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School Improvement Plan 2015

School Improvement Plan 2013

School Development Plan 2012

Mission Statement

Our school is a community of learning in an environment of respect and commitment. All who live in our area are welcome to participate in our learning experience in an atmosphere of openness and inclusion. We embrace the future.

Framework for Development

Our commitment is to place Teaching and Learning at the heart of the school community and to facilitate and foster lifelong learning within the wider community.

Our commitment is to enhance the self esteem of all our students by realising their learning potential. Within this context, we believe cocurricular and extra-curricular activities and positive behaviour management are essential to the life and well being of our school.

Our commitment is to a school where the Continuing Professional Development (CPD) of all teachers is facilitated and nurtured through school initiatives and Departmental in-services and training.

Our commitment is to create a school capable of engaging in the dynamics of continuous improvement and to foster among our students, in co-operation with parents and guardians, a set of moral values and principles which will guide them now and into their adult lives.

Our commitment is to expand our inter-school network in both the primary and secondary sector by cooperating on matters of mutual benefit in both curricular and extra curricular areas.

Latest News

Open Day 2017 -A great success!

Open Day 2017 -A great success!

Castlecomer High hosted it's first Open Day for prospective pupils on Thursday 29th April 2017. We had a fantastic response and were delighted to welcome nearly 280 pupils from local,...

All-Ireland Winners Visit CCS

All-Ireland Winners Visit CCS

  All-Ireland Winners at CCS It was great to welcome members of  the Senior and Intermediate All-Ireland winning camogie squads to CCS last week, and especially to welcome back three...

3rd Green Flag

3rd Green Flag

Castlecomer Community School's  3rd Green Flag. Pictured getting the flag are Mrs Lalor and Mr Clarke. Also pictured from our Green School Committee are Danielle Moore and Darragh Ryan. An Taisce awarded the...

1916 Emailatale Competition

1916 Emailatale Competition

As part of our 1916 commemorations our latest Emailatale competition was on the theme of 1916 and the format was broadened to take in various interpretations of the theme. The...

Whole School Evaluation

Whole School Evaluation

After the Whole School Evaluation last October, the final report hads arrived and is available to read here. I am sure you will agree that it shows the excellent work...

Opening of New Running Track

Opening of New Running Track

Castlecomer Community School launched its new running track on the 10th of March 2015. The school has invested €530,000 in completely renovating its sporting facilities (the bottom pitch, top pitch,...

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Buy a Brick!

buy a brick

Over two hundred names were entered into our bumper Christmas draw as a thank you to those who had supported our latest fund raising venture. The prize winners and prizes are listed below. All the prizes were donated by local businesses, and many local businesses have also bought a brick. The full list can be viewed here. Please make every effort to support them as they have supported us.

We are edging closer to getting the community sports facilities finished, but there is still more needs to be done. If you have not yet done so, please consider buying a brick and encouraging others to do so.

‘Buy a Brick’ Christmas Raffle Results

  1. Weekend for two to the Academy Hotel, Dublin including 1 evening meal – Ciaran Coady
  2. Round of golf for 4 at Castlecomer Golf Club including 4 lunches – Helen and James Breen
  3. €100 Eurospar Voucher – P.J. and Christine Shore
  4. €100 Eurospar Voucher – John Holland (Holland & Condon)
  5. 2 tickets to Rebecca Storm – TY Enterprise
  6. Dillon’s Hamper – Sean and Ann Cahill
  7. G’s Gourmet Jams Hamper – John Paul Phelan
  8. Country Market Hamper – G’s Gourmet Jams
  9. Sharon & Jackie’s Hairdressers Gift Set – Caitlin Conway
  10. Afternoon Tea Biscuits – Liam and Deirdre Mooney
  11. G’s Jam Gift Bag – Eamonn Costello
  12. Hamper from Tommy Hickson Supervalu  – Anne and John Dowd
  13. Tom Coogan Bottles of Wine – Ted Browne

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