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3 years 9 months
Class 1C prepare for Halloween
Thanks to Ms McDonnell for the following report from class 1C. As part of our lifeskills class we carved jacko lanterns. As a class we researched the history of the Jack O'Lantern. We then used the 2 classes before our double to prepare for our pumpkin carving. Using our IT skills we researched the various different patterns that we were carving onto our pumpkins. The students printed out the...
3 years 10 months
Maths Week Trip to DCU
DCU celebrated Maths Week by inviting 5th year students from local schools to a Maths Seminar sponsored by AOL.  Ken Whelan, the first speaker showed the students that music is heavily laden with Mathematics.  Complex Maths Functions are used to synthesize music, you have the periodic sequence of scales, sound waves depicted by sine graph and logarithmic scales to calculate intervals to name just...
3 years 10 months
Maths Walk
The first year maths classes went for a maths walk in the locality on Wednesday, 14 October 2014, to discover the mathematics which is all around them. Apart from the squares, circles and rectangles that form part of so many designs and buildings, pupils saw examples of segments, semi-circles, rhombuses and octagons as they walked along. They observed numbers everywhere such as postal districts,...
3 years 10 months
Congratulations to Mr Reddan, Mr Larkin and the junior soccer team who beat Coláiste Reachrann in Donaghmede today, Tuesday, 7 October 2014.  Goalscorers were Jamie Murphy, Jake Donnery (2), Daniel Farrell and Seán Walsh, who scored the goal of the match. Man of the match was goalkeeper, Adam Gallagher, who brought off a series of fine saves. Well done lads!    
3 years 10 months
They have ended up in UCD, DCU, NUI Maynooth, DIT, Blanchardstown IT, Tallaght IT, Dublin Business School, Dundalk IT, Killester College, Marino College, Coláiste Dhulaigh, Whitehall College, Plunkett College, Ballsbridge College and Ballyfermot College. At this time of the year our thoughts turn to our past pupils. The summer is over, the post exam holidays seem like an eternity away. The summer...
3 years 10 months
Postcard to be distributed to primary school pupils in the locality
Our next Information Evening, which will be of interest to primary school pupils and their parents, will take place on Wednesday, 8th October from 7pm to 9pm. Pending the completion of refurbishment works in the school, the event will take place in ChildVision Hall (formerly St. Joseph's School) next door to Rosmini on Gracepark Road.. The first Intake Assessment of the school year will take...
3 years 11 months
On Friday, September 26th, all students will participate on a sponsored walk along Griffith Avenue, in order to raise funds for extra curricular activities. The 6km walk will take students from our All Hallows campus, along Griffith Avenue and back to school afterwards. Students are asked to receive sponsorship for up to €10 which will help fund extra curricular pursuits within the school. A...
4 years 1 month
While our students are all on summer break, a reminder of the hard work in the classroom! Click on a thumbnail to start the show.
4 years 1 month
First year group involved in one book one community
One Book One Community is a community reading project based on the successful One City One Book project that takes place every year in Dublin and in cities across the world. As part of One Book One Community projects, children and their families are encouraged to read and discuss a particular book, along with supporting activities held in schools, libraries and in the community. Here at Rosmini...
4 years 1 month
Our 6th years graduated in style on Wednesday 21st May. A beautiful Mass attended by students, parents and teachers was celebrated in ChildVision Church at 7pm.  The school choir provided the music and the soloists were mainly from our cohort of graduates who also did the readings and the Prayers of the Faithful. As their theme for the evening our 6th years chose ‘New Beginnings’ and many of the...

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