Curragh Community College

Uniforms, Transport and Book Rental.

School Transport

The school does not provide transport to students. However below are links to some information on buses that do service the school area. You will need to make contact directly to confirm access for your area and in certain cases that there are places available.

School Uniform

Junior students

- Simple, not expensive, grey trousers or knee length skirt.

- Navy blue, knitted jumper with school crest.

- Light blue shirt.

Senior students

- Simple, not expensive, grey trousers or knee length skirt.

- Teal blue, knitted jumper with school crest.

- White shirt.

· All students to wear polishable brown, navy or black, flat shoes or dubes.

· Leggings, hoodies, cords, jeans, logos, stripes, team shirts, tracksuit bottoms, boots and runners are not acceptable.

· Students who wish to do so may purchase and wear in class, on cold days, a school crested fleece. Other jackets, jumpers, hoodies etc. are not permitted to be worn in class.

· On days when students have PE, they may come to school in their PE gear. All students in 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 5th year and Transition Year are required to wear the navy and teal school crested tracksuit top, navy school crested tracksuit bottoms and school crested T-shirt. 6th LCA students are welcome to buy the tracksuit if they wish, however they should wear appropriate clothing for PE. Leggings, jeans, shorts and tracksuit bottoms with logos are not acceptable.

· Students representing the school at sporting events should wear their uniform to school. They should, at the time nominated by the teacher involved, change into the relevant sports gear, which they should change out of and back into their uniform before returning to class.

· The uniform must be worn appropriately.

The school will arrange a mobile shop to attend the school grounds during the summer (usually mid-August) alternatively you can view / purchase the items on their website

Book Rental Scheme

We operate a book rental scheme in the school. This means that in 1st Year there is a book rental fee of €150.00, and this covers all the textbook requirements for the 3 years of the Junior Certificate cycle (1st, 2nd, and 3rd year)

These books will be given to students by their teachers when they return to school in September.

Regarding stationary requirements, each teacher will inform the students of the stationary requirements per subject in September, so for the first few days of school a notebook and pen is all that is required.

Additional Contributions

There is a fee of €50.00 each year and this covers insurance, school journal, photocopting and locker.

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Mc Swiney Road,
Co. Kildare.
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