Staff

Staff Policy Updates / Circular Letters (July 2019)

Circular Letters

pdfSTANDARD OPERATING PROCEDURES - OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH SERVICE FOR TEACHERS AND SPECIAL NEEDS ASSISTANTS

pdfCircular 0025/2018 - SICK LEAVE SCHEME FOR TEACHERS - CHANGES TO THE CRITICAL ILLNESS PROVISIONS (CIP) FROM 31st MARCH, 2018

pdfCircular 0075/2015JOB SHARING SCHEME FOR REGISTERED TEACHERS IN RECOGNISED PRIMARY AND POST-PRIMARY SCHOOLS

pdfCircular 0010/2011CAREER BREAK SCHEME FOR REGISTERED TEACHERS IN RECOGNISED PRIMARY AND POST-PRIMARY SCHOOLS

pdfCircular 0060/2009 - REVISED PROCEDURES IN RELATION TO PROFESSIONAL COMPETENCE ISSUES AND GENERAL DISCIPLINARY MATTERS IN PRIMARY/POST PRIMARY SCHOOLS

pdfCircular 0107/2006SECONDMENT OF A TEACHER TO ANOTHER EMPLOYER

Policy Updates (October 2019)

pdfDignity in the Workplace
pdfData Protection (23rd May 2019)
pdfDOWNLOAD Parental Leave Form
pdfParental Leave
pdfSmoke-free Workplace Policy (Amended 2nd December 2016)
pdfProtected Disclosure Policy(Approved 25th August 2016)
pdfVerbal / Physical Abuse Policy (Approved 21st January 2016)
pdfCritical Incident Policy/Plan (17th December 2015)

Junior Cert Results Day 2019

JC Results CCS

Junior Cert Results Day photo album

Mr. Colm Doherty made a return to the head of the class (for one day only) on Friday, 4th October for Junior Cert Results Day. Mr. Doherty congratulated the pupils on their results, while reminding them that results day is just a snapshot in time. What happens next is just as important. So keep at it! He also insisted that pupils take care during celebrations and look after each other as well as themselves. Thanks to Ms. Marie Therese Doherty (HSCL) for the cookies and capri suns. It was a nice way to end the week.

Paper Cups binned...Reusable Cups for Everyone!

Resuable Cups Carndonagh CS 2

The Reduce-Reuse-Recycle theme in CCS is about to step up a level with the introduction of reusable cups for every person in the school. Very soon there will be no throw-away cups available on campus, which is good news as a recent study by a group of pupils estimated that 1200 paper cups are binned every week. The school has invested in 'travel mug' style cups with lids for every pupil (and staff member who needs one). No cup, no coffee! That should ensure 100% usage. Pupils will be encouraged to wash/dry cups at home for use the following day. It's ambitious and won't be without teething problems, but if the discussion is convenience versus the environment, there can only be one winner. CCS is a Green School and will continue to take steps in the right direction. Now, would you like a nice cup of tea? Ah, go on...

Incident Report Form

The Incident Report Form can be filled in on a PC/laptop and printed out. Alternatively, the form can be printed out and filled in by hand. 

pdfIncident Report Form

Minister Joe McHugh Visits CCS

Joe McHugh CCS

Minister Joe McHugh Visits CCS photo album

On Monday 10th December the Minister for Education & Skills, Joe Mc Hugh T.D. visited the school.

He met with members of the Board of Management, members of the Student Council and Prefects and discussed the development needs of the school and the challenges faced in managing a large school with a dispersed campus.

He was presented with a copy of The Last of the Name and a hand woven tweed scarf made especially for him by Anne McGonigle of Glendowen Crafts.

He took a tour of the school and was amazed at the extent of the campus.

Afterwards he met with and talked to the 5th Year Politics & Society class, the Prefects and the Student Council.

Read more: Minister Joe McHugh Visits CCS