As the motto of our school, “AONTAS‟ – “Unity‟, suggests, we strive to ensure that a strong spirit of community is established. This can only be achieved if everyone feels safe and free from intimidation and bullying in their school environment.
Lucan Community College recently revised its anti-bullying policy in line with National Guidelines and operates a strong anti-bullying programme through the Social Personal and Health Education (SPHE) programme and at whole school level.
Principal Diane Birnie 'introducing Lucan CC' at our information night for parents of incoming students 2020/21. Thanks to the staff and students that contributed on the night especially Gabriele Vitkauskaite and Temi Gbenle. @LccAssoc @ddletb @LearningLucanCC
Excellent numbers again at our early morning training session. The hard work is paying off as we had great success at the indoor athletics competition at the outstanding NIA, Abbotstown today #activelearning #LucanCC #keepupthetraining
We would like to thank all of our students who participated in #Write4Rights during #HumanRightsDay back in December. Great to see that there are so many young people in our school community who have an interest in these campaigns which are calling out for justice.