Wellbeing

ONE GOOD SCHOOL (JIGSAW COURSE) - Self-Care for Parents & Guardians

Jigsaw2018As part of our involvement in Jigsaw’s One Good School initiative, parents/guardians are invited to complete an online 'Self-Care for Parents' course. The One Good School initiative aims to promote positive mental health and wellbeing. A link to the course can be found below. The course can only be completed on a computer/laptop. The closing date is 5pm Friday, 28th February. Thank you for taking the time to complete this course.

'Self-Care for Parents' course link:
https://jigsawonline.ie/parents-and-guardians/self-care-for-parents-and-guardians-course/

Wellbeing Week Up and Running

Wellbeing Week 2020

Wellbeing Week 2020 photos 

Wellbeing Week 2020 is up and running with random acts of kindness and poster making...TY pupils distributed sweets to Third Years to symbolise a Random Act of Kindness! Students from Ms. Michelle McGee's 5H Art class created some fantastic posters to dot around the school. There'll be plenty more happening during the week...

Seagate Smart City Awards - “Smood”

STEM 2019

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 the girls with their success!!

Wellbeing Week Review

CCS Wellbeing 2019 2

Wellbeing Week photo album

Wellbeing Week took place in Carndonagh Community School from Monday 11th to Friday 15th February 2019 and was marked by a number of activities throughout the week. The five ways to wellbeing were used as the main theme for the various activities.

CONNECT, GIVE, TAKE NOTICE, KEEP LEARNING, BE ACTIVE

Student Council Representatives addressed students with various messages over the school intercom daily. Events varied from ‘Random Acts of Kindness’ for 3rd year students and staff, talks for senior students, a ‘PositiviTEA' party for all 1st years as well as a ‘Mindful Mile’ walk for all 2nd year students. A Spinning Bike challenge was organised by Mr. Sam Bogan as part of Schools Go Orange. SPHE teachers also centred their lessons around Wellbeing. A number of classes participated in artwork for displays around the school as well as creating a beautiful Wellbeing Frame for photos! Staff and students were also able to listen to a number of CCS musicians perform during lunchtime.

Student Wellbeing Workshop (for Parents / Guardians) - Tuesday 13th November 7:30pm

As part of our on-going support for students' wellbeing, CCS are holding a 60-minute workshop in conjunction with Jigsaw for all parents/guardians interested in or concerned about young people's mental health. The workshop will take place in the Aras in the Community School on Tuesday 13th November @ 7:30pm. We look forward to seeing you there. Niall McGee, Wellbeing Coordinator

Supporting Mental Health CCS