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We were delighted to welcome Sakhya Prema and the team from BHS who came over from the UK to deliver workshops on the Buddhist religion. During these workshops, 1st and 2nd year students explored Mahayan and Theravada Buddhist culture. They were given a detailed understanding of India and Asia's ancient history; reincarnation and Netwon's law of karma. Students gained a deeper understanding of...
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Learning how to communicate through Irish Sign Language and Braille Mark Twain once wrote that 'kindess is a language that the deaf can hear and the blind can see'. During Diversity Week 2017, students in Rosmini Community School learned of the importance of treating all people with tolerance and respect. They explored cultures and traditions from around the world. On Thursday 9th November, 1st...
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As part of the Leaving Certificate Applied course, class 6S went to see God Has No Country in Dublin's Smock Alley Theatre. Students were blown away by writer and actor Donal Courtney's one-man performance of Monsignor Hugh O Flaherty, the Irish priest who helped 6,500 Jews hide from the Nazis in WWII. Students were lucky enough to speak to Courtney afterwards and were given insights into the...
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Alan Lyne and Enya Harrison from Maynooth University Israel Society met with students from Rosmini Community School on Wednesday 8th November 2017. 1st and 3rd year students were invited to explore the different religions and communities that exist in Israel. They learned about traditional kosher foods that are consumed at the dinner table by Israelis. Alan and Enya taught a few words of greeting...
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Diversity Week gives students the opportunity to explore the beliefs, traditions and rituals in each of the major world religions. Their knowledge of Christianity, Islam, Judaism, Hinduism, Buddhism and Religious Culture in Ireland was put to the test in an interactive quiz. The results from all of the teams that participated was very impressive. Congratulations to Tuomas, Martha, Gabriel and...
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Diversity Week 2017 commenced with a trip to two sacred places of worship. 2nd year students began their morning with a visit to the Hindu Vinayaka Temple in Kingswood. They were given an introduction to the beliefs, practices and rituals that are practiced by the local community of Hindu believers. Time was spent observing morning prayers that were led by Priest Sri Muthu Swamy Ranganathan....
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And the Winners are! On Thursday last, 19th October, ten Transition Year students from Rosmini attended a BUILD AN APP DAY at Oracle, Eastpoint Business Park. The day was a joint venture between Oracle and Business in the Community. John Donnelly, Country Manager with Oracle, started off the day by welcoming four schools. The schools present were Marino College, St Josephs C.B.S., O'Connells and...
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The Transition Year geography class went to the beach on Friday, 20th October last. Not for them the airbeds, beach balls and ice cream. As the pictures show, they are being put through their paces by Ms O'Gorman and Richie McDonnell studying the coastal environment.
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The 6th years as part of their Geography Leaving Certificate course went on a field trip to Kippure Estate, Co.Wicklow. Here they put many skills they learned in the classroom into practice. They used various pieces of equipment to carry out a variety of investigations along the course of the River Liffey. They then spent some time analysing and writing up their results. It was a very enjoyable...
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On Thursday 12th October 2017, 6th year students and the Ember Team attended Zeminar in the RDS Arena. This event promotes the development and wellbeing of young people in Ireland today. Throughout the day, students attended workshops on mental health and career development, listened to talks from influential speakers, received essential resources and participated in fun activities. Thanks to Ms...

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