Transition Year

Transition Year Third Space Programme Application

thirdspaceThird Space is a project supported through €3.99m of EU funding under the European Union's Peace IV programme, managed by the Special EU Programmes Body (SEUPB,

We are very fortunate to have the Third Space Project on board again this year. The team delivered a successful programme last year with all our TY students and focused on areas such as Teamwork, Healthy Lifestyles, Personal Developmemt, Prejudice and Discrimination, video production etc. The team developed a close bond with all the students and they became an added feature to CCS.

In order for TY students to avail of the project in 2020/21, parents/guardians must fill in the forms where necessary (standard PEACE form for all) and return to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. by 14th August 2020.

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PLEASE NOTE: It may not be possible to complete the forms on a mobile phone as Microsoft Word is required. It will be necessary to click "Enable Editing" (top of documents) in order to make them accessible. This is also the case for printing.

Transition Year Mentor Programme - Application Form

Mentor TY 1st Year

Incoming TY pupils can now apply to become mentors for incoming First Year pupils. The first few months of secondary school can be a daunting time. TYs can help guide first years in a very meaningful way by offering support, advice or a listening ear. To put yourself forward for this important responsibility, please click the link below and complete the form.

TY Mentor Application Form 2020-2021

Introducing Timmy & Bloom, TY Mascots for 2020

TY Mascots 2020

The competition has ended to name the TY Mascots. Say hello to Timmy & Bloom! The cute lambs belong to Chaylee Greene TYC and Danny Mc Laughlin TYD. Thanks to everyone who participated and suggested a name.

Amy's Book of Irish Traditions Reaches NFTE Semi-Final

Amy McGonigle

Congratulations to Amy McGonigle TY, who recently reached the semi-final of the Foróige NFTE Enterprise Competition with her book - Twelve Months of Irish Traditions & Superstitions. The book is available for purchase at: Sinéad’s Creations & Newsagents; Centra Clonmany; Clonmany Post Office; McKenna’s Centra Buncrana; St. Columbcille Village Clonmany. All proceeds go to St.Columbcille Village/High Support Unit in Clonmany.

The following Derry Journal article tells the full story...

READ 'Grandfather and granddaughter join forces for book on Irish traditions and superstitions'