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Aontas Project May 2020
During these uncertain and uneasy times of remote teaching, learning and living, we would like you, our school community, to reach out to each other virtually.
To support our school ethos of Aontas and each other, we are asking you to send a picture or short video to email@example.com by Monday 18th May 2020. Please see the YouTube video below as an example of what we could do.
We think we can do bigger and better! Looking for positivity and creativity.
During these uncertain and uneasy times of remote learning during school closure Covid-19, the staff of Scoil Mhuire made this short video to remind their students to stay positive. Music credit …
We hope everyone and their family is doing well and had a relaxing Easter holidays.
As always, we want to remind you about the importance of being active during this time to not only help your physical well-being but your mental well-being also.
We are here to set you all a new CHALLENGE! This challenge is keeping within our daily 2km radius of our home and again remembering to practice social distancing when outside.
- We want you to send us evidence of your steps/the distance you have walked/run/crawled!
- We will then add all of these steps together to see how far in Ireland/The World we have travelled.
- We will run a little competition between tutor classes, year groups and staff vs students (staff have been training 😉).
So, every time you go for your walk or run, screen shot your fitness app, fitbit, health app on phone or whatever device you have counting your steps/distance and email the picture to:
1st Years firstname.lastname@example.org
2nd Years email@example.com
3rd Years firstname.lastname@example.org
4TH Years email@example.com
5th Years firstname.lastname@example.org
6th Years email@example.com
We will be sending out updates at the end of each week to see who is traveling the furthest and how far as a school we will go.
Remember, 30 minutes of physical activity each day will help you to focus, study better and remain healthy. Please keep sending in your pictures of any physical activity you are doing and they will go on the website.
Thanks, and we look forward to seeing how far LucanCC can travel in the world without getting in a car or on a plane.
The PE Dept 😁
PROFESSIONALS Starts Tuesday 25th Feb. 4-6 pm.
If you wish to register for one or more evenings the link for professionals is here to book
PARENTS Starts Tuesday 25th Feb. 7-9 pm
The link for one or more evenings for parents is book here
From today we will be extending the invitation to all schools and parents in the area. Please feel free to share this with anybody you think may be interested.
There is no cost to this course.
We held our annual school collection for the local St. Vincent de Paul Society again this festive period raising more than €1700 for those in need.
Christmas can be a difficult time for many in our community and we have been lucky to have been able to support the great work of our local St Vincent de Paul.
In fact this December marks 34 years of Lucan Community College, its families, students and staff, of support for SVP in the community. A most sincere thank you to all our school community for supporting the great work of St Vincent de Paul.
A huge thank you to Ms Ryan, Ms Mulhern and Ms Walsh and our college prefect team for their hard work in organizing the collection.
Kieran McBride, president of the St Patricks Lucan conference of St Vincent de Paul was present during our Christmas concert to accept the monies raised.
Christmas came early last Thursday night with a night of fabulous festive cheer as part of our now infamous Christmas Carol Concert.
There wasn’t a seat left in the house for our Lucan CC Carol service as we gathered as a school community, past and present, to celebrate the true spirit of Christmas.
And what could be more pure than to be present on a cold December evening for a celebration of readings, dancing and singing.
The whole LCC community are immensely proud of all our wonderful student performers, the full school choir, past pupils, the LCC Trad group and the orchestra.
Thank you to Ms Conway and her team of merry teacher helpers (front of stage and backstage!) who worked so hard to bring this special event together.
We are officially in festive mode as we revel in the amazing talent on show in our annual Christmas Concert on Wednesday 19th of December. The Christmas Concert has rightly become a firm highlight of the school calendar and this year certainly did not disappoint. The magical event featured the pure beauty of the best of student talent mixed with festive musical fare.
Particular highlights on the night included the full school choir singing of O Come Emmanuel with Jessica Essien performing the solo Mary did you know. Darragh O’Gorman, Jamila Khan and Isabelle Hughes almost brought the house down with their stirring version of O Holy Night. The traditional instruments roared into life as they accompanied Declan Fahy dancing on We Three Kings. The Christmas spirit was truly present during Oisin O’Sullivan’s reading of The Truce accompanied by a haunting choral performance in both German and English of Silent Night/Stille Nacht. Have yourself a Merry Little Christmas by Sarah Murphy was brought to life with an incredible interpretative dance by the talented Sheik Bah. The night was finally rounded off in style with Olivia Walsh and Patrick Quinn’s version of Fairytale of New York again accompanied by orchestra, traditional band and full choir as a tour de force of musical talent.
All through the evening’s performance the full Lucan CC school choir sang out each one of their festive numbers with passion and yuletide energy. In truth every single performance sparkled. Thanks to Ms Conway and every teacher involved in the planning and delivery of the concert for making the night such a special occasion.
However the biggest thanks must go to each and every student who played a part in bringing the magic of Christmas to life. This was a Christmas experience that will never be forgotten by those lucky enough to be in attendance.