HSCL

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!

Home School Community Liaison

My name is Marie-Therese Doherty and I am the Home School Community Liaison Co-ordinator (HSCL) . My role here in CCS is to support you as parents/guardians to help your child get the most out of his/her education. Please feel free to contact me at any time if you need my support, if an issue arises or if you just want to have a chat. You are welcome to meet with me here in the school or, if you’d prefer, I’d be more than happy to come out to your home.
So far we have run courses for parents on Maths (for homework help) and Baking (for fun). Both of which have been very successful. We hold these in our Parents’ Room here in CCS which is in room 405 (located upstairs in the old Tech building at the bottom of the campus). We plan to run these and various others in the coming months so stay tuned for upcoming courses which may be of interest to you! Have a peek at our Parental Courses Survey and let us know if there’s anything there that you’d like to take part in. 

Parental Survey - https://goo.gl/forms/TZbXbVYavWutFPVH3

On a separate note, we’d like to make you aware of the fact that the Parents’ Room is open for your use in the mornings. Feel free to call in for a tea or coffee. You can come in by yourself, or with other parents. And if you’d like to talk to me, just call me!

Thank you,

Marie-Therese

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