TY Robotics Workshop

TY Students attended an Introduction to Robotics Workshops at the DCU LEGO Education Innovation Studio on Oct 2nd & 3rd. It is a programme given to school where students can learn about programming; utilising areas such as Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths. The DCU staff were very impressed with the students enthusiasm and good level of knowledge on both days. Thanks must go to the students for their exemplary work.

Rosmini Triumphs in Enterprise Awards

Rosmini Wins Enterprise Award
Rosmini Wins Enterprise Award
Alison Duff, Megan Murphy and Megan Heaney-Holmes
Lorena Cimpean, proud finalist the LEO Enterprise Awards in Dublin Castle
She created a business trading as E-Cards, which provided seasonal and personal greeting cards in a range of original caricature designs, using recycled materials.

A group of our 4th Years won the Margaret Farrell Perpetual Award, at the LEO Dublin City Enterprise Awards recently for creativity and industrial endeavour.  They created a mini-company called Bow-Bows, selling a range of hair bows made from fabric and duct-tape, into very creative designs. The duct-tape ones are the panel on the at the bottom right of the photo with the girls at their stand. Our students demonstrated their business presentation skills, being finalists at the Dublin City LEO Enterprise Awards recently in Dublin Castle.

Judo School Championship

The Dublin School Championships were held in Colaiste Eoin on Wednesday, 27th November and Rosmini Community School did quite well. Amy Lynch and Mary McGovern won gold and silver in the Senior girls under 52kg category. Conor Madden achieved gold in his weight category. Dean Moore won bronze in the Junior boys under 90kgs and in the Open. Paul Geoghegan won one fight with an excellent hold down.
Congratulations to all of our Rosmini judoka.

Virtual Reality

Transition Year students are attending a lecture in Kevin Street DIT (Friday 15 November) on the topic of Virtual Reality. Dr Bryan Duggan will show how Virtual Reality is becoming mainstream through state of the art technologies.

Titanic Belfast

LCA and TYP students who visited the Titanic Exhibition in Belfast

The Leaving Certificate Applied and Transition Year classes visited Titanic Belfast on Tuesday, 27 November 2012. The tour was a great success and has provided plenty of material for the 6S Hotel, Catering and Tourism, 5S English and Communications and TY Heritage modules. Ms Keegan, Mr Darbey and Mr Faherty paid tribute to the super positive attitude of the pupils who greatly enjoyed the day. The photo shows the group before they boarded the bus. More photos to come.