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Leaving Certificate 2021

Dear Class of 2021 ,well done on your fantastic results today. We wish you well as we say goodbye to you from Cashel Community School. We hope that you fulfil your dreams, challenge everything that life throws at you and fulfil your destiny. Everyone needs something to aim for. You can call it a challenge, or you can call it a goal. It is what makes us human. It was challenges that took us through these past number of years. As you move on from CCS, remember there’s not a star in heaven you can’t reach…you just have to keep inquiring and exploring, searching and creating. The book is yours to write. Never give up! We wish the Class of 2021 the very best of luck and thank you all for your contribution to Cashel Community School. Don't be a stranger we will always be your school. Best wishes Mr Gallagher

Candidate Information Guide to Results and Appeals

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Leaving Certificate 2021

Leaving Certificate results for 2021 are due for issue directly to candidates through the Candidate Self Service Portal at 10am on Friday 3 September. In any subject where a candidate sat the examination and opted to receive Accredited Grades, they will be credited with the better of the two results. Candidates will be able to access the Candidate Self- Service Portal here on the day of the results, Friday 3 September. Please note that the school have no details of students access codes and passwords for this portal. Please visit the portal for assistance if your student has forgotten their login details. Cashel Community School has always provided an important role in offering guidance and support to Leaving Certificate students on results day. Support to students will be available on the day. Students may come to the school if they wish at a scheduled time, to meet with members of the Student Support Team such as Guidance Counsellors, Year Heads, Tutors and Chaplains. Please contact the school office if you require an appointment. These planned interactions with students are intended to support wellbeing and to discuss future education and career options. There should be no discussions about school estimated percentage marks submitted as part of the Accredited Grades process.