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GOOD LUCK to the CCS Mock Trial Team in New York

CCS Mock Trial Aras

CCS Mock Trial Team photo album

ALL THE BEST TO THE CCS MOCK TRIAL TEAM as they take on the cream of amateur law in the Empire World Championships, New York. Months and months of preparation and fundraising are finally about to be put to the test. At the risk of being prejudicial, we have great hopes for this legal team. Over the last few weeks they have fine-tuned an admirable combination of legal knowledge, sophisticated reasoning and good aul-fasheened Inishowen wit....There are no further questions...It's time!

Learning Can Be Fun at W5

Climb IT CCS

A group of 2nd & 3rd year trip students went to W5 Science Museum Belfast on Tuesday, 7th November. The students enjoyed a technology trial workshop which involved building and testing a race car. Followed by a chance to try out their climbing skills on Climb IT. A fun day was had by all!

Weekly Maths Puzzle - Puzzle 3

Weekly Maths Puzzle - Week Ending Friday, 17th November

Work out the missing symbol in the sequence?

Maths Puzzle Week 3

Fancy getting your hands on some free cake in Café Banba? Then try your hand at our weekly maths quiz and you can be scoffing while the rest are left scratching their heads.
Pop your answer in the maths quiz box, stating name, class (and of course answer!) over by the Coffee Dock. Good Luck!!!!

U15 Girls Soccer - CCS 3-0 St. Columba's

CCS U15 Girls Soccer

CCS 3-0 St Columba's photo album

Our U15 girls had their 2nd game of the season in the Ulster U15 Cup vs St Columba's Stranorlar. The girls welcomed Sophie Murphy back from injury but were missing the influential Katherine Doherty. The girls started the game excellently, pinning St Columba's back for long periods of the game and creating lots of chances. Erin McLaughlin was pulling the strings in midfield and Alaina Keogh and Jenna Harkin caused endless bother on the wings for the St Columba's full backs. The breakthrough came as Sophie Murphy finished expertly when well placed in the box. Carndonagh CS really piled on the pressure but the St Columba's keeper, who had an excellent game, kept them at bay. She made one excellent save from an Erin McLaughlin driven shot, tipping it onto the bar. The 2nd goal finally arrived when Alana Doherty ran onto a through ball and showed great composure to calmly slot it past the keeper. Carn CS were nearly caught with a sucker punch right before half time when sloppy play allowed the St Columba's 9 to run through. However, Kate McCallion showed great pace and determination to get back and make a tackle just before the number 9 pulled the trigger.

In the 2nd half Carndonagh CS played some of their best football of the season but could not find their way past the stubborn St Columba's defence. Erin McLaughlin thought she had our 3rd goal when her curling drive beat the keeper and was sailing into the far corner...only for a defender to head clear on the line. With 5 minutes to play, Erin McLaughlin finally got her goal with a neat toe-poke in off the post. The girls performed excellently throughout; they were defensively very sound, created lots of chances and will just need to ensure they take them the next day. Well done girls. The girls play local rivals Scoil Mhuire Buncrana in their next game.

TY Trip to Go-Quest Dublin

Go Quest Dublin

TY Go Quest Dublin photo album

On Thursday, 12th October all TYs had an early start to Dublin - every student on the bus by 7.45am – IMPRESSED!...Off to the Go Quest Challenge Zone they went. No major incidents on the way down (ok, apart from the downing of two bottles of some sugary drink…and you know what follows. Bus had to stop, student had to get off. Bus delayed for 15 mins.). On arrival at the Challenge Zone the students were put into teams and the teachers, aka “THE PROFESSIONALS”, formed their own team. The 28 challenge rooms were a mix of light physical, skill and mental challenges with three levels of difficulty. Room one and the teachers had brain-freeze and unfortunately never got time to recover. Well done to the 'Donegal Donkey Sanctuary' who claimed the top points. The students displayed impeccable behaviour and enthusiasm on the day.