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10 months 1 week
The Rosmini Dramatic Society are delighted to present their upcoming performance of Grease the Musical. This promises to be a spectacular show with 1950's nostalgia, American high school romance and lots of attitude. Get your leather jackets and pom poms at the ready and join us for a memorable night of entertainment. You can join us on Wednesday 28th February or Thursday 1st March 2018 for our...
10 months 2 weeks
A group of TY students representing Rosmini Community School won the Leinster Lego First League last Saturday. The students, all from Transition Year, were Hannah Yan, Louise Barry, Lucia Chidovat, Tuomas Bazzan, Robert O'Connor, Paul Simionescu, Robert Melciu and Flaviu Mare. They beat six other schools to be crowned champions of Leinster. Students presented a research project on Hydrodynamics (...
10 months 2 weeks
As part of our Beat the January Blues initiative in Rosmini, we commenced a new programme called First Aid for the Mind on Monday 22nd January 2018 in the school. This programme is aimed at empowering young people to take charge of monitoring and protecting their own mental health. Using the Irish Red Cross Youth resource pack, students will learn practical and simple steps to help them...
10 months 3 weeks
CAO - Closing Date for early bird rates is 1st February 2018 HEAR/DARE applications - Contact Mr Digan for further information/advice UFirst Programme - in association with DCU proving an invaluable learning experience for all involved Business in the Community(BITC)/Citco Partnership - Launch of the mentoring programme took place on Wednesday 17th Jan in Citco Offices. This is a wonderful...
11 months 11 hours
On Tuesday 16th January 2018, 3rd and 6th year students participated in Exam Self-Care Workshops. Students were introduced to mindfulness practice as a tool for coping with the increased levels of stress, anxiety and pressure that may experienced during the mock exam period. They were invited to take part in practical exercises to equip them with the skills that are needed to practice self-care...
11 months 15 hours
Before Christmas, Mr Mc Namara ran a “Design a Home” competition for his Technical Graphics classes. There was a lot of great work presented by our budding architects. However, chief architect and main prize winner was Nicole Masterson, First Year. Well done to all. Pictured is Nicole being presented with a Tablet from Mr Mc Namara.
11 months 1 week
The month of January can often be a very stressful time of year for students with settling back into the school routine and preparing for mock exams. Therefore, the Ember Team will be hosting a series of events in school throughout the month of January to help students reduce stress levels and learn how to take their of their physical, mental & emotional wellbeing. These events will include...
11 months 1 week
The school community gathered together for a Christmas Carol Service in Woodlock Hall on Friday 22nd December 2017. Students were invited to reflect on the story of Christ's birth and how it challenges us all to give the very best of ourselves, especially to those most in need over the holidays. A short video on a young boy's very touching act of charity was played during the service. Transition...
12 months 1 day
The Transition Years spent their Friday morning showing off their ICT and Engineering skills to the Minister of Education, Richard Bruton. This took place in the Lego Innovation Studio in DCU. He was greatly impressed with the skills and enthusiasm on show. Thanks to the Transition Years for doing so well and to Mr McNamara for leading the team. The Minister used the occasion to launch the "...
12 months 2 days
The Ember Team have been busy organising this year's SVP Food Appeal. They spoke to every class group about how they can help people in need in their local community by donating non-perishable festive food items to help families and individuals enjoy an extra-special Christmas meal. Posters were displayed around the school promoting the Appeal. The Ember team collected food items that were placed...

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