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Uniform details

The school uniform is outlined below.

General uniform description

  • The uniform at Lucan Community College consists of a black jumper with the college crest, and a red/grey/black striped tie.
  • The school coat is black with an embroidered school crest logo. This coat must be worn while travelling to and from school and can also be worn in the school building. Non-school coats will be confiscated within the school grounds
  • Girls wear these with a white shirt, grey/black/red plaid kilt and black socks or tights.
  • Boys wear these with grey trousers, a grey shirt and grey socks (proper uniform socks, NOT shoe liners/invisible socks).
  • Black shoes, either leather or leatherette (fake leather), must be worn everyday by students as part of the school uniform. The shoe must be completely black – this includes the sole, upper and laces. No visible logo is allowed on the shoe. The nature of our school building and Irish weather necessitates this rule.
  • Students partaking in P.E. must wear the college tracksuit and white t-shirt/polo shirt. Students wear any colour runners (not including astro runners) suitable for multi-sports.
  • The PE uniform is only worn when PE is scheduled on the timetable for students. Time is given before and after class to get changed – it cannot be worn for the day.
  • Scarfs and hats must match the colour of our uniform (black) and cannot be worn in class.

GIRL’S UNIFORM

  • Kilt (must reach below the knee)
  • College jumper
  • College tie
  • Crested tracksuit top for PE
  • Light school raincoat or fleece-lined school coat (Students must have a school coat)
  • White shirt
  • Black tights/socks
  • Black shoes
  • Plain white T-shirt/polo shirt for PE
  • Plain black tracksuit bottoms with no logos or stripes (no leggings or sports tights)
  • Any colour runners (not including astro runners) suitable for sport
  • Scarfs/hats and other headgear should be in keeping with school uniform

BOY’S UNIFORM

  • Grey trousers
  • College Jumper
  • College Tie
  • Crested tracksuit top for PE
  • Light school raincoat or fleece-lined school coat (Students must have a school coat)
  • Grey shirt
  • Black shoes
  • Grey socks (proper uniform socks, NOT show liners /invisible socks)
  • Plain white T-shirt/polo shirt for PE
  • Plain black tracksuit bottoms with no logos or stripes (no leggings or sports tights)
  • Any colour runners (not including astro runners) suitable for sport
  • Scarfs/hats and other headgear should be in keeping with school uniform

SCHOOL SHOES

Black shoes, either leather or leatherette (fake leather), must be worn everyday by students as part of the school uniform. The shoe must be completely black – this includes the sole, upper and laces. No visible logo is allowed on the shoe. The nature of our school building and Irish weather necessitates this rule.

The following shoes are not permitted:

  • Canvas runner shoes (Converse, Vans, etc)
  • Fabric runners of any kind (Nike, Adidas, etc)
  • Shoes/runners with lighter colour or white soles)
  • Boots of any kind

SCHOOL COAT

  • The school coat is black with an embroidered school crest logo. This coat must be worn while travelling to and from school and can also be worn in the school building.
  • Non-school coats will be confiscated within the school grounds

In addition to the official school uniform the college has expectations in relation to the personal presentation of students.

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Lucan Community College’s Parents Association will host their first meeting of the new school year on the 5th September at 7.30pm. The Parents Association would love to use the occasion of this first meeting to welcome new members, whether your children are in the college already or if they are new students to us.

The Parents Association is great way to get involved in school life, get to know other parents and contribute in a voluntary capacity. As always, the College would like to thank the Parents Association for their continued work over the years and look forward to working closely with them again over the coming year.
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