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CCS Leads the Way in Fashion

Trash 'n' Fashion 2018

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Students from Carndonagh Community School are celebrating their success at the Trash ‘n’ Fashion competition which was held in Letterkenny in May. Trash ‘n’ Fashion is a competition open to all second level students to recycle and reuse old trash into wearable art. Speaking after the final, Miss Michelle McGee said "We are absolutely delighted to have won the overall completion, and also to win in 3 of the 5 categories."

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Weekly Maths Puzzle - Puzzle 24 (Sponsored by Banba!)

BanbaHave a go at the following puzzle to win yourself a voucher for a hot chocolate and a tray bake in the delicious Café Banba!! Answers (including name and class) to be posted in the answer box at the Coffee Dock.

Weekly Maths Puzzle 21st May

Junior Pupils Go Back in Time with UAFP

Ulster American CCS Trip

On Wednesday, 16th May, nineteen students from 2nd and 3rd year went to the Ulster American Folk Park on an educational trip. The lucky students were transported back in time to experience the lives and journeys of Irish people during the Famine. They watched the work of a blacksmith and boarded the reconstructed 'Brig Union' ship to imagine the journey from Ireland to America during the 1800s. Most students agreed they were more appreciative of their homes and modes of transport today, although the hearth cooked scone bread went down a treat! A great time was shared by all.

ECO UNESCO / SciFest

Young Environmentalist CCS 2

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Congratulations and best of luck to Joseph Farren, Paul Shields & Fionn Bowyer who are through to the ECO UNESCO Young Environmentalist Awards Final in Dublin, 22nd May. Their project is entitled "Bee Good". "Flower Power" made it to the ECO UNESCO Young Environmentalist Awards semi-final.

CCS also had success to celebrate at SciFest 2018 in LYIT. Holly McLaughlin & Molly Gorman won the "Junior Life Science Award" with a project entitled "Is Sharing Really Caring?" Aine Monagle, Grainne Monagle & Amy McGonigle won the "Intel Award" for their project "Fruit of the Future."

Something fishy going on in the Criminal Courts of Justice!

National Mock Trial 2018

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A much pared down team of only nine pupils represented CCS in the qualifying heats of the 2018 National Mock Trial competition in the Criminal Courts of Justice on Saturday, 21st April. Every team had to prepare for three trials. CCS had to argue both sides of a case called the People v Pat Plaice, about an aptly named fast food restaurant and shop owner called Gabriel Codd who was allegedly robbed by the equally aptly named defendant, Pat Plaice. We were the defence team in our other case, the People v Francis Cara, the defendant being accused of petrol-bombing the home of his girlfriend's parents. All in a day's work for the CCS legal eagles!

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