Literacy

One Book One Community

One Book One Community
One Book One Community

All first years are taking part in the One Book One Community initiative with 16 other primary and secondary schools in the area.
They attended the opening ceremony on January the 20th.

One Book One Community is a community reading project based on the successful One City One Book project that take place ever year in Dublin and in cities across the world. As part of One Book One Community projects, children and their families are encouraged to read and discuss a particular book, along with supporting activities held in schools, libraries and in the community

The Blue Horse - "One Book, One Community" Official Launch

Marita Conlon-McKena, author of The Blue Horse poses for a photo with our first year students after the launch of One Book One Community 2015

The launch of "One Book, One Community" was held in O’Connell’s School Hall on Thursday 29th January. Mr Turbitt, Ms Ginnelly, Mr Darbey and Ms Bourke accompanied the first years to the event. The author, Marita Conlon-McKenna gave a wonderful talk and then made herself available for pictures with the students. A great day was had by all and now let the reading begin!

One Book, One Community

Cover of "The Blue Horse" by Marita Conlon-McKenna

Rosmini Community School, along with 15 other Primary and Secondary Schools in the area, is taking part in the One Book, One Community Project over the next 2 months. This is an exciting literacy project, organised by the Home School Community Liaison teachers, which is aimed at promoting reading in the school, the home and the community.

One Book One Community

First year group involved in one book one community
Staff and student group involved in one book one community
One book one community poster
Once book cover

One Book One Community is a community reading project based on the successful One City One Book project that takes place every year in Dublin and in cities across the world. As part of One Book One Community projects, children and their families are encouraged to read and discuss a particular book, along with supporting activities held in schools, libraries and in the community. Here at Rosmini we are proud to be involved in this wonderful project and to be working together with the other schools in our local area to promote a love of reading.