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  • Pumpkins carved & decorated by Ms O'Connor's Art class for Haloween

    Pumpkins carved & decorated by Ms O’Connor’s Art class for Haloween

  • 5th Year Pupils at the launch of the I Wish 2021 Survey of Female Students' Attitudes to STEM, with An Taoiseach Micheál Martin exploring the causes of the STEM gender gap.

    5th Year Pupils at the launch of the I Wish 2021 Survey of Female Students’ Attitudes to STEM, with An Taoiseach Micheál Martin exploring the causes of the STEM gender gap.

  • Language Week - 1B winners of poster competition

    Language Week – 1B winners of poster competition

  • Languages Week 2021 Activities (Japanese)

    Languages Week 2021 Activities (Japanese)

  • TY Activity Week October 2021

    TY Activity Week October 2021

  • TY Activity Week October 2021

    TY Activity Week October 2021

  • TY Activity Week October 2021

    TY Activity Week October 2021

  • Pumpkins carved & decorated by Ms O'Connor's Art class for Haloween
  • 5th Year Pupils at the launch of the I Wish 2021 Survey of Female Students' Attitudes to STEM, with An Taoiseach Micheál Martin exploring the causes of the STEM gender gap.
  • Language Week - 1B winners of poster competition
  • Languages Week 2021 Activities (Japanese)
  • TY Activity Week October 2021
  • TY Activity Week October 2021
  • TY Activity Week October 2021

Upcoming Events

  • Mid Term Break

    Monday, 25 October, 2021
  • Christmas Holidays

    Thursday, 23 December, 2021
  • TY Work Experience

    Monday, 7 February, 2022
  • Mocks Exams

    Monday, 7 February, 2022

Notifications

  • Maths Week 2021

    23 October 2021
    Maths week-the only week that counts! A range of activities & competitions were organised. Check out the photos of some of the winners in the gallery.
  • TY Scarecrows

    22 October 2021
    On Friday 22 October the TYs made their own scarecrows. Check out their creations in the gallery.
  • Warning regarding jelly sweets containing cannabis (THC) from the Department of Education & Skills

    22 October 2021
    We were asked by the Department to help circulate the following information. The Food Safety Authority of Ireland (FSAI) is urging parents and guardians to be extremely vigilant to the dangers of their children getting access to and eating confectionary, particularly jelly sweets, containing significant amounts of the psychoactive cannabis component called tetrahydrocannabinol (THC). This warning comes amid the ongoing seizures of these illegal food products by the Gardaí and Customs services, and a number of serious medical incidents whereby these THC-containing jelly sweets resulted in teenagers and young children suffering serious adverse health effects requiring hospitalisation. These jelly sweets are packaged to look like popular brands of jellies and have been found to contain toxic amounts of THC (up to 50mg/jelly). Depending on the concentration of THC, eating one of these jellies can mean an equivalent intake of THC that is 5-10 times higher than that inhaled from a single cannabis cigarette. Also, unlike the almost immediate effects of inhaling THC (smoking or vaping), ingesting THC through these jellies can take up to 30 minutes for any effects to be felt. However, while waiting for those effects, those who have eaten these products may overdose in the mistaken belief that they need to eat more sweets in order to feel the effects. Of particular concern to the FSAI is the inadvertent consumption of these jelly sweets by small children who may somehow gain access to what looks and possibly tastes like ordinary sweets. Unfortunately, given access to a bag of these jellies, children will rarely eat just one and therefore, overdosing is a very likely outcome as witnessed by the hospitalisation of a number of seriously ill young children in the early part of 2021. The FSAI has become aware of reports about the availability of THC-containing jelly sweets in schools in Ireland and therefore, parents and guardians are asked to speak with their teenagers alerting them to the dangers if they eat them or if their younger siblings get access to them and subsequently suffer the serious consequences of consuming a toxic substance. Wishing everyone a relaxing and safe midterm break. Helen Gormley
  • 1I HIke in Glendalough

    22 October 2021
    On Thursday 21st October, 1i were in Glendalough with Ms Egan, Ms Randles & Ms Evans. A group of 6th year mentors also accompanied the group for their hike. See the gallery for photos.
  • PA AGM tonight 7:30pm

    20 October 2021
    Reminder the PA AGM is at 7:30pm tonight.. After the AGM Dr Helen Coughlan will give a talk on Supporting Young People’s Mental Health: the pitfalls of positivity and the power of empathy which is very relevant for current circumstances. This is the zoom link for the meeting Join Zoom Meeting https://mounttemple-ie.zoom.us/j/93460315847?pwd=YUlZc0RKV3lYdXlUL3owM0dPWEJhQT09 Meeting ID: 934 6031 5847 Passcode: 766543
  • Pumpkins!

    20 October 2021
    Ms O’Connor’s Art class have been carving & decorating pumpkins this week.
  • TY Driving School

    20 October 2021
    This week Transition Year pupils have been taking part in a Driving course. As well as learning the basics of driving they learn about safety on the road (for example wearing ‘beer googles’ to illustrate how alcohol can impair driving ability).
  • PA AGM Wed 7:30pm

    19 October 2021
    Just a reminder that the PA AGM will be held via zoom tomorrow evening at 7:30pm. After the AGM Dr Helen Coughlan will give a talk on Supporting Young People’s Mental Health: the pitfalls of positivity and the power of empathy which is very relevant for current circumstances. This is the zoom link for the meeting Join Zoom Meeting https://mounttemple-ie.zoom.us/j/93460315847?pwd=YUlZc0RKV3lYdXlUL3owM0dPWEJhQT09 Meeting ID: 934 6031 5847 Passcode: 766543

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