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On Monday 19th November Sarah, Sean and Rory attended a Comhairle na Nóg meeting in Croke Park. The lord mayor formally opened the meeting at 9:45am and told us the topics we would be discussing, these were: education, young people online, physical wellness & the environment. We got the opportunity to talk to existing Comhairle members about any questions we had. From this I learned that...
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Our TY students paid a visit to the office of the Ombudsman for Children today (29 November, 2018). At workshops, they learned the importance of knowing their rights and responsibilities. The OCO deliver workshops on children’s rights to children and young people, and also give seminars for 3rd level students. All children under the age of 18 have rights. Rights are a list of promises to children...
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Rosmini’s Wellbeing Week came to a close on Friday 9th November 2018 with Laughternoon, a stand-up comedy event in aid of Pieta House. There was a mixture of song, dance and skits during this hilariously entertaining show. Our 1st, 2nd and Transition year audience got to learn of the importance of laughter as a healthy medium to express thoughts and feelings. They were reminded of the importance...
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During today’s workshops, 3rd and 5th year students were encouraged to be more aware of their thoughts, feelings and behaviours. They learned that it is our response that often determines how well we are able to overcome difficult circumstances. 5th years looked at how much worry & fear affects each of their own lives. They explored some of the common ways that people attempt to control...
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The theme of our third day of Wellbeing Week was Be Connected and Be Respected. There was a strong emphasis on reaching out and caring for one another. The Ember team greeted every student as they made their way into school in the morning time. They handed out inspiring messages and goodies in an effort to give every student a positive start to their day. A coffee morning and concert was held for...
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On the second day of Wellbeing Week, we focused on physical health. Our 2nd year students explored the benefits of eating certain foods. They were given advice by Ms Dodd on how to maintain a balanced diet as well as planning their own healthy meals. Students sampled a variety of snacks that were highly nutritious. Our 1st and Transition year students paired up as buddies for the Walk a Mile with...
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Each day of Rosmini’s Wellbeing Week 2018 focuses on an important aspect of students’ mental health. On Monday 5th of November, 3rd and 6th year students learned key skills to help them be more resilient when faced with the increased expectations of preparation for their state exams. Our Leaving Cert classes goals set SMART goals to give them a clear focus to work towards over the coming months....
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Our Transition Year students spent Friday morning (19 October 2018) in Dublin City University learning the practical skills of shooting and editing a movie. They were divided into groups and had to script, film and edit a 1 minute movie with the theme of 'suspense'. The students were praised for the uniqueness of their ideas and the correct use of their newly acquired skills. Thanks to Darran...
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We are excited to launch our programme of events for Rosmini Wellbeing Week 2018, which takes place from Monday 5th to Friday 9th November 2018. The theme of this week is You Gotta Nourish to Flourish. Students will participate in workshops on reducing anxiety, coping with stress, health & nutrition and smart goal setting. Each day of the week will focus on promoting awareness of a key...
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The 6th years as part of their Geography Leaving Certificate course went on a field trip to Kippure Estate, Co.Wicklow. Here they put many skills they learned in the classroom into practice. They used various pieces of equipment to carry out a variety of investigations along the course of the River Liffey. They then spent some time analysing and writing up their results. The highlight was...

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