Third Years

3rd & 6th Year Exam Self-Care Workshops

On Tuesday 16th January 2018, 3rd and 6th year students participated in Exam Self-Care Workshops. Students were introduced to mindfulness practice as a tool for coping with the increased levels of stress, anxiety and pressure that may experienced during the mock exam period. They were invited to take part in practical exercises to equip them with the skills that are needed to practice self-care in the weeks ahead. Students were led on a Calming Anxiety Guided Meditation to help them release any tension that they may be feeling ahead of the their exams.

1st and 3rd Year Workshops on Israeli Culture & Religion

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 in Hebrew, the official language of Israel. Students were informed of different genres of music that are popular in this middle eastern country.

Junior Certificate Results

Happy Junior Certificate students get their results

Congratulations to all our Junior Certificate students who received their results yesterday. The happy, smiling faces tell the story of their success (or is that just because they were allowed home a little earlier than usual!). Either way, start working NOW for Leaving Certificate, guys and girls. Start early, lessen the stress!

Creative Writing Workshop

Third years attend the creative writing workshop in Smock Alley Theatre

Ms O'Gorman's third years attended a creative writing workshop in Smock Alley Theatre, Temple Bar, 14th November, 2013. This event was part of the Dublin Book Festival. 

The Children’s and Schools’ Programme featured 18 events (all free entry) and covered everything from storytelling and treasure hunts, to cartoon and book binding workshops.

The Dublin Book Festival is a partnership between DBF and Dublin City Public Libraries and its Dublin UNESCO City of Literature office.