21st December 2017

On Tuesday 19th of December teachers of Roscommon Community College participated in a regional training day on the new Junior Certificate programme. Teachers found this day very beneficial in reinforcing active teaching methodologies already used within the classroom and introducing new ones. At the centre of discussions in the different subject teaching groups,  

 

 

14th December 2017

It was with great pleasure that Roscommon Community College Choir accepted the invitation to perform carols and Christmas songs on Market Square in Roscommon on Saturday 16th of December. Our choir is a mixed choir with sopranos, altos, tenors and bases. The well-known Solstice choir will also be performing at the event. It will be a fantastic opportunity for the choir to display their talents to the wider community and contribute to the festive cheer within the town. 

 

 

14th December 2017

The very best of luck to RCC’s Cadette Volleyball team as they compete in the All-Ireland Semi Finals which are being held in the University of Limerick Sports Arena in the New Year.

After their great success in November, the girls have made it to the final eight teams in Ireland. They will travel to Limerick on the 9th of January where they will face schools from Kilkenny, Kerry and Dublin, in the hopes of making it through to the All-Ireland Final.

We wish the ladies every success and hope that they enjoy the great experience. Best of luck.

 

Team: Shannon Carter, Yasmin Cunningham. Caoimhe Leonard, Ina Van Opstal. Tara Hegarty, Zara Grehan, Tara Naughton, Roksana Ptak, Lauryn Flaherty, Rachael Tarmey, Maebh Hickey, Tia Cronin and Laura Leonard.  

 

 

 

14th December 2017

Our Transition Year girls recently took part in the Secondary School Sports Programme. The programme consisted of dance, team bonding activities and various forms of fun physical activities. The sessions lasted one hour each week for four weeks. All of the girls were tested in numerous activities and it highlighted how physical activity can be achieved at all levels of fitness in a non-competitive environment. Their instructor Charlene Hussey did a great job in keeping the girls interested and motivated throughout. The girls really embraced and enjoyed the programme thoroughly and hope to continue physical activity to improve their own health and wellbeing. Well done girls!

 

 

14th December 2017

Many congratulations are extended from all at Roscommon Community College to our esteemed staff member Conor Devaney who has been named Captain of the Roscommon Senior football team for 2018. Conor has dedicated a huge amount of time to the coaching and training of teams in our school and we are thrilled that his commitment to Roscommon Senior football has been rewarded.

 

 

 

 

 

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