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7 months 3 weeks
Business in the Community/ESB Partnership
Fifth Years attended ESB Head Office in East Wall on Thursday 2nd February for a “Day in the Life” seminar. They interviewed five ESB employees from different departments and were given an opportunity to make an LED Torch after some very tasty refreshments. The day was organised by Anne Cooney (E.S.B.) and Cliona Fitzsimons (Business in the Community). All students benefited from the experience...
8 months 5 days
All first year classes attended “Fighting Words”, Roddy Doyle’s creative writing centre on Monday, 13th February last under the careful eye of Mr Darbey. Fighting Words provides free tutoring in creative writing for students of all ages in Ireland. Further information from www.fightingwords.ie
8 months 5 days
St. Valentine was a Christian priest who lived in Ancient Rome. He was executed by Emperor Claudius on the 14th February 270AD for celebrating weddings of marrying couples who were truly in love. To celebrate this day: Students of 1A and 3S explored the history of St. Valentine and his mission to bless couples in the eyes of God. They made colourful Valentine cards to show their appreciation for...
8 months 2 weeks
The theme of Catholic School’s Week 2017 is Caring for Our Common Home. Students in Rosmini learned the importance of protecting our environment. They explored the devastating effects of climate change on people and the planet that was highlighted by Pope Francis in his encyclical, Laudato Si. A variety of activities had taken place throughout the week to help create awareness of this issue…....
9 months 1 day
Mindfulness is a practice that helps you to focus on your experience in the present, forgetting about the past and future, or time itself passing – as well as about any thoughts or emotions that enter your mind. Every Monday afternoon, students of 3S practice mindfulness. This week we looked at how busy we often are watching out for what’s ahead of us in life, that we don’t take the time to enjoy...
9 months 1 day
3rd and 6th Mock Exam Prayer Service On Monday 16th January 2017, 3rd and 6th year students took part in a prayer service for their mock examinations. We, in Rosmini, felt that it was very important to give our students the time to pray and reflect as they make their final preparations for this week’s exams. The mocks can be a challenging time for students, causing much anxiety and stress....
9 months 3 days
The very first meeting of Creative Club took place on Thursday 12th January 2017. This is an exciting new initiative aimed at 1st and 2nd year students who wish socialise, relax, engage in team-building activities and make new friends in a warm and inviting setting. The Resource Room was transformed into a vibrant and colourful space for the gathering. Tables were decorated with positive...
10 months 20 hours
On 8th December 2016 1st and 2nd year Rosmini Business Studies students went on a class trip to Dáil Éireann. Here we learned about the business and history of the Government and Dáil Éireann. We heard about national budgets, government departments, imports and exports, Brexit, the Senate and Irish history. All students were great ambassadors for their school on the day. It was a great trip and...
10 months 21 hours
Congratulations to all Rosmini’s Young Entrepreneurs on their very impressive and successful businesses in this year’s school Enterprise Day. A lot of hard work was put in by all students who partook in this year’s event. This hard work starts months before the Enterprise Day in December. Planning began with the idea generation stage and was then followed by creating a full business plan for the...
10 months 1 day
For the past few weeks 1A have been exploring different societies, cultures and traditions as part of their class with Ms. Flynn and Ms. A. Kavanagh. We have learned all about England and enjoyed a Christmas themed afternoon tea. We all had a really enjoyable time and dined like royalty. We are looking forward to exploring many other countries this year. Passports at the ready!

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