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Revised Mock Exam Dates

Dear Parents/Guardians,

Please note that the scheduled dates for the 3rd and 6th Year Mock examinations as per our school calendar have been rescheduled to take place from January 31st to 11th February 2022. We have been informed by the company that supplies the mock examinations papers that they will not be released in time for our original scheduled dates. 

Kind Regards,

LCC
Supervised study for 5th and 6th years will be commencing next week. Details are below and parents can sign up and pay on the school website.
Places will be limited.
 
5 euro per week

12 week term - parents need to pay for the term

Tuesday , Wednesday & Thursday 3.45 -5.15 pm

Starting November 17th until February 17th

Book Lists and Suppliers 2021/22

BOOKLISTS BY YEAR GROUP FOR ACADEMIC YEAR 2021-2022:

*Please note that books/ e-books can be purchased from any supplier and then uploaded to publisher apps on student iPads using book code.

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1st YEAR 2021-2022 BOOKLIST     

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2nd YEAR 2021-2022 BOOKLIST

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3rd YEAR 2021-2022 BOOKLIST

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TRANSITION YEAR 2021-2022 BOOKLIST

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5th YEAR 2021-2022 BOOKLIST

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6th YEAR 2021-2022 BOOKLIST

SCHOOL CODE FOR WRIGGLE STORE : 64020664

Follow link to renew device management licence -Required for continued iPad use at Senior Cycle.

https://www.wriggle.ie/OnlineStoreLogin

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CLICK HERE - Wriggle Senior Cycle Device Management & Support

-Links to BOOKHAVEN.ie (by year group) are below - Books/e-books no longer purchased through WRIGGLE as in previous years.

BOOKHAVEN ONLINE BOOK STORE – CLICK HERE

LCC Teacher wins Award from AWS

A huge congratulations to our very own Oide Karen Hickey who has won Coding Teacher of the Year from Amazon Web Services.
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Phased return to school confirmed by Dept of Education

The Department of Education have confirmed a return of in-school teaching and learning for 6th Year Students commencing Monday, 1 March 2021.

- For full article see education.ie

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Building on the return to school in recent weeks of children in special schools and in special classes at primary and post-primary level, the Government has decided on a phased return of students to in-school education.

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These further phases have been developed in close collaboration with education stakeholders and follow ongoing engagement with the Department of Health and Public Health, HSE.

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The Department of Health and the HSE have reaffirmed that schools in themselves are low risk environments and that a gradual phased reopening can occur at this time. Public health has reviewed the measures put in place to ensure safe operation of schools and is satisfied that these infection prevention and control measures, if rigorously adhered to, will keep the school community safe during this period. They emphasise that all measures must be followed carefully by students, staff and parents.

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There will be a period of time between each phase to assess the impact of reopening on aspects of community transmission.

On Monday 1 March the first four class groups at primary level – junior and senior infants, first and second class – and final year Leaving Certificate students will return to in-school provision. This phase will also see a return to full attendance for children in special schools, as well as children in early start pre-school classes and early intervention special classes for children with autism or hearing impairment.

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Monday 15 March is the target date for the return to in-school provision of the rest of primary school children – third to sixth class, and fifth year Leaving Certificate students. This date will be reviewed during the period following 1 March.

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Monday 12 April, following the Easter break is the target date for the return to in-school education of the rest of post-primary students – first to fourth year students.

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Remote teaching and learning provision for students in each category will cease once in-school provision commences for each group of students.

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CLICK TO READ MORE at EDUCATION.IE

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LATEST TRAVEL ADVICE - CLICK HERE - Its is essential to follow all PUBLIC HEALTH & DFA Guidelines in relation to travel restrictions and isolation following international travel.

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BACK TO SCHOOL COVID 19 SAFETY ADVICE FOR PARENTS AND STUDENTS - CLICK HERE

 

We look forward to welcoming back our LCC 6th Year students as per timetable from 8.30a.m on Monday 1st March.

The 6th Year Care Team will be in contact with students and parents in the coming days with further information.