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Transition Year Forms

Transition Year involves students in Community Voluntary Work and in two fortnights of Work Experience. In order to support students seeking placements with a Voluntary Agency or seeking work experience placements, detailed information is provided to students. A copy of the relevant forms are included below:

Work Experience forms

Garda Vetting

The Vetting Act places statutory vetting obligations on school authorities and students undertaking relevant work experience or activities with children or vulnerable persons must first obtaining a vetting disclosure from the Bureau.

In light of this a vetting disclosure must be obtained by DDLETB for any student in TY or LCA who engages in work experience with children or vunerable adults.  Each student should:

This information will then be forwarded to our Head Office.

The applicant will then be invited by email (so please check your email regularly, including junk folder) to complete a Garda vetting application as soon as the attached/enclosed form is received by Head Office.  If the presenters have already been vetted by the National Vetting Bureau with another school or organisation the process should not take too long but it can take a number of weeks and so we encourage you to start the process immediately. Only a vetting procedure carried out by DDLETB, will cover an individual to work in our school. This Garda clearance is then returned to our school and kept on file. As a student you can request a copy of this form to bring to your work experience placement.

Junior Cycle Profile of Achievement – Privacy notice for parents

JCPA Privacy Notice APPENDIX A



We are delighted to announce the winners of our Reading Week Poster Competition for 2023. The standard of talent and creativity was outstanding. Well done to everyone who entered a poster. The overall winners are Ellen Birnie (Junior) and Naoise Murphy (Senior). Congratulations!

Our Second Years are thoroughly enjoying their trip to Barcelona! Thanks to Ms McKelvey and the team of teachers who have travelled with over 140 second year students to give them this fantastic opportunity. @ddletb @LccAssoc

Ryan Lally from Grá Pizza ran a great workshop today on pizza making as part of a wellbeing promotion, and also talked about setting up your own business and all about buying good Irish ingredients. Staff and students were delighted with the pizzas! #wellbeing #buyIrish @ddletb

Thank you to our Parents' Association for the fabulous Easter treats which were kindly received by the teachers of Lucan Community College. We are grateful to have a fantastic Parents' Association who do phenomenal work behind the scenes for our school community. @LccAssoc

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