The School Completion Programme (SCP) aims to increase the number of children and young people staying in primary and second-level school, and in doing so, improve the numbers of pupils who successfully complete the senior cycle, or equivalent.
The School Completion Programme provides a range of local interventions in disadvantaged schools and communities designed to support the retention of children and young people in education. It involves the targeting of in-school, after-school, out-of-school and holiday time supports towards children and young people who are at risk of disengagement and early school leaving.
The desired impact is ‘the retention of a young person to completion of the Leaving Certificate, equivalent qualification or suitable level of educational attainment which enables them to transition into further education, training or employment.’
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