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Future Direction

Mount Temple builds on past traditions, affirms current good practice, and will encourage innovation.  We provide an excellent education for all our students.  Mount Temple is working to become a prototype of a school committed to education for sustainable development.  Students of Mount Temple expect an education which is inclusive and tolerant, prepares them for further learning, and enables them to participate fruitfully in society.  Learning in Mount Temple plays a part in how students’ eyes are opened to the realities of the world, and in equipping them to become the responsible, articulate, creative, committed, passionate citizens that the world needs.  They will be prepared to take responsibility for their world and Ireland’s part in changing it towards greater equity and justice.
 

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