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Success for CCS at Trash 'n' Fashion

Trash n Fashion 2016

Trash 'n' Fashion Final photo album

Well done to all our students who participated in the Trash ‘n’ Fashion Competition in aid of Jigsaw on 19th May in Mount Errigal Hotel.

Commander of Elegance – Claire Doherty 4D, Amy Callaghan 4C and Emma Gill 4A.

Opulent – Michelle Grant 4F, Holly Moore TY and Shannon McKinley TY.

Vision – Catherine Devlin 4G, Emma Doherty 4D and Dylan Butter 4E.

Double Denim – Shauna Doherty 4B.

Lady Rebellion – Shauna Doherty 4B, Rachel McLaughlin 4D and Conor Devlin 4H.

The Gladiator – Carrie Bonner-McLaughlin 4D, Sophie McWeeney 4A, Sarah Streete 4H and Seanan Doherty 4G.

Bannón na Blathanna – Caoilinn Diver 4D.

Dimensions – Niall Kelly 4E and Lauryn Meehan 4B.

Azure – Jennifer Hirrell 4E, Hannah Doherty 4H and Niamh Moyne 4D.

Roseau Tisser – Ellen Owens 4E.

Bouclé – Niall Kelly 4E, Julie Quinn 4E and Grainne Doherty 4D.

The following teams featured on the Grand Final Runway - Commander of Elegance, Opulent, Vision, Roseau Tisser, Dimensions and Azure, with Niall Kelly, Julie Quinn and Grainne Doherty crowned overall winners of Trash ‘n’ Fashion 2016 with their dress “Bouclé”. It was an amazing night for the pupils and the school. The pupils were exemplary and their performances were outstanding.

John Doherty Memorial Walk 2016

John Doherty Memorial Walk 2016

On Thursday, 19th May, staff members headed for Glenevin Waterfall and the Annual John Doherty Memorial Walk. The weather didn't permit a tour of the Urris Lakes, but the waterfall was no less of a spectacle. Over €500 was raised for charity among the staffrooms. Many thanks to all members of staff who participated and contributed. We continue to remember John Doherty as a colleague, friend and avid hillwalker.

Matthew Duffy, Donegal Junior Bake-off Champion 2016

Matthew Duffy Bake off 2016Congratulations to 5th year pupil, Matthew Duffy who won the 'Great Donegal Junior Bake Competition' on Friday, 20th May. The competition took place in the Highlands Hotel in Glenties in association with Paul Kelly, celebrity chef from the Great Irish Bake-off. As part of his prize, Matthew will spend a day with Paul Kelly in the 5-star Merrion Hotel in Dublin where he will get to see first-hand the workings of a professional pastry chef. Sweet!

Softball a Big Hit with Transition Years

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TY Softball photo album

Softball - a cross between rounders and baseball...But when it's played by 50+ TY pupils, it's a different game altogether. The TY PE groups, marshalled by Mr. Spencer and Mr. Bogan, were recently introduced to the great American pastime. While the rules were implemented loosely, and the number of players on the field was marginally high, there's no doubt that Softball is here to stay. Huge entertainment value!...The TYs LOVED it. But they couldn't have loved it more than their coaches, who took every opportunity to get in the game. Softball is now an integral part of the TY PE programme. It was originally introduced as a gesture towards our Sister City friends in St. Charles (St. Louis), Missouri. Who knew it would catch on? Sure, most of the key rules may never be used, but that doesn't mean it ain't FUN! Thanks to Jim "Coach" O'Dell from St. Charles for the actual softball...which isn't soft at all...With the first swing of the Little League bat, the Carndonagh Cardinals were born!

Matthew in the Mix at Junior Bake-off

MatthewDuffyOn Friday, 20th May 2016, Matthew Duffy will represent the school in the Great Donegal Junior Bake-off in association with Paul Kelly of the Great Irish Bake-off. The event takes place in the Highlands Hotel, Glenties. We would like to take this opportunity to wish Matthew every success in the competition.

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Check out the cakes close-up...

Fourth Years Visit The National Gallery & The National Museum

Gallery Museum 2016

National Gallery / National Museum Fourth Year Trip photo album

On Tuesday, 3rd May, Fourth Year Art pupils visited both the National Gallery and the National Museum in Dublin. Despite some disruption in the National Gallery due to the highly anticipated Da Vinci Exhibition, the pupils were treated to an impressive display of fine Irish and European works. In the National Museum, the pupils got a close-up view of Ireland's most impressive archaeological finds. The experience of both the Gallery and the Museum will be of significance when the Leaving Cert finally arrives, so the notebooks and clipboards were out in numbers. Overall, it was an enjoyable and educational afternoon for the pupils. The trip was coordinated by Mrs. McDermott and Ms. McGee.