No. The templates are point-in-time, they run "now" and don't get referenced again. Once created, a page could easily be changed beyond all recognition of the template, and the creation template really doesn't matter after its first use.
You could amend your templates to have a label on them, or even page properties (your users are less likely to remove page properties, in my experience), but those are still editable pieces of data.
I usually do the label/properties for the more structured and complex templates, not the every-day ones.
In other words, nothing I usually write - I've been trained to keep it simple and accessible, with human language. Templates for me just save me a few clicks to do something regularly (I usually stick to a template with an introduction, toc, attachments, children and footer in five sections). But, that's one of the several reasons I use Confluence. Because I save huge amounts of time with templates and macros.
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