Terenure College Senior School is a Voluntary Catholic Secondary School under the Trusteeship of the Irish Province of Carmelites. In the event that there are two or more students tied for a place or places in any of the selection criteria categories above (the number of applicants exceeds the number of remaining places), the following arrangements will apply: If one student satisfies more than one of the criteria they shall be awarded the place. Late applications will be added to the bottom of the waiting list in order of the date of receipt of their application. This policy must be read in conjunction with the annual admission notice for the school year concerned. Tel: 01-4902404 e-mail: info@pct.cdetb.ie. It is a fee-paying Templeogue College is a Catholic secondary school founded in 1966 for the education of boys living in Templeogue. (ii)     the date on which an offer of admission was made by the school; 4. It is a fee-paying College for boys. The fact that there may be a space in a year group would not automatically mean that there is a place available in a particular subject class at the level required by the student. No events found. For Senior Cycle classes (i.e. Placement on the waiting list of Terenure College is in the order of priority assigned to the students’ applications after the school has applied the selection criteria in accordance with this admission policy. Templeogue Tennis Club celebrated its centenary in 2017. An offer of admission may not be made or may be withdrawn by Terenure College where: (i)    it is established that information contained in the application is false or misleading; Based in South Dublin City, Terenure Swim club, serves the local comunity. Note:  Where an applicant has been refused admission due to the school being oversubscribed, the applicant must request a review of that decision by the board of management prior to making an appeal under section 29 of the Education Act 1998. Ten of the top 25 are fee-paying schools, and just one Gaelscoil – Coláiste Eoin in Stillorgan – makes the list. Sons of employees of Terenure College; Under Section 29 of the Education Act 1998, the parent of the student, or in the case of a student who has reached the age of 18 years, the student, may appeal a decision of this school to refuse admission. (iv)     a student’s personal details including his name, address, date of birth and personal public service number (within the meaning of section 262 of the Social Welfare Consolidation Act 2005). •    Religious instruction is instruction in accordance with the rites, practices and teachings of a particular religion or denomination for pupils of that religious tradition. Templeogue College, Templeogue. (a)    the full and harmonious development of all aspects of the person of the pupil, including    the intellectual, physical, cultural, moral and spiritual aspects; and Ireland. Applicants must accept, in writing, an offer of admission from Terenure College on or before the date set out in the annual admissions notice of the school. The Brothers of a student attending or having attended the school; (iii)    the parent of a student, when required by the principal in accordance with section 23(4) of the Education (Welfare) Act 2000, fails to confirm in writing that the code of behaviour of the school is acceptable to him or her and that he or she shall make all reasonable efforts to ensure compliance with such code by the student; or (b)    a student’s academic ability, skills or aptitude; (i)    an application for admission to the school has been received; (ii)    an offer of admission to the school has been made, or. Sons and grandsons of a student having attended the school;  This site uses cookies: Find out more. (ii)     whether or not they have applied for and awaiting confirmation of an offer of admission from another school or schools, and if so, they must provide details of the other school or schools concerned. (c)    a philosophy of life inspired by belief in God and in the life, death and resurrection of Jesus; and Templeogue College, Templeogue. Phone: 01-4905788 Templeville Road Dublin 6W ,Dublin Belgard D6WE622 Post Primary School Roll number: 60562I e: info@templeoguecollege.ie w: WWW.templeoguecollege.ie Principal: Aoife O'Donnell Enrolment: Boys: 678 (2019/20) Ethos: Catholic Catchment: Terenure-Templeogue-Willington Fees: No 2. •    Applicants must accept, in writing, an offer of admission from Terenure College within 3 weeks from the date of the offer being made; The club will be officially known as Griffith College Templeogue Basketball. REGISTER FOR ENTRY. Offers of any subsequent places that become available for the school year in relation to which admission is being sought will be made to those students on the waiting list, in accordance with the order of priority in relation to which the students have been placed on the list. Terenure College is a Catholic, all boys, fee-charging, voluntary secondary school with a Catholic ethos under the trusteeship of the Irish Province of Carmelites. An appeal may be made under Section 29 (1)(c)(ii) of the Education Act 1998 where the refusal to admit was due a reason other than the school being oversubscribed. 