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Diversity Week 2017 commenced with a trip to two sacred places of worship. 2nd year students began their morning with a visit to the Hindu Vinayaka Temple in Kingswood. They were given an introduction to the beliefs, practices and rituals that are practiced by the local community of Hindu believers. Time was spent observing morning prayers that were led by Priest Sri Muthu Swamy Ranganathan....
4 weeks 1 day
And the Winners are! On Thursday last, 19th October, ten Transition Year students from Rosmini attended a BUILD AN APP DAY at Oracle, Eastpoint Business Park. The day was a joint venture between Oracle and Business in the Community. John Donnelly, Country Manager with Oracle, started off the day by welcoming four schools. The schools present were Marino College, St Josephs C.B.S., O'Connells and...
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The Transition Year geography class went to the beach on Friday, 20th October last. Not for them the airbeds, beach balls and ice cream. As the pictures show, they are being put through their paces by Ms O'Gorman and Richie McDonnell studying the coastal environment.
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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. It was a very enjoyable...
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On Thursday 12th October 2017, 6th year students and the Ember Team attended Zeminar in the RDS Arena. This event promotes the development and wellbeing of young people in Ireland today. Throughout the day, students attended workshops on mental health and career development, listened to talks from influential speakers, received essential resources and participated in fun activities. Thanks to Ms...
1 month 5 days
Following Monday's announcement by the Minister for Education, all schools will remain closed on Tuesday, 17 October in the aftermath of Hurricane Ophelia.
1 month 6 days
Due to Hurricane Ophelia and the resulting status orange wind warning the school will remain closed tomorrow, Monday, 16 October. The decision has been taken in the interests of the health and safety of our staff and students. The danger has been exacerbated by the current open nature of our temporary campus. Parents and students are asked to help spread the word as it will be very difficult to...
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Every Monday lunch break from 13.15-13.40, 3rd and 6th year students are invited to take part in Mindfulness Meditation. The Ember Team prepare a meditative space for students to gather and reflect. They encourage students to have some quiet time away from their busy school schedules. Body & Breath, Mindful Mountain, Loving Kindness and Reduce Anxiety are just some of the guided meditations...
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To celebrate National Coming Out Day 2017, all students participated in workshops with Shout Out, a community of activists committed to improving the school environment for LGBTI+ young people. Students explored LGTI+ terminology, scenarios where students can act as good allies, and ways in which to create a welcoming environment for LGBTI+ students. The group of facilitators shared their own...
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Friday 10th November 2017: 09.30-10.10: Faith Talk - 3rd year talk on Evangelicals & their beliefs (presented by Pastor Nick Park of the Evangelical Alliance of Ireland) 12.20-13.00: Secularism Talk - 6th year talk on Atheism & the separation of Religion and State (with chair, Michael Nugent, & Human Rights Officer, Jane Donnelly, of Atheist Ireland). 14.40-15.40: Celebrating...

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