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A wide-ranging information evening for all parents will take place on Thursday, 11 May next, in Woodlock Hall located in the Senior House building in All Hallows. Student Enrichment Services are providing a talk based on the study skills seminar that each student has attended. This talk has been extremely well received by all those who have attended. It is an amusing and fast moving address,...
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Students at the opening of the school bank
The Rosmini School Bank in association with Bank of Ireland launched on Thursday 4th May. It was a huge success, exceeding their target of accounts opened for Rosmini students by a massive 52%. The Rosmini Bank will remain open for the rest of the school year running on Tuesday and Thursday lunchtime from 1:05 to 1:20. Well done to all the school bank officials involved and many thanks to Henry...
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Our Leaving Certificate Applied class, Ms.Campion (teacher) and Richard (SNA) went on a guided tour of Croke Park, and visited the G.A.A. Museum on Tuesday, 2nd May, as part of an assignment in their Irish course. Bhain gach duine taitneamh as an turas go dti Pairc an Chrocaigh!
3 months 3 weeks
Magic night in Carlingford
Ethan sent us this news at 8pm last night as the (literally) magical evening activities were in full swing. Just as well Monday is a bank holiday, these guys and girls could sleep for a week after this! All going fantastic but Mr Gallagher has quit his job and found a new career... We are having a blast at our evening activity learning all sorts of tricks! Seriously though, this is a fantastic...
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Jack and Nathan working on their blog
Ethan shared this photo of Jack and Nathan.Working hard on the blog on our break on the hike with Warrenpoint, County Down in the background.
3 months 3 weeks
Following an early start, a two-hour trip and a 16 km hike, Ethan Hackett Kissane still managed to find the time to send us his first nightly blog. Thanks Ethan! So today we started off in Rosmini at 8.15am, like could it have been earlier? We then hopped on the bus and left the school at 8.30am. When we arrived we dumped our bags in the activity centre and started on our hike. We started off...
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Transition year students about to bord the bus
The Transition Year class left this morning on the annual Carlingford trip. Staying in the local adventure centre, the group will embark on a hike over the Cooley mountains today and, later, will plan the activities for the coming days. Some of the students will keep a blog of each day's activities which will be uploaded to the website. 5th year students reminisced enviously as they watched the...
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On Monday 24th April 2017, 6th year students participated in a workshop with SHOUTOUT. A group of facilitators shared their own stories, of coming out and of their experiences of hommophobia. Students explored how some language and behaviour in a school environment could be hurtful for their peers. They were informed of the appropriate terminology that is used in the LGBTQ community. A highly...
4 months 2 weeks
Garda David Barron addresses Transition Year
Garda David Barron from the Road Safety Unit visited the school to give the TY class a talk on Road Safety. This is part of Mr Mc Namara’s Drivers' Education class. Garda Barron had a presentation aimed at students on all aspects of road safety from pedestrians to cyclists to motorists.
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Students of Irish Sign Language Club invited a group of Transition Years from Holy Family School for the Deaf to Rosmini Community School on Thursday 6th April 2017. This visit is the first stage in developing a close partnership with students from the deaf and hard of hearding community in Dublin. After an official welcome of our guests, students delivered presentations on the history, ethos and...

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