517 likes. Cds, Used CDs For Sale in Templeogue, Dublin, Ireland for 10.00 euros on Adverts.ie. F +353 1 492 9888. Terenure College Events. It is published on the school’s website and will be made available in hardcopy, on request, to any person who requests it. We have two locations, a Montessori School in Templeogue and a Homework Club on the grounds of Terenure College. Sons and grandsons of a student having attended the school (to a maximum of 25% of the available spaces); 3. Leaving Cert Results 2014 -an exceptional year for Templeogue College!. Procedures for admission of students to other years and during the school year. (f)    the disability ground of the student or the applicant in respect of the student concerned, (d)    the formation of the pupils in the Catholic faith. Failure to do so may result in the offer being withdrawn; In the event of there being more applications to the Year Group concerned than places available, a waiting list of students whose applications for admission to Terenure College were unsuccessful due to the Year Group being oversubscribed will be compiled and will remain valid for the school year in which admission is being sought. •    The school’s annual admission notice (where applicable) In addition, the Board of Management is required under section 15(1) of the Education Act 1998 to provide, or cause to be provided, an appropriate education for each student at the school for which that board has responsibility. 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What will not be considered or taken into account. As per section 61(3) of the Education Act 1998, ‘civil status ground’, ‘disability ground’, ‘discriminate’, ‘family status ground’, ‘gender ground’, ‘ground of race’, ‘religion ground’,  ‘sexual orientation ground’ and ‘Traveller community ground’ shall be construed in accordance with section 3 of the Equal Status Act 2000. (ii)    an offer of admission to the school has been made, or Terenure Park, Terenure, Dublin 6W. 4th, 5th and 6th Years) the religious education programme may include some elements of religious instruction in some modules. •    The school will not accept applications in relation to the admission of students who are not already admitted to the school, after the commencement of the school year in which admission is sought, other than in cases where the student is changing his residence; •    Such applications can be made at any stage during the school year; •    Applicants will be notified in writing of the decision on their application within 3 weeks of the receipt of their application; •    An applicant may only be offered a place in a Year Group depending on there being a place available in the relevant Year Group; •    Applicants must accept, in writing, an offer of admission from Terenure College within 3 weeks from the date of the offer being made. •    the formation of our students for life in the world of further study and work by developing in them integrity, self-reliance, adaptability, loyalty, creativity and a positive attitude to work; Terenure College will not discriminate in its admission of a student to the school on any of the following: (a)    the gender ground of the student or the applicant in respect of the student concerned; Dublin D6W DK72 All applications for admission received after the closing date as outlined in the annual admission notice will be considered and decided upon in accordance with our school’s admissions policy, the Education Admissions to School Act 2018 and any regulations made under that Act. For this reason parents and their son are strongly recommended to attend a meeting with the Principal and/or Deputy Principal to ensure that a transfer to the school would be in the best interests of their son given the curricular provision, subject choices/levels and facilities available at the time. (see Review of decisions by the Board of Management), Where an applicant has been refused admission due to a reason other than the school being oversubscribed, the applicant may request a review of that decision by the board of management prior to making an appeal under section 29 of the Education Act 1998. and which school provides religious education in accordance with the doctrines, practices and traditions of the Roman Catholic Church, and/or such ethos and/or characteristic spirit as may be determined or interpreted from time to time by the Irish Episcopal Conference. •    it is established that information contained in the application is false or misleading; •    an applicant fails to confirm acceptance of an offer of admission within three weeks of the date of the offer of a place; •    the parent of a student, when required by the Principal in accordance with section 23(4) of the Education (Welfare) Act 2000, fails to confirm in writing that the Code of Behaviour of the school is acceptable to him or her and that he or she shall make all reasonable efforts to ensure compliance with such code by the student; •    an applicant has failed to comply with the requirements of ‘acceptance of an offer’ as set out above; •    The Board of Management has a duty of care to ensure as far as practicable the health and safety of the students and staff of the school. An application for admission may be refused, therefore, where the admission of the applicant would pose a significant risk to the health and safety of the applicant or students and staff of the school, or risk significantly interfering with the right of other students to an appropriate education. Templeogue College aims to provide a Catholic education which strives to: Be responsive to the needs of students in 21st century Ireland. (d)    the formation of the pupils in the Catholic faith. If a student is not offered a place in our school, the reasons why they were not offered a place will be communicated in writing to the applicant, including, where applicable, details of the student’s ranking against the selection criteria and details of the student’s place on the waiting list for the school year concerned. Templeogue College, Templeogue. Classes are all paid for three months in advance with terms running January – March, April – June, July – September & October – December. Nephews and grandnephews of members of the Carmelite Order; •    In accepting an offer of admission from Terenure College, the parents must indicate: (i)     whether or not they have accepted an offer of admission for another school or schools. If you have accepted such an offer, you must also provide details of the offer or offers concerned and; (ii) whether or not you have applied for and awaiting confirmation of an offer of admission from another school or schools, and if so, you must provide details of the other school or schools concerned. •    If one student satisfies more than one of the criteria, they shall be awarded the place; Up to date payment of school fees and charges is a condition of continued enrolment in the College. Please note that the Senior Cycle Relationship and Sexuality Education Programme is taught as part of the Senior Cycle religious education programme. (b)    a living relationship with God and with other people; and •    In the event of the school being oversubscribed for a particular Year Group, the following criteria will apply: •    In the event that there are two or more students are tied for a place or places in any of the selection criteria categories above (the number of applicants exceeds the number of remaining places), the following arrangements will apply; •    Beyond this, a lottery system will be used to ensure fair, random selection; •    Applicants will be notified in writing of the decision on their application within 3 weeks of the last day of April; •    Applicants must accept, in writing, an offer of admission from Terenure College within 3 weeks from the date of the offer being made; •    In accepting an offer of admission from Terenure College, the parents must indicate: (i)     whether or not they have accepted an offer of admission for another school or schools. Circumstances in which offers may not be made or may be withdrawn. 6. Principal: Ms Niamh Quinn. •    The information provided by the applicant in the school’s official application form received during the period specified in our annual admission notice for receiving applications, (Please see section 13 below in relation to applications received outside of the admissions period and section 14  below in relation to applications for places in years other than the intake group.). Brothers of a student attending or having attended the school; Characteristic spirit and general objectives of the school. Nephews and grandnephews of members of the Carmelite Order; Where an applicant has been refused admission due to the school being oversubscribed, the applicant must request a review of that decision by the board of management prior to making an appeal under section 29 of the Education Act 1998. It seeks to contribute to the spiritual and moral development of all students equally. Terenure College is a Roman Catholic school and may refuse to admit as a student a person who is not of Roman Catholicism where it is proved that the refusal is essential to maintaining the ethos of the school. TY Prospectus 2020/21. 15. In accordance with S.15 (2) (b) of the Education Act, 1998 the Board of Management of Terenure College shall uphold, and be accountable to the patron for so upholding, the characteristic spirit of the school as determined by the cultural, educational, moral, religious, social, linguistic and spiritual values and traditions which inform and are characteristic of the objectives and conduct of the school. Services and Information for Parents and Guardians. Horizons Montessori School has been serving the communities of Templeogue and Terenure since 1993. (a)    an application for admission of a student to the College; (b)    the deposit payable on acceptance of a place in the College; (c)    the fees and charges payable each year. 2. 9. Appeals under Section 29 of the Education Act 1998 will be considered and determined by an independent appeals committee appointed by the Minister for Education and Skills. 25 January 2020; A general view of the National Basketball Arena during the Hula Hoops Pat Duffy National Cup Final between DBS Éanna and Griffith College Templeogue at the National Basketball Arena in Tallaght, Dublin. Applicants should be aware that failure to disclose this information on the acceptance of a place may lead to an offer being withdrawn by the school. The policy was approved by the school patron on 21st August 2020. b)    a parent of a student, when required by the principal in accordance with section 23(4) of the Education (Welfare) Act 2000, fails to confirm in writing that the code of behaviour of the school is acceptable to him or her and that he or she shall make all reasonable efforts to ensure compliance with such code by the student. In 2005, the Irish Times listed Templeogue College as one of the top 25 non-fee paying schools in Ireland, based on the proportion of students going on to university. In addition, the Board of Management is required under section 15(1) of the Education Act 1998 to provide, or cause to be provided, an appropriate education for each student at the school for which that board has responsibility. Presentation Community College. In the event of there being more applications to the school year concerned than places available, a waiting list of students whose applications for admission to Terenure College were unsuccessful due to the school being oversubscribed will be compiled and will remain valid for the school year in which admission is being sought. Applicants will be informed of the right to seek a review/right of appeal of the school’s decision (see Section 17 below for further details). •    Applicants will be notified in writing of the decision on their application within 3 weeks of the last day of April; •    Applicants will be notified in writing of the decision on their application within 3 weeks of the receipt of their application; (i) whether or not you have accepted an offer of admission for another school or schools. Services and Information for Students, Trainees, Adult Learners and Research Students. •    Beyond this, a lottery system will be used to ensure fair, random selection; Years other than 1st Year) are as follows: •    The school will decide each year how many places are being made available for each Year Group for the following year; Any timetabled periods of religious education that the student does not attend may not be used for extra study/homework. (c)    the occupation, financial status, academic ability, skills or aptitude of a student’s parents; (iv)    an applicant has failed to comply with the requirements of ‘acceptance of an offer’ as set out in Section 9 above; Review of decisions by the board of Management. 