Uniform, Books and Equipment

We operate a school book rental scheme. School books should be kept in good condition with the student’s name on them and should be brought to school as required.

Students should always come to school equipped with books, copies, pens, pencils and other equipment as specified by their subject teachers.

Students will not be permitted to share stationary or any other equipment. It is important that each student has the equipment required for each subject.

Uniform

You can buy your uniform in 

 Michael Guineys, North Earl Street, Dublin 1 

They will be restocked on Friday August 21st.

Junior Uniform

Navy school jumper with Larkin Community College crest, school tie, white shirt, navy trousers or school skirt & black shoes. 

Senior Uniform

Green school jumper with Larkin Community College crest, school tie, white shirt, grey trousers or school skirt & black shoes. 

Girls can wear trousers or skirt. 

Full uniform is compulsory at all times. 

 

PE Uniform

Our new tracksuit comprises of Tee-Shirt – white with navy piping 1/4 zip Hoodie with Larkin Logo/Leggings 

Total price €65 

Available to order from our supplier on-line (details to follow) 

Please click here to purchase our PE Uniform.

 

IMPORTANT 

Students should bring the following with them every day for their personal use: 

  • 2 face masks/coverings (in a ziplock bag),  

  • hand sanitiser  

  • and tissues. 

Book Rental Scheme

Your books will be provided by the school and given to you by your teachers. A payment of €150 (Non-Scholarship), €100 (Scholarship)must be paid to cover the cost.

• Book Rental/Purchase Scheme (does not include school bag, copies, pens and pencils).

• S.C.C. Fee

• Personal Accident Insurance

• School Journal

• Photocopying

We are introducing a new online payment system and will be in touch to let you know when it will be available. 

Face Mask/Covering 

On 7th August the Department of Education and Skills guidelines to schools were updated and it now a requirement that teachers, staff and students attending post primary schools wear a face covering when a physical distance of 2m from other staff or students cannot be maintained. 

 

This means that all students/staff will be required to wear face masks/coverings in the school. It will take time for us all to get used to seeing each other and communicating with each other wearing face masks.  Further information regarding the use of face masks/coverings can be found at: https://www.gov.ie/en/publication/aac74c-guidance-on-safe-use-of-face-coverings/ 

 

Some people should not wear face masks – please contact the school to inform us if your child is exempt from wearing a face mask. Please see:  https://www2.hse.ie/conditions/coronavirus/face-masks-disposable-gloves.html#not-wear  for exemptions. 

 

Student face masks should not have any words, pictures or symbols on them. Patterned material is acceptable.