Pupils

Spinning for Niall

Spinning for Niall will take place on Friday, 24th January in CCS Sports Hall from 9.30am to 9.30pm. Pupils are asked to fill in the form below to register a team for the event. (All team members must be CCS pupils). Places are limited to 30 teams and each team must have a minimum of 12 pupils.

https://forms.gle/huqn6xdiHyrJQA1k9

Spinning for Niall

 

College Awareness Week 2019

College Awareness Week 2019

College Awareness Week photo album

College Awareness Week 2019 took place in schools and colleges across the country from the 18th to 22nd November. A number of other events took place in CCS this week to mark College Awareness Week.

These included...

  • 6th year CCS students had the opportunity to attend LYIT Open Day on Thursday, 21 November.
  • ‘Where did our teachers study?’ signs for all teachers doors. 
  • A wonderful ‘Who Went Where?’ display showing the destinations all our 6th years pupils from 2019.
  • An art competition for Junior Year groups ‘Jobs on the line.’
  • A ‘Look at some of our other jobs’ display showcasing some of the other jobs CCS teachers have had in the past.
  • For our word of the week this week we also had a CAW theme - with apprenticeship being the word of the week!

#CAW2019 #lyitopenday19

Stand Up for LGBTI+ Awareness Day - Friday, 15th November

LGBTI+ Awareness Day 2019 CCS

LGBTI+ Awareness Day photo album

pdfStand Up! Resource Pack

This is Stand Up Week!...And Friday 15th November was LGBTI+ Awareness Day. The theme for this national event was "No one would have to come out if everyone chose to come in." School uniform jumpers were swapped for all the colours of the rainbow. CCS continues to fully embrace LGBTI+ pupils, typified by the outpouring of colour on Friday. Thanks to all pupils and staff involved.

You Can Be a H.E.R.O

Attendance Hero CCSAt the start of the year we launched our attendance initiative, the H.E.R.O campaign amongst our first year classes. Our aim is to encourage our pupils from the beginning to be Here Every day, Ready and On time. Good attendance is so important to their progress in school and studies have proven over the years that, those who attend well, do better in all aspects of school life. At the end of each month, all first years who fulfil the above criteria will have their names entered into a raffle. In each class there will be one HERO of the month drawn at random. These students will receive a voucher for the canteen or tuck shop in school. At the end of each term then, all first years who have shown themselves to be HEROes will be entered into a draw for a prize e.g A family trip to the cinema or a voucher for a family meal out. These prizes will be awarded at an assembly. Every month, students get a fresh start to be the HERO of the month for their class. Good luck everyone!

Junior Cert Results Day 2019

JC Results CCS

Junior Cert Results Day photo album

Mr. Colm Doherty made a return to the head of the class (for one day only) on Friday, 4th October for Junior Cert Results Day. Mr. Doherty congratulated the pupils on their results, while reminding them that results day is just a snapshot in time. What happens next is just as important. So keep at it! He also insisted that pupils take care during celebrations and look after each other as well as themselves. Thanks to Ms. Marie Therese Doherty (HSCL) for the cookies and capri suns. It was a nice way to end the week.