Templeogue College C.S.Sp



All pupils in Templeogue College enjoy the benefits of Physical Education and we encourage students to participate for many reasons. By becoming involved in sports it develops teamwork and problem-solving skills, it boosts self-esteem and confidence and reduces pressure and stress.

During the course of the year, pupils experience a wide range of activities, from all the major field games to Volleyball, Basketball, Badminton, Olympic Handball, Gymnastics, Circuit Training, Orienteering and Athletics. Emphasis is also placed on Wellbeing and Health Education.

By providing such variety and by encouraging all to participate, it is hoped that each student will develop a healthy interest in at least one sport which will lead to further interest and involvement in that sport after he has left the school. While great efforts are made in the area of extra-curricular activities to bring success to the school, this is a secondary consideration to the provision of a comprehensive Physical Education programme to all our students. Templeogue College supports and promotes ‘Sport for All’.

The following students were recipients of our Sports Awards in 2022:

Rugby - Leon Potts

Hurling - Daragh O'Donovan

Football - Jack Lahiff

Soccer - Robert Orr

Basketball - Daniel Cassidy

Victor Ludorum - Kamen Bagnell

Special Awards:

Rowing - Eoin McLoughlin

Karate - Conor Holohan

Apr 16
Horgan Concert
May 06
School Closure
May 08
Active Week
May 14
5th Year Ecology Trip
Tuesday, 16th April 2024 from 7pm
Reminder for Incoming First Year Parents Information Eve Wednesday 10/04/24 7pm- 8pm
Templeville Road, Templeogue, Dublin 6W.
01 490 5788
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