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In the last term of school, 6th year students participated in our Wellbeing Programme. They received talks from various organisations that promote positive mental health and self-care. On Tuesday 16th May 2017, students met with a volunteer from NiteLine, which is a listening, support and information service run by and for a number of affiliated third level colleges & universities. They were...
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The annual Spelling Bee took place between 1st, 2nd, TY and 5th Year students in Woodlock Hall. As it is every year, the standard was very high. The first part of the contest was between Junior students (1st & 2nd years) and this was won by Monica Fayne of 2C. The Senior students (TY & 5th years) also competed and Miriam Akhilomen was victorious here. Congratulations to all that took part...
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Mr McKevitt encourages Cian McEvoy in the Bungee Run
Sports Day took place on Friday last (12 May). The rain threatened but never fully arrived as the morning continued. There was a great mix of serious and novelty events. The senior boys and girls 100m, 400m and 800m races were closely contested (full details to follow). Amongst the novelty events, the 'Human Table Football' and 'Bungee Run' were very popular as were the more traditional three-...
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Applications have now re-opened for most courses. Please note all courses will hold their final round of interviews in August 2017. Media Courses Communications & Media Production (Year 1 & 2), Film Production, Photography Level 6, Journalism, Animation Art & Design Courses Art & Design Portfolio Preparation, Architectural Design & Technology Foundation, Graphic Design (Year...
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Sallynoggin College of Further Education offers an extensive range of QQI Level 5 and 6 awards and ITEC certification. On completing their studies, students may progress to Universities and Institutes of Technology and or directly to employment. The college has developed strong links with both Higher Education Institutes and Industry, we have an increasing number being accepted through CAO and...
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This might be of interest/ relevant to some students in the school. The Access to Apprenticeship Programme is being developed on a pilot basis by DIT’s College of Engineering and Built Environment in partnership with J.P Morgan and ESB. Access to Apprenticeship aims to support the transition of students (16-24 years old) from areas of economic disadvantage into an apprenticeship scheme. For...
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On Thursday 11th May 2017, members of the Ember team were invited to a day of prayer, reflection and celebration in Marino Institute of Education. Students received a very inspiring talk from Brother Byran Shortall about what it was like to grow up in the 1970s and 80s. He spoke about the sense of community and leadership shown by each of the Ember teams over the past year, which has enriched the...
5 months 1 week
In Rosmini, we aim to raise awareness of issues of social injustice affecting the lives of human beings in the world today. We encourage our students to act as ambassadors of justice and peace. This involves each of them actively using their voice to express dissatisfaction with the persecution, exclusion, alienation and marginalisation of those who are denied their human rights. On Monday 8th...
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As part of our Student Wellbeing Programme in Rosmini, 6th Year students received a talk from ReachOut.com, an online youth mental health service. They were introduced to the resources that this site provides in supporting young people going through a tough time. With increased numbers of young people at risk of self-harm and suicide, students learned of the importance of providing quality...
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Rosmini Community School has been invited to participate in the ISPCC's (Irish Society of Prevention of Cruelty to Children) Shield Campaign in 2017-2018. The Shield Programme provides resources to help young people with the necessary coping skills to deal with and protect themselves from bullying. To prepare for this campaign, 1st and Transition Year class groups received a talk from Monica Rowe...

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