Creative Club back in full swing

As an Amber Flag School, we are firmly committed to promoting positive mental health and wellbeing in the lives of our students. Every Thursday and Friday lunch break, 1st Years are invited to Creative Club. There they can play a wide range of board games, take part in a series of mental challenges, do some mindful colouring, make shapes & create designs out of clay and listen to music. Creative Club helps to create a fun and relaxing environment for students. They learn to develop the social skills that are needed to help build and sustain friendships.

Rosmini. Basketball school of the year.

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 U-16 D league champions.

Irish Sign Language Club visits the Deaf Village

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 Hub and a museum that contains artefacts that are of historical importance to the Deaf community.

Sports Day

Mr McKevitt encourages Cian McEvoy in the Bungee Run
The girls' 800m
The boys' 800m
Line up for the start of the sack race

Sports Day took place on Friday last (12 May). The rain threatened but never fully arrived as the morning continued. There was a great mix of serious and novelty events. The senior boys and girls 100m, 400m and 800m races were closely contested (full details to follow). Amongst the novelty events, the 'Human Table Football' and 'Bungee Run' were very popular as were the more traditional three-legged and sack races and the jelly-eating contest!

Paul Geoghegan makes debut at German Judo Blind Open in Heidelberg

Transition Year student Paul Geoghegan recently made his international debut at the German judo Blind Open at the -73kg category. Paul weighed in at 72.8kg and declared "phew, now it's time to eat!." There were many world ranking players in Paul's category so the important goal was to gain experience and prepare for the future. As coach and past pupil Colly Kiernan said, "The competition was fierce, Athletes from all over the world were present, I use the term Athletes because that’s what they were, some of the most competitive and able bodied judo players I have ever seen.

U-16's Win Basketball Final 40-25

The U-16 Basketball team beat Ballinteer Community School in the final of the competition in the Oblate Hall in Inchicore, Wednesday, 14th December. Cheered on by a busload of supporters Rosmini started well, opening a four-point lead with baskets scored by Gareth Breslin. The Rosmini defence was solid to begin with but Ballinteer gained a foothold towards the end of the quarter. Rosmini led 10 -8 at the break.