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Re-Opening Notice 2015-2016

First Year                Thursday August 27th – 9.00-11.00  AND  Friday  August 28th   –  9.00-11.00

Second Year            Friday August 28th     – 10.00

Third Year               Friday August 28th     – 11.00

Fourth Year             Friday August 28th     – 9.00

Fifth Year                 Monday August 31st   – 10.00

Sixth Year                 Monday August 31st   – 11.30

Incoming 1st years must attend Thursday & Friday for induction. One parent should accompany 1st year on Thurs.

All other pupils must attend the assembly scheduled for them for timetables and other important information

Full classes commence on Tuesday 1st September at 8.40am – All pupils should have timetables, books and €10 for a journal (€15 for TY) and €10 for a locker.

E-book Information

Definition of an e-book:

An electronic version of a printed book which can be read on a computer or tablet

Dear Parents/Guardians,

As you know for some years we have been trying in different ways to tackle the issue of heavy schoolbags. Finally we have a solution:

Publishers have agreed to provide a free e-book to download with every hard copy. Apart from a few titles most books on the book list have an e-book version. This means the book can be kept in school and the e-book version can be accessed at home.

To do so:

  • Purchase book either second-hand or new.
  • The e-book username and password will then be made available from the school to the parent/student, for all relevant titles. This will be in September.
  • Everyone will then be able to download the entire book onto a home computer or tablet


It will be important that parents follow up on this process as it will be their responsibility to sign up for and access the e-book. The school will only facilitate this.

Parents’ Association Newsletter

Mount Temple Parents Association
Volume 1, Issue 2 Summer/Autumn 2015

As the new academic year starts, a very big welcome back from the Parents Association.

To parents who have children in Mount Temple for the first time, we hope the next six years will be a
wonderful experience and opportunity for your children and family.

Many parents have had a close association with their primary school and the transition to secondary, where
the numbers of students and staff exceed a thousand bodies every day, can be daunting. The Parents
Association looks forward to helping parents and students make this transition.

To read the rest of the newsletter please click the link below which will open a PDF document

PA Newsletter 12 June 2015



Congratulations to Hope Saunders who is now the All Ireland Senior Girls 3000m Schools Champion.  

Hope competed in the All Ireland Track and Field in Tullamore on Saturday 30th May.  She set a blistering pace from the gun and none of the other competitors could stay with her.  As the pace progressed the  7.5 laps of the track that this distance covers, the gap widened.  By the end of the 3000m Hope had between 50-60m of track between herself and the second place finisher.

Well done to Hope who is a great advertisement for the benefits of participating in sport.  Her self discipline and high expectations extend well beyond Athletics.   Well done Hope and we wish you continued success.
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