Templeogue College C.S.Sp

School Closure

School Closure March 13th - March 29th

Dear Parent/Guardian,

As you will have heard in the news, the Taoiseach has stated that all schools are to close as of March 13th until March 29th. In anticipation of this, teachers have prepared work for all students to complete and will communicate this with their students. We have set up Templeogue college e-mail addresses for all senior students. For other students, we will communicate with you via the email address we have on our system. Information regarding work to be completed, as well as any updates we receive from the department, will be available on our school website so please check that out for any updates. Teachers have been trained in the use of Microsoft teams to be able to teach remotely. Students can email their teachers directly or respond to the Microsoft team with work they have completed or with questions about this work. Further information will be sent to relevant email addresses in the next few days.

We are liaising with the Department for Education regarding 6th year oral and practical exams and will keep 6th years informed as soon as we receive any relevant information. Our advice as it stands it to continue to prepare for their exams as they would if they were in school. With regards to Art, the State Exams Commission has asked us to reassure students that they won’t in any way be disadvantaged by this situation. It is the same situation for all students across the country and this will all be taken into account as we move forward. If your child is at all worried, please encourage him to contact his teacher.

Third Year students have started their English assessment task this week. This will be completed after the break so there is no need to worry.

Whilst your son is not attending school, we would urge you to follow HSE advice regarding keeping safe and well.

If, during the course of our school closure, you need to contact us please email info@templeoguecollege.ie and we will get back to you as soon as we can.

Thank you for your support during all of this and sorry for any inconvenience caused.

Yours sincerely,

Niamh Quinn

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