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Admissions Policy

As Castleknock Community College continues to cater to an ever-increasing population within its catchment area, the Board of Management will review its Enrolment Procedures each year. In their examination of this review it is the aim of the Board to maintain the highest standards in terms of the quality of its educational provision and thus the total enrolment should not exceed 1100 pupils.

Download Admissions Policy & Procedures

Click to download Admissions Notice Castleknock CC 2024-2025

Download GDPR Details

Click to download GDPR Compliance Note Application & Acceptance Forms

Click to download BOMR1 review-by-Board-of-Management-Request-form

Click to download FAQ-refusal-due-to-oversubscription-appeals

Click to download FAQ Refusal due to reason other than oversubscription

Click to download Instructions for MIT Online Payments

Inter-school Transfer 2nd – 6th year

Inter-school Transfer Policy

Click to download Inter School Application Form 2024-25

Download Acknowledgement Form

Download GDPR Details

Download Admissions Notice

Click to download 2021-2024 Code of Behaviour

Catchment area Map for Castleknock Community College

Click to download Catchment-Area-Map-Castleknock-Community-College

Child Protection

Castleknock Community College is a post-primary College providing post-primary education to pupils from First Year to Leaving Certificate Year

In accordance with the requirements of the Children First Act 2015, Children First: National Guidance for the Protection and Welfare of Children 2017, the Child Protection Procedures for Primary and Post Primary Schools 2017 and Tusla Guidance on the preparation of Child Safeguarding Statements, the Board of Management of Castleknock Community College has agreed the Child Safeguarding Statement set out in this document.

Castleknock CC 2024 Child Safeguarding & Risk Assessment Report

Castleknock CC Notification of Review of Child Safety Statement January 2024 PA

Click to download Child Safeguarding Statement Checklist for Review January 2024

Click to download Important Information for Parents and Guardians in relation School Age Childcare.docx


School Self Evaluation & school Improvement Plan 2023-2024

This document records the outcomes of School Self-evaluation undertaken during the school year 2022-23 in the area of Wellbeing & Digital Planning & also includes our School Improvement Plan for 2023 – 2024

Click to download School Self Evaluation 2023-24


Homework Policy

Homework Policy

Attendance and Punctuality Policy

A meaningful education provides every student with the best possible start in life and it helps them to mature and develop into responsible young adults. The purpose of our college policy on attendance and punctuality is to encourage regular school attendance and participation in the education system. Moreover it endeavours to promote self-discipline, commitment and responsibility.

Click to download Attendance & Punctuality Policy 2022-24

CCTV Policy

The purpose of this policy is to regulate the use of CCTV and its associated technology in the monitoring of the environs of premises

Click to download DDLETB CCTV Policy Privacy Notice – October 2023

Click to download DDLETB Data Processing Policy – Oct 2023

Code of Behaviour

These guidelines are the result of staff seminars, student council feedback and parents’ seminars at Castleknock Community College as to how the Code of Behaviour should exist.

Click to download 2021-2024 Code of Behaviour

Counter-Bullying Policy

The purpose of this policy is to protect all members of our school community from being bullied (including teachers and other people working in the school, students and parents).

Castleknock CC Counter Bullying Policy 2024-25

Click to download Counter Bullying Policy Review February 2023

Critical Incident Policy

This policy seeks to address the specific needs of the College community following any traumatic event(s) in the context of the ethos of the College. This policy sets out the procedures to be followed to ensure the safety and protection of the community of Castleknock Community College in the event of a critical incident.

Click to download Critical Incident Management Policy 2023

Data Protection Policy

The College’s Data Protection Policy applies to the personal data held by the College which is protected by the Data Protection Acts 1988 and 2003.This policy sets out the manner in which personal data and sensitive personal data will be protected by the College.

Click to download DDLETB-Data-Protection-Policy-Signed

Click to download Data Protection Privacy Notice Students

Click to download Data Protection Privacy Notice Employees

Internet AUP Policy

The aim of this Internet Acceptable Use Policy (AUP) is to ensure that students will benefit from learning opportunities offered by the College’s Internet resources in a safe and effective manner.

Click to download AUP 2023 -2024

Learning & language Support Department Policy

This policy describes the principles, aims and objectives, by which the College will identify, assess and provide for students with Special Educational Needs. Special Educational Needs (SEN) can take a variety of forms, including specific learning needs, health related needs and behavioural needs.

Click to download Learning & Language Support Document 2022

Lunchtime Arrangement Policy

This policy serves to inform parents and students of their responsibilities with regard to lunchtime arrangements. This policy has been designed solely with regard to the safety of students.

Download Lunchtime-arrangements-Policy-2018-2021

Substance Abuse Policy

The National Drugs Strategy 2001-2008—Building on Experience, sets out a detailed programme of action to be implemented by Government departments and agencies to tackle substance abuse.

Download 2022 Substance Abuse Policy

Suspension & Exclusion Policy

Castleknock Community College, in conjunction with the DDLETB, recognises its obligation to protect the rights of the principal, teachers and students and, consequently, endorses the aspiration set out in the Department of Education’s “Guidelines towards a Positive Policy for School Behaviour and Discipline”

Click to download Suspension & Exclusion Policy 2021-2024

DDL ETB Privacy Policy

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