It is hoped that a group of photography enthusiasts across all years can come together every
few weeks to develop their interest and skills in all things photography related including some fun field trips as well.New members are welcome, regardless of level of experience and knowledge.
You don’t need to have a big fancy expensive camera, you can start with a good Smart phone camera and go
The club will meet on selected Wednesdays after school in the M5.
Health week 2015 took place from November 9th – 14th and was a great success.
Many great activities took place over the week, here are a few photos from the week:
Health week activities such as zumba, staff v students soccer, table tennis and a 4th year flash mob.
Healthy ‘food dude’ creations.
Guest Chef and Retailer from Ó Crualaoí Butchers, Carrigaline gave cookery demonstrations to the students.
Some students take part in blind food tasking activities.
Our inaugural CCS Literacy Week entitled “Read All About It” was a huge success and lots of fun!!!
The students from CCS participating in the Glohealth Munster Schools Combined Events Championships in Nenagh Indoor Stadium on Wednesday 14th October.
Congratulations and well done to all who participated.
This years Junior Camogie team that will play in the Munster Schools competition over the coming weeks.
Well done to the Senior Girls Camogie team who had a great win against Presentation, Waterford, with a scoreline of CCS 3.15. Pres. Waterford 1.4
CCS now go on to play Cashel Community School in the next round.
As part of this years Maths week on Wednesday October 14th some 1st, 2nd and third year students from CCS attended a Maths week event entitled ‘Math-a-magic show’ with Fernando Blasco, a visiting Maths Professor from Madrid, Spain. The students had great fun learning some magic tricks with calendars, cards, ropes and bar codes based on mathematical patterns.
The students also got to visit Blackrock Castle Observatory planetarium and view an exhibition there.
On Friday 16th Oct our 4th years were busy raising funds for the Mercy Hospital Foundation.
On Thurs 17th September all 5th year students attended a Day of Reflection in 3 different retreat centres around Cork: Nano Nagle Centre in Mallow, Scala in Blackrock & Ennismore, St. Lukes Cross.
During this day students participated in various activities including group work, discussions, meditation & Tai chi. The purpose of the day was to provide students with an opportunity to reflect on life, to relax and to discuss important life issues whilst mixing & bonding as a new year group.
Some photos our students who participated in the GLOHEALTH South Munster Schools Track and Field Championships in C.I.T. in May, congratulations and well done to all those who participated.