35 likes. Terenure College is a fee-charging school specified in the list of fee-charging schools published by the Minister from time, as referred to in section 64 of the Education Act 1998, as amended. Cultivate respect for God, the Church, God's creation and for our cultural heritage. (b)    the deposit payable on acceptance of a place in the College; Late applicants will be offered a place if there is a place available. Terenure College is an all-boys school and does not discriminate where it refuses to admit a girl applying for admission to this school. Acceptance of an offer of a place by an applicant. Terenure College Templeogue Road Terenure Dublin. In addition, the Board of Management is required under section 15(1) of the Education Act 1998 to provide, or cause to be provided, an appropriate education for each student at the school for which that board has responsibility. 5. Beyond this, a lottery system will be used to ensure fair, random selection. With over 100 years of contesting Leinster leagues, open tournaments and national championships the club has amassed a rich history of competitive tennis and many successes. (a)    the gender ground of the student or the applicant in respect of the student concerned; (b)    the civil status ground of the student or the applicant in respect of the student concerned; (c)    the family status ground of the student or the applicant in respect of the student concerned; (d)    the sexual orientation ground of the student or the applicant in respect of the student concerned. Applicants whose names were placed on a list maintained by the school prior to 1st of February 2020 for the purposes of allocating places in the school year concerned in order of their priority on that list; •    Before accepting the offer of a place in the school the parents and their son are strongly advised to attend a meeting with the Principal and/or Deputy Principal to ascertain whether there is a place available in the particular subject classes required by their son. Terenure College Templeogue Road Terenure Dublin. Terenure College, Templeogue Road, Dublin 6W. Fill out and submit our handy online admissions form. The timeline within which such an appeal must be made and the other requirements applicable to such appeals are set out in the procedures determined by the Minister under section 29B of the Education Act 1998 which are published on the website of the Department of Education and Skills. ... Templeogue College Templeville Road Dublin 6W Dublin. Templeogue College is the Post-Primary Education facility in the district Dublin. The relevant dates and timelines for Terenure College admission process are set out in the school’s annual admission notice which is published annually on the school’s website at least one week before the commencement of the admission process for the school year concerned. (h)    the Traveller community ground of the student or the applicant in respect of the student concerned, or  Terenure College Templeogue Road, Dublin 6W. (g)    the ground of race of the student or the applicant in respect of the student concerned, (f)    the date and time on which an application for admission was received by the school. If they have accepted such an offer, they must also provide details of the offer or offers concerned and; If you have accepted such an offer, you must also provide details of the offer or offers concerned and; Arrangements regarding students not attending religious instruction  Applicants should note that the provisions of Section 11 above relating to the sharing of data with other schools will apply in all cases where an application is made to a year group other than First Year or during the school year. 12. Such requests must be made in accordance with Section 29C of the Education Act 1998. The fact that there may be a space in a year group would not automatically mean that there is a place available in a particular subject class at the level required by the student. The Board of Management of Terenure College determines annually the fees for the following: (a)    an application for admission of a student to the College; Review of decisions by the board of Management Terenure College is a fee-charging school specified in the list of fee-charging schools published by the Minister from time, as referred to in section 64 of the Education Act 1998, as amended. (i)    it is established that information contained in the application is false or misleading; (ii)    an applicant fails to confirm acceptance, in writing, of an offer of admission on or before the date set out in the annual admission notice of the school; (iii)    the parent of a student, when required by the principal in accordance with section 23(4) of the Education (Welfare) Act 2000, fails to confirm in writing that the code of behaviour of the school is acceptable to him or her and that he or she shall make all reasonable efforts to ensure compliance with such code by the student; or.

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