Note that on the 22nd of December kids are encouraged to wear something yellow in support of Focus Ireland. Thank You.
As the school year goes on, several events are being organized by the Parents Association. These are being initiated either to raise much needed funds for the school or to enhance the curiculum for the children. To be able to make these events happen we, from time to time, need a bit of your time. We need YOU for an hour or two to help us for your children.
On this page you will be able to find details of each events and how you can help:
Now up to Decembre 2016 :
- We need parents to help us with Halloween Festivities : Volunteers to help animate the Halloween games for Junior and Sr infants during the last hour of the school day on Thursday 27th Octobre. Volunteers to help with the preparation and the runnig of Senior pupils Disco from 4-6Pm (30 to 40 minutes of your time if we have enough people). Contact events [AT] getpa [DOT] ie or info [AT] getpa [DOT] ie
Yesterday, in a statement (see below), Lidl has let Temple Carrig School know that they are not going to pursue with the sell of their site to McDonald. The company has reviewed the project and chose to go ahead with a project of their own. This is great news for all the parents invoved in lobbying against the McDonald's project. We would like to give a big THANK YOU to all the parents who helped make this happen.
"Following on from the successful launch of a new Lidl concept store in Gorey Co Wexford earlier in the year and having completed a feasibility study on the Greystones site, Lidl has decided to pursue an alternative development. We intend to actively engage with Wicklow County Council in the coming weeks to gain approval for a new state of the art Lidl store. Pending positive engagement with Wicklow County Council Lidl will submit plans for this development. Due to the larger space required for this store design a fast food restaurant will not be accommodated on the site.
We will invite members of the local community to view our proposals before we lodge any planning application."
Head of Public Relations