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2 years 6 months
Ms Ruth Daly from St. Patrick’s University, Maynooth, gave a presentation to the Leaving Certificate students on Friday 9th October.  Her talk was both informative and motivational.  The students were afforded an opportunity to ask questions at the end Many students are availing of the additional supports being offered through DCU and the Northside Partnership Programme.  Extra classes in Irish...
2 years 6 months
On Thursday the 1st of October, Mr Faherty & Mr. Turbitt brought a group of 5th & 6th year students to a talk from a holocaust survivor, Tomi Reichental. He spoke passionately and informatively on his experience of life inside the Bergen-Belsen concentration camp. He captured the attention of the students with his honest delivery and they thoroughly enjoyed the trip. Read more about Mr...
2 years 6 months
The 6th year art class attended the 'Sculpture in Context' Exhibition at the National Botanic Gardens. The visit was part of their History and Appreciation of art course.
2 years 6 months
Students attend Ember training
In September a group of fifth year students were selected to go to Avoca Manor. There they took part in training for a religious leadership programme called Ember. This training involved lots of team building and leadership tasks. Lorena Cimpean, Jamie Hopkins, Megan Heeney-Holmes, Eoin Maxwell, Kelly Supple, and Roisín O’Sullivan Doyle are all part of the Ember team. As part of their role they...
2 years 6 months
The 6th Years attended the Higher Options event organised by the Irish Times in conjunction with the Institute of Guidance Counsellors (IGC) on Friday 18th September in the RDS.  They also attended the Education Fair on Thursday 15th October 2015 in Parnell’s GAA Club, Coolock.  On this occasion they were joined by class 6S who are following the Leaving Certificate Applied Programme.  There were...
2 years 7 months
6th Year Art Class trip to the Botanic Gardens
The 6th Year Art class visited the 'Sculpture in Context' Exhibition at the National Botanic Gardens yesterday with their teacher, Ms Keenan. The photos are of pieces that were most appreciated by the pupils. The visit was part of their History and Appreciation of Art course.
2 years 7 months
On Tuesday the 6th of October both Leaving Cert and 5th year students attended the Abbey Theatre for a talk on the 1916 rising to coincide with the students starting Sean O'Casey's magnificent play The Plough and The Stars.  Students had the privilege and pleasure of taking part in a talk by historian Fearghal McGarry for the launch of his essay The Abbey Theatre and Easter 1916 and for a...
2 years 7 months
On Friday the 2nd of October Transition year students visited the Irish Aid Centre on Clonmel Street. They attended the centre as part of their TY religion course on Human Rights. The aim of the aid programme is to reduce poverty and hunger, particularly in sub-Saharan Africa where the needs are greatest.  By supporting long term development and providing humanitarian assistance in over eighty...
2 years 7 months
The Rosmini Community School Information Evening takes place in ChildVision Hall at 7pm on Wednesday, 23 September.
2 years 12 months
Second Year Hike
Although the day began ominously with the patter of a few raindrops, the classes of 2R and 2G managed to get some of the best of the May weather last Thursday, 21st May on their hike. With a delayed start to the day, the group was put through a forced march to the Clontarf dart station to catch the 9.10am hourly train to Greystones. With minutes to spare the train was boarded and the journey to...

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