Past Pupils Union (PPU) of Templeogue College welcomes all former students of our college. We have a very active and vibrant union and we hold a number of very successful annual events. Please visit our site directly to find details of our annual activities, locate an email address of a former pupil, contact your year rep or view pictures of your leaving class.
The current President of the Past Pupils Union is Mr. Paul Foley. Contact can be made by contacting Templeogue College directly or by visiting www.ppu.ie.
Previous Past Presidents of the PPU:
TCU – Past Presidents
1989-1992 Declan Lernihan
1992-1994 Gerry Delaney
1994-1996 Padraic Toolan
1996-1997 Jim Carr
1997-1998 Richard Murphy
1998-2000 Tom McGarry
2000-2002 Mick Dunne
2002-2003 Denis Murphy
2003-2005 Niall Rynne
2005-2007 Nick Moore
2007-2009 Aidan Reynolds
2009-2011 Colum Diamond
2011-2013 Stephen Moore
2013-2015 Brendan Toolan
Some of our more well known past pupils are listed below. Please click on the names below for more information.
Malcolm O'Kelly Ireland's most capped Second row forward (retired)
Diarmuid Gavin Garden designer and TV personality.
Brigadier General Ralph James Current Deputy Chief of Staff (Operations)
Greg Allen (RTE) RTE Chief Sports commentator
Killian Farrell - conductor
Enda Stevens - Former Shamrock Rovers Player and currently playing with Aston Villa.
Previous recipients of the Ray Kennedy Award for best Leaving Certificate Results.
|Tue 15th||6th Year Parent Teacher Consultation|
Mon 21st -
|Body and Soul Week|
|Tue 22nd||Closing date of application for entry in 2020|
Congratulations to our two teams who came 1st and 6th in the Spanish Quiz competition last night, Thursday 26th April. Andrew Moore, Alex Kavanagh, Conor O'Dwyer, Jacob Beneham, Lucas Maughan, Edward Hogan, Mark Byrne, Conor Hanrahan
Today, in Space, 408km above the earth, code created by 1st and 2nd year students will run on a computer on board the world's most expensive object, the International Space Station. Well done to Callum Murray, Kamil Pospiech, Sompto Onwubuilo, Luc Quinn, Peter Farrell, Sam Loveley, Conor Ndlovu and Steven O'Leary