Cork and Munster Colleges Champions 2010/’11 Carrigaline CS 0-17 St. Declan’s, Kilmacthomas 0-12 CARRIGALINE CS led from pillar to post in claiming the Munster Colleges Senior Hurling ‘C’ title at Ardmore on March 9th. Last week they went home empty handed after losing the ‘B’ football final replay to Abbey CBS but there was no […]
Congratulations to Abdullah Mohammed, 4th Year, on his wonderful achievement of winning a gold medal in the Junior section of the Computer Programming Olympiad 2011, part of the Irish Sciences Olympiad, held at Dublin City University on Saturday 19th March.
1st Year and 6th Year classes were presented with their Principal’s Awards for Spring 2011, on Tuesday 15th March. Students were recognised for their contribution to school life, their behaviour in class and towards others around them, their sharing of talents and their achievements during the year. To achieve an award, students must receive at least […]
Mr. Cahill’s 2nd Year History class, class Fergal, recently took part in a video conference with Cutler Elementary school in New Hampshire in the United States. Thanks to the Pfizer Foundation, who provided funding for several schools associated with Pfizer sites to aquire videoconferencing equipment, CCS was presented with a Polycom videoconferencing system. Ms Beth Audette of Cutler school, […]
Ms Godsell’s 2nd Year Science class recently had the unique experience of taking part in a Forensic Science class at CCS. The students had great fun finding various items hidden in sand boxes, using forensic science techniques. There was wonderfull excitement in the classroom as the students checked and logged the objects they discovered and […]
Congratulations to the hurlers of CCS, managed by Mr. Looney, who won their Cork Colleges hurling final in Ardmore last week. The students beat St. Declan’s of Kilmacthomas to claim victory. Well done lads! The students are pictured below during the post-match celebrations
Carrigaline Community School had recent success in Athletics, with several students successful at a Munster level. A further 3 students went on to represent at an International level. Well done to all students who participated. Some photos of the participating students available below.
The Cobh & Harbour Chamber of Commerce Language Competition 2011 took place recently in Cobh. A number of 6th year students represented the school in Irish, German and French. Congratulations to Diarmuid Hickey who won first prize for Irish. Pictured below are the students who took part in the competition.