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The school received great news last week. Rosmini has been awarded school of the year for their league.This is a great honour for us and is a reward for all our hard work and endeavour over the last few years. In each of the last three seasons we have contested three league finals. In 2015 we were runners up in U-19 C final, in 2016 we were plate winners at U-16 D league and this year we were the...
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On Thursday 25th May 2017, Edward Tierney and Karl Connor attended the Amber Flag awards ceremony in Rochestown Park Hotel in Rochestown Cork. They received the Amber Flag in recognition of the work to promote mental health and well-being for all students in Rosmini Community School. A series of initiatives were run in an effort to start a conversation among students about mental health and self...
6 months 3 weeks
On Wednesday 24th May 2017, the Irish Sign Language Club visited the Deaf Village; a state of the art complex that caters for the religious, artistic, social, sporting, historical and educational needs of members of the Deaf and Hard of Hearing Community. Students received a tour of the complex that houses Deaf organisations such as the Irish Deaf Society. They also visited the Emmaus Chapel, The...
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1. Why you shouldn't send inappropriate pictures first of all It is against the law if your under 18 and you can be put on the sex offenders list if you get caught. If you send a picture to a boy/girl they can use it to embarrass you and once you send a photo to someone you can never get rid of that photo also. If he/she asks you for a photo just say no and then you don't have to worry about...
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School Policy on the Non-Consensual Sharing of Inappropriate Content 'Sending nuisance text messages, or the unauthorised taking of images with a mobile phone camera, still or moving, is in direct breach of the school’s acceptable use policy.' We chose this sentence from the Acceptable Use of the Internet policy because it relates to the topics we’ve been discussing in class over the past few...
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The time of year has come to bid farewell to our 6th year students. The Graduation service took place on Tuesday 23rd May 2017 in the Church of All Hallows and Woodlock Hall. The school community gathered together to celebrate the incredible milestone that our students have achieved in completing their secondary school education. In an evening of prayer, reflection and song, students were...
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1st year students completed the Lockers Programme, which aims to assist schools in coping with and preventing the sharing of explicit self-generated images of minors. As part of this programme, students examined the law on intimate image-sharing, the emotions involved in incidents of non-consensual sharing of such content, the issue of victim blaming and the influence of peer pressure with regard...
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Myozan Kodo, Reverend of Zen Buddhism Ireland, met with Transition Year students on Monday 22nd May 2017. They were invited to partake in a Zen Buddhist Guided Meditation. As part of this meditation, students completed a Body Scan to bring peace and harmony to their very being. In his talk, Myozan stated that the Zen school of Buddhism emphasises doing meditation without a goal, with the belief...
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By Sarah Hannigan 1V The first year student council representatives from Rosmini Student Council recently attended the annual ISSU assembly meeting in Liberty Hall. ISSU means Irish Secondary Schools Union and it aims to create a community where every secondary school child's voice can be heard. Before the day we were sent a digital pack containing everything we would need to know. This pack had...
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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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