Rosmini Friendship Day 2018

As an official welcome of our 1st year students to Rosmini, we celebrated Friendship Day on Tuesday 25th September 2018. Students participated in a series of group activities that were focused on developing their communication and teamwork skills. Joined by their peers from TY, 1st years learned how to be a more helpful, approachable and caring friend in school. After a lovely picnic on the grounds of All Hallows, a prayer service was held in the afternoon. Our new students were encouraged to use their gifts and talents to the very best of their abilities.

Ember Training in Ovoca Manor

This year’s Ember Team have been busy preparing for their role as student leaders in the school community. Through group activities and reflective work, our team members have developed the skills of communication and co-operation. They have also learned how to plan, act and reflect on events that will be organised for students in Rosmini. Our students learned how they can energise and set a positive example for their fellow team members out on the various obstacle courses in Ovoca Manor. Wishing our team the very best of luck in the year ahead.

Ember Graduation 2018

Our Ember Team were invited to Clonliffe College today for a special graduation celebration. Father Peter McVerry spoke to students about his work with the homeless. He encouraged the young people present to treat those most vulnerable in society with compassion & dignity. Our team members reflected on their journey over the past year in a beautiful liturgy. Rosmini joined forces with Loreto Foxrock for a lip sync performance of the Cha-Cha Slide. Congratulations to our Ember Team for completing a wonderful year of service to others in our school.

Ember Renewal Day

The Ember Team were invited to talk about all of the wonderful work that they been doing in Rosmini over the past academic year. From organsing events such as Friendship Day and an Intercultural Fair to running a weekly lunchtime club called First Aid for the Mind, our students spoke of their commitment to promoting positive mental health and the celebration of diversity in our school community. In a morning liturgy, our team were blessed with a holy oil to give them strength to serve as mentors to other students in the months ahead.

Saint Vincent de Paul Food Appeal

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 in boxes in designated classrooms in the school over the past three weeks. Local SVP volunteer James Byrne offered thanks to all the students of Rosmini for donating food items.

Mindful Mondays with the Ember Team

Every Monday lunch break from 13.15-13.40, 3rd and 6th year students are invited to take part in Mindfulness Meditation. The Ember Team prepare a meditative space for students to gather and reflect. They encourage students to have some quiet time away from their busy school schedules. Body & Breath, Mindful Mountain, Loving Kindness and Reduce Anxiety are just some of the guided meditations that students participate in. The Ember Team distribute Self Care packs to students.

Friendship Day 2017

The Ember team invited 1st Year and Transition Year students to participate in an exciting day of events to celebrate Friendship Day in Rosmini. Students had lots of fun getting to know one another through icebreakers such as musical chairs and pass the roll. The remainder of the morning was spent exploring key skills that are needed to help build and sustain positive relationships in their lives. Through Speed Talking and Guess the Picture, students' communication skills were put to the test.

Friendship Day 2017

The Ember Team will host a Friendship Day for 1st Year students to officially welcome them to Rosmini Community School. With the support of Transition Year students, they will participate in a series of activities that focus on communication, co-operation, sharing, respect and tolerance. The purpose of this day is to give students the opportunity to become acquainted with one another in an informal setting. The day's events will be both fun and reflective for all involved.