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"Whenever you read a good book, somewhere in the world a door opens to allow in more light."

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FairTradeSchoolCCS has been designated a Fair Trade School! Ms. Nabla McGeehin would like to thank all the pupils and staff for their efforts. Together we made it happen!

Thanks to the CSPE and SPHE teachers for showing the various videos, to Marie and the canteen staff and Dessie in the Coffee Dock, who made the switch to Fair Trade. Thanks to Michael Doherty for making the switch in the Maths building, to Tina in the Tuckshop, and to all in the Special Needs staff room for doing likewise. Thanks to Management, all the individual teachers, SNAs, and secretarial and ancillary staff who are now opting for Fair Trade, from bananas, to tea, coffee and chocolate. Well done everyone.

Four TYA girls were instrumental in this venture and did much of the work. They are - Cliona Ivers, Lydia Johnson, Aoife Doherty and Emma Doherty. Thanks also to the TYs who delivered PowerPoint presentations to local primary school pupils and to all the TY pupils who made and sold all the Fair Trade goodies over FT fortnight!

2015 Junior Certificate Art Practical Exams

Drawing / Ordinary Level (EV) Click Here[156KB]

Drawing / Higher Level (EV) Click Here[173KB]

 

2015 Leaving Certificate Art Practical Exams

Life Sketching / Ordinary Level (EV) Click Here [156KB]

Imaginative Composition / Higher Level (EV) Click Here [120KB]

Craftwork / Higher Level (EV) Click Here [35KB]

Design / Ordinary Level (EV) Click Here [163KB]

Design / Higher Level (EV) Click Here [194KB]

Imaginative Composition / Ordinary Level (EV) Click Here [36KB]

Craftwork / Ordinary Level (EV) Click Here [120KB]

Life Sketching / Higher Level (EV) Click Here [176KB]

Read DL Jack Leddy

Thursday, 26th March was a very special evening for one of our First Year students who was awarded a prize at the closing ceremony of Read DL. Jack Leddy was first runner-up in a creative writing competition organised by The Read DL Initiative. Students in the participating secondary schools across Donegal were invited to write a short story on the theme "You can't blend in when you were born to stand out". Jack's story won the silver medal!

Two others students from CCS entered and whilst they were not awarded a prize, their stories were fantastic also. The entries are here for you to read. Enjoy.

Read DL Short Stories

Read DL Jack Leddy

Thursday, 26th March was a very special evening for one of our First Year students who was awarded a prize at the closing ceremony of Read DL. Jack Leddy was first runner-up in a creative writing competition organised by The Read DL Initiative. Students in the participating secondary schools across Donegal were invited to write a short story on the theme "You can't blend in when you were born to stand out". Jack's story won the silver medal!

Two others students from CCS entered and whilst they were not awarded a prize, their stories were fantastic also. The entries are here for you to read. Enjoy.

Read DL Short Stories

Congratulations to the winners of the First Year Safer Internet and Anti-Cyber Bullying Poetry Competition. The anti-cyber bullying team, assisted by Mr. Brian McLoughlin, found it very difficult to narrow the poems down to a winning shortlist. All were excellent and the judges were surprised by the effort and time spent on the poetry. The winners were: Catherine Callaghan (1C); Laura McLaughlin (1H); Tony Keyes (1H); Rachel McDaid (1H); Ailbhe McLaughlin (1H); Chloe Kelly (1C); Mary Kate Kelly (1G); Eadaoin Doherty (1C) and Róisin Toland (1C). Thank you to all pupils who submitted a poem. Happy Easter!

Junk Kouture 2015CCS has a history of high standards in the recycled fashion competition, Junk Kouture, and this year is no different. Ten dresses were designed and made and all ten got through the first round of the competition, taking them to the much anticipated Northern Region Finals. It was a brilliant night and all ten models represented their team and school and wore their dresses brilliantly on the catwalk in front of a packed Millennium Forum. Unfortunately, there were only twenty available places out of eighty, so not everyone got through. Amazingly, this year broke the school record and four of the dresses won a place in the Grand Final in Dublin. 'Paraboloid, Smoke and Mirrors, Plastic Fantastic and Sheer Glass were the final four from CCS. Now, the next stage is almost upon us and from 6th - 17th April, there will be online voting via Facebook. To vote, log on to Facebook, go to the Repak page, go to the link for the Junk Kouture voting page and click the heart beside each of the four dresses. You can vote once a day, every day.

Every vote counts and is much appreciated.

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