 of the 5 categories."

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Niall Kelly's Fashion Comeback (to CCS)...

Past-pupil, Niall Kelly, recently visited CCS Art Department to give students an insight into studying fashion design at University. He also discussed his recent success at being selected as Student Judge for Bank of Irelands Junk Kouture. The students were more than impressed with Niall's achievements and we hope to see his unique creations on the catwalks of London, Milan and Paris very soon!

Fashion Niall Kelly

Niall Kelly CCS