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Hairspray – the Musical!!!

hairspray1We can finally say we have our cast together for our first ever school musical in Luttrellstown Community College!  On Friday 12th September a special assembly was called for the whole school to introduce the cast for the first time.  The excitement and energy in the G.P. area was something else!  As cast members were called out they were cheered on and congratulated by their fellow school mates.  These really are exciting times for Luttrellstown Community College with rehearsals starting straight away for the big show on 16th, 17th & 18th of December.

We can’t wait to showcase our wonderful, talented students of Luttrellstown Community College.  Make sure you get your tickets fast when they are released as they’re going to sell out!!

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Luttrellstown Rising Star!!

peter_pan“Peter Pan is this year’s Gaiety Christmas Panto!

For the first time ever at the iconic Dublin theatre, soar to Neverland with Tinkerbell, Wendy, Captain Hook, Smee, Nana and all the crew at this year’s panto – Peter Pan!

Wendy Darling tells bedtime stories to her brothers John and Michael of swashbuckling swordplay with the formidable pirate leader Captain Hook, and the heroics of the playful Peter Pan. The Darling children soon become the heroes of an even greater story when Peter Pan himself flies into their nursery one night and leads them over moonlit rooftops to the mysterious kingdom of Neverland!” (The Gaiety Theatre – 2014)

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IOI 2014 by Aaron Hoffman

The 26th International Olympiad in Informatics (IOI) was held on the distant island of Taiwan. Organised yearly, it is the most prestigious programming competition for secondary school students in the world. It involves solving problems algorithmic in nature.

I started my journey to the IOI back in February, when I won the Irish national competition, the AIPO (http://aipo.computing.dcu.ie). This lead me on to a three day training camp/selection contest at the end of June in DCU, where the final four for the Irish team were chosen. The competition was tough, but I managed to qualify for the Olympiad.

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Excitement with the roll out of the I-pad Initiative in Luttrellstown Community College

140-students140 first-year students at Luttrellstown Community College in Dublin were the latest to receive the Wriggle 1:1 mobile learning kit that enables students to use mobile devices, such as iPads, to do their school work and replace traditional text books with digital books.

“We live in a digital age and school leaders, teachers and parents are quickly realising the benefits of integrating technology into teaching and learning,” said Beryl Furlong, director of education at Wriggle. “It is particularly important now in light of the new JCSA (Junior Cycle Student Award)curriculum, which will place significant emphasis on digital technology.”

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Priomhoide Welcome

download-nuachtFáilte go Nuacht Coláiste Pobail Baile Lotrail, LCC’s latest newsletter to celebrate an amazing year. We waited four years to enter this wonderful new building, we knew the transition to our permanent site would enrich the learning of our students and it has. The additional facilities and high standard of resources allow teaching and learning to help every kind of learner in our school community. As Principal of Luttrellstown Community College my aim is to continuously develop the college as a centre of learning with the highest standards. As a school community we encourage the development of all the abilities of our students in a supportive atmosphere. Our students have made us very proud, their talents and initiative have astounded us as teachers and parents.

Enjoy reading about the many events and activities our students and staff have engaged in this year, in and out of the class room. The journey ahead is an exciting and challenging one! The start of our iPad initiative next year is a unique opportunity for teachers, parents and students to participate in the development of a modern new college that pursues educational excellence in a caring and inclusive environment. We look forward to 2014/15 as the year we celebrate the completion of a full cycle in LCC from 1st to 6th Years. A team is working on our community celebration and we will be in touch with you in September to invite you to celebrate this special year. Ní neart go cur le chéile. Ar aghaidh linn!

Is mise, Le meas,

Fionnuala Ní Chaisil
Príomh Oide

 
Student Calendar for 2014/15

New Time Table 8.30am start. Tutor time to 8.38am.
Morning Class starts 8.40am-9.20am 9.20am-10.00am 10.00am-10.40am
Sos /Break 10.40am-11.00am
Class 11.00am-11.40am 11.40am-12.20pm
Lón/Lunch 12.20pm -1.00pm.
Afternoon Class 1.00pm-1.40pm 1.40pm -2.20pm 2.20pm-3.00pm

Monday weekly Tutor Time 3.00pm-3.30pm
Supervised study Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday 3.15pm to 5.15pm
All Parent Teacher Meetings 4.15pm to 6.45pm

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LCC 2015/2016 Application Form

 

 

Luttrellstown Community College will offer places to all applicants in Area A who are in a local feeder school and who place LCC number 1 as their first preference. See admissions policy for all other enrolment criteria. Please return application forms by 26th September 4.00pm. Any forms received after this date will be placed on a Late Waiting List.

 

Please click the links below to download a pdf of the required documents

LCC 2015 / 2016 Application Form

LCC 2015 Admissions Policy and Procedures 

 
Our Mission Statement
Luttrellstown Community College will promote the development of the whole person. Its aim will be to create, with the assistance of parents, responsible citizens. The development of the whole person will be based on personal responsibility, inter-dependence, respect for people and respect for property. The College will seek to cultivate integrity, the necessary skills for life, value discipline and punctuality and facilitate the best in the academic and non-academic areas. The Board of Management will seek to inculcate a value for culture, traditions, and religious beliefs and will seek to be a  caring and compassionate community where justice and truth will be central elements