LIATROIM FONTENOY'S CUP FINAL 2019
(U16 ‘B’ CAMOGIE)
St Colm’s Draperstown 2-6
St Killian’s Garron Tower 1-7
In line with government guidelines, CCMS staff will work from home over the coming weeks. Please contact staff individually by phone or email. Staff emails are available here. I would like to take this opportunity to thank our school leaders, staff and communities for the work undertaken and the compassion shown for learners and their families at this most unprecedented of times. The CCMS team will continue to work closely with you and support you in the weeks ahead.
Congratulations to St. Colm’s High School, Draperstown, on their fabulous production of Oliver!
Holy Cross Primary School, Kilkeel have collected a fantastic 55 shoeboxes boxes, which were passed onto Blythswood Shoebox Appeal on Friday 22nd November. These boxes will be distributed to Eastern Europe to those in need this Christmas. A massive thank you to everyone who put together a box of presents. These gifts are really treasured by those who receive them.
St Mary’s High School, Downpatrick were honoured today to host the BBC recording of mass for the first Sunday in Advent. It was broadcast on Sunday 1st December 2019, at approximately 10.15am on Radio Ulster.
It was broadcast shortly after the event.
The photograph shows some scenes from the presentation of our schools ‘Buddy Bench’ by the guys from Colin Partnership Men’s Shed and the Change Starts with US event. This was presented at our Key Stage 2 assembly that was led by our Anti-Bullying Ambassadors based on the theme ‘Change Starts with US’. The bench will take pride of place in our playground and anyone who is feeling sad, worried or lonely can sit on the bench and one of our playground ‘buddies’ will come and speak with them. This was a lovely gesture from the Men’s Shed and will make a genuine difference to the children of Christ the Redeemer Primary School.
The Christian Brothers’ Primary School in Armagh held their annual Principal Awards recently with special guest, Mr Gerry Campbell (CCMS Chief Executive) presenting the awards. Pupils received ‘Gold’ and ‘Headteacher Awards’ for improvements in Spelling, Reading, Literacy and Numeracy. The pupils and staff were delighted to meet Mr Campbell and he received a warm welcome from everyone in the school.