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Temple Carrig School is a co-educational,  voluntary day school under the patronage of the Church of Ireland.  The school is faith based, Christian in ethos and responds to the academic, intellectual, cultural and spiritual needs of pupils with a wide range of abilities and interests, while respecting those with differing faith traditions and those with none.

On the 1st  September 2014, it opened its doors, in temporary accommodation, to its first intake of pupils, 132 in number, starting in 1st year.  In August 2015 the school moved to its new school building and welcomed another 132 pupils.

This website will contain information on matters relating to the new school, posted on the relevant page as soon as it becomes available. If you would like to know more about our new school, please take a moment to browse through the pages and remember to check back often.

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NEWS ARCHIVE

TCG welcomes Taoiseach  7 October 2016 - Temple Carrig are delighted to welcome Taoiseach Enda Kenny to the official Opening of the School.  Before unveiling the the Temple Carrig plaque the Taoiseach gave an inspiring speech, telling the students grasp the opportunity the schools offers and  “to dream big dreams!”.

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WellRead Award for TCG  24 October 2016 - 4 students and 2 teachers went to the CityWest Hotel to receive TCG's first WellRead Awards.  They were presented with a certificate and a WellRead flag by the Laureate na Nog PJ Lynch.  Our school was one of just 33 schools to receive the award so something to be very proud of - well done!

Wicklow Schools' Cross Country  25 October 2016. Congratulations to all our students who took part in the Wicklow Schools Invitational Athletics Cross Country competition in St Gerards.  The TCG haul of medals includes 5 team medals and 10 individual medals for placing in the top 6.

TCG visits Áras an Uachtaráin 19 November 2016 - TCG’s Philosophy class were invited with Ms Andrews and Philosophy Ireland to celebrate World Philosophy Day and the fact the at they are the first students to undertake the new Junior Cycle Short Course in Philosophy. Click here for more including a  link to the Irish Times article.

Bray Drugs Awareness Art Competition

Grainne Shortt in 1st year received her award in the Royal Hotel in Bray this afternoon. She won Highly Commended. There were over 500 entries to the Bray Drugs Awareness Art Competition.

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Girls Football debut 30 November 2016 - TCG’s Girls Football Team played in the U15 FAI Leinster Schools Cup . Rhianna Mason was person of the match. They lost to a team of girls playing together for 7 years and who are a year older. This was the first time our girls played together and they showed bravery, team spirit and determination.

TCG Christmas Panto 16 December 2016 - “Yellow Snow and the Seven Dwarfs”.  Another great night of fun and music and some great performances from teachers and students before a sold out crowd.  Look back on all the action in the movies and photos pages.

TCG Carol Service 21 December 2016

A blend of traditional Christmas carols and contemporary songs was on offer on a very special night in the TCG hall to celebrate the season of Advent

Junior Cup Rugby Well done to Temple Carrig’s Junior Cup Rugby Team who beat Good Counsel College in their First Round match on 11 January 2017 in Gorey, the school’s first rugby cup match. This was follwed by another victory over Scoil Chonglais a week later.

Well done to Temple Carrig’s Girls Basket Ball Teams. 19 January 2017 1st Year and 2nd Year both recorded victories over Rockford Manor.   Great teamwork and support shown by all!

Leinster Schools Fr Godfrey Junior Cup Winners 2017

History made as Temple Carrig claim the Fr Godfrey Cup title at the first attempt, overcoming Wesley COllege 12 points to 10 points in Donnybrook on Thursday, 10 March 2017.  Read match report.