The Mount Temple Pupils who travelled to Malta last year to take part in European Theatre festival are going to perform 'Eire: Land of 100,000 Welcomes', as part of a Colloquium on Asylum Narratives. This will take place in DCU's Saint Pat's Campus at 6 o'clock on Friday, the 29th of September. For more information see the post in Teacher & Student Blogs.
Well done to three Mount Temple students, Ruby Lowther, Emily Nicholson-Morrisey and Niamh Staines, who ran a bake-sale raising 310 euro for the NCBI (National Council for the Blind of Ireland). Big thank you to friends and neighbours who contributed!
Sports Timetable 2017-2018 is now available. Go to the post in Latest News below and click on link to view PDF with details of times for all sports (Girls & Boys Hockey, Rugby & Football, Basketball and Badminton). PDF also available under Sports Timetable 2017-2018 in Sports section of Website.
In September 2016 a French TV crew and the singer, Caroline Moreau, organised a workshop with Ms.McHardy and Mount Temple pupils. The clip shows how singing can be used as a highly effective methodology in language learning. Click on the link below in the Teacher & Student Blogs to see the video which was broadcast on French TV5 Monde station on 24 June 2017.
Article in Irish Times on play about refugees & Direct Provision devised and performed by Mount Temple pupils (see more details and link to article in Latest News section of website.
Our German Debating team received their certs for taking part in the Goethe Institut Irland German Debating Competition. Our team this year consisted of: Jenny Keegan, Niamh Webb, Aaron Paintner and Alex Earle.
TY Year Projects 2017 (Art by Liza Duggan)
TY Year Projects 2017 (Princess dresses by Hannah Cassidy)
Cupcakes for 6th Year Graduation Class 2017
6th Years dressed up for the annual fancy dress water fight.
Junior Girls relay team at Morton Stadium.
Fifth year Home Economics students at the Baking Academy after a busy morning making yeast breads.
1st Year Pupils at Bridge 21
TY trip to the town of Eu in France in March 2017.
Conor Platt gave a fascinating presentation on autism in the school library as part of the MT Amnesty group's series of Temple Talks. The library was full and the talk was very well received by the large number of pupils and staff who attended. Conor's eloquent, passionate and informative talk was followed by a Q&A session.