The 4.5 TY communications class took a trip to Dublin this April. We visited the Roddy Doyle writing centre called ‘Fighting Words’. The students took part in a creative writing workshop facilitated by a small group of writers and post graduate students.
Having worked in a group everyone then had the opportunity to write their own piece and share it with the group.
It was a great experience for all and hopefully will have inspired some budding writers of the future!!
38 of our fourth and fifth year students spent a few days of their Easter holidays in Killarney as part of their Gaisce Challenges.
Both groups climbed Mangerton on friday, saturday 12th of April and just the fifth years climbed Carrauntohill on sunday 13th of April for their respective bronze and silver adventure challenges.
Well done to all students who took part.
On 9th April our second years did a Fun Walk in aid of The Mercy Hospital Foundation and in memory of their friend Danny Crowley. The lads raised €5385, well done to all
Munster Champions! On Wed 26th March, the CCS Junior Ladies Football team were crowned Munster champions after a hard fought game held in Glanworth GAA. They beat St Anne’s of Tipperary Town on a score line of 4-8 to 5-3. Ellen Twomey collected the cup on behalf of her elated teammates and Isobelle O Regan was awarded player of the match. Well done to the team and their Coach.
All-Ireland Champions!!! A huge congratulations to our U16 boys basketball team who defeated St. Joseph’s of Drogheda 53-51 in a pulsating game of basketball. St. Joseph’s had previously been unbeaten all season and well done to them for a great game! But CCS are now All-Ireland winners. Well done to all involved. You’ve done yourselves, family, school and community proud!
German and CSPE have become the latest departments in CCS to launch their own subject sites.
They will contain some news, useful tips and resources for CCS students of German and CSPE across all year groups.
Young Scientists receive Highly Commended ribbon.
Congratulations to our young scientists who received a highly commended ribbon in the BT Young Scientist competition held in Dublin recently.
Their project entitled ” Ireland- A pessimistic nation? ” looked at Ireland’s attitudes to things such as the future of our country, emigration, employment prospects and many other issues.
Well done to all involved.
Click the links below to download the presentations
The boys from Carrigaline put on an impressive show at the weekend when the u16 team travelled to Colaiste Iognaid in Salthill for the All Ireland Quarter Final tournament.
They beat teams from Galway (Cloaiste Iognaid) Letirim (CS Mohill), and Dublin (St. Vincents) in 3 very exciting and closely fought games.
They were a credit to the school, their parents and themselves, representing Carrigaline Community School wonderfully.
A massive thanks to the coaching staff, the Transition Year assistants and all the parents who travelled to Galway to support.
Best of luck to all involved in the All Ireland Semi Final in March.