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Rainbows

Mount Temple is delighted to re-introduce the Rainbows programme to
our school life. Rainbows Ireland is a voluntary peer-support programme to
assist students who are grieving a death,separation or other painful
changes in their family. Rainbows helps by providing a safe setting in which students can share their feelings,emotions and struggles with others who have shared experiences. They are supported in this by a trained facilitator and all information shared is confidential. Facilitators are teachers in the school who care about the grief of students and who are there to listen to what the students say. The group meet at lunchtime in M7 and the programme runs for 12 weeks. If you feel that your son/daughter would benefit from Rainbows please contact Ms.Finglas at jennifer.finglas@mounttemple.ie

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