Have 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.
The Carndonagh Community School Calendar will adhere to the DES school closures below, but will also carry details of all events, activities and school closures particular to CCS. Parents, teachers and pupils should note that the DES has approved school closures to enable planning for the introduction of Junior Cycle…
The results are in from our annual World Book Day post-its...
The top 10 books as recommended by CCS students are:
1. The Harry Potter series - JK Rowling
2. Of Mice and Men - John Steinbeck
3. To Kill A Mockingbird - Harper Lee
4. Girl Online - Zoe Sugg
5. Diary of a Wimpy Kid - Jeff McKinney
6. The Outsiders - S.E. Hinton
7. Wonder - R.J. Palacio
8. Goodnight Mr. Tom - Michelle Magorian
9. Holes - Louis Sachar
10. The Hunger Games - Suzanne Collins
1. JK Rowling
2. John Steinbeck
3. Michael Morpurgo
4. Harper Lee
5. David Walliams
Obliterate - To wipe out; delete. (12th March)
You may be forgiven for looking twice at the photograph. It wasn't taken today or yesterday. The youngsters in the photo (including Mr. Joe Higgins and Mr. John Farren) represented CCS in the now infamous Ulster Vocational Schools Championship Final in 1996. (Ask your uncles about that one!) Twenty-two years later, CCS are back in the final, once again marshalled by Mr. Farren. It's a superb reflection on the current crop considering that CCS no longer has the robust skills of Eastern Inishowen to call upon these days! This year's semi-final was a remarkable game that Mr. Farren describes below. Everyone at CCS wishes the lads all the best in the final. Do it for the boys of '96...
Gaisce Bronze / Silver Awards 2017-18 (Info Pack)
Students who wish to complete the Gaisce Bronze or Silver Awards in 2017-18 must do the following FIVE things...
School can make a substantial contribution to the health and well-being of the whole school community. Schools for health in Ireland provides a framework for a school to assess health needs and begin a process of working towards better health for all who learn and work within the school setting.