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Events: Rosary Post Primary & Further Education

Click on the links below for photos of some of our events




Celebrating 160 Years (2006)
This year, 2006, is the one hundred and sixtieth anniversary of the foundation of St. Mary‚€ôs School for Deaf Girls. To mark this very special historical occasion, a number of celebrations have been organised. The school is a hive of activity preparing for the musical production of ‚€úOliver‚€Ě in December. Staff and students in both Marian Primary School and Rosary Post-primary School have been working very hard over the past few months, from designing and making costumes, designing and painting scenery to learning songs, dances and dialogue.

A special Mass will be celebrated by Archbishop Diarmuid Martin in St. Vincent‚€ôs Centre on December 15th.

Sincere thanks to all involved. These celebrations are a worthy tribute to all who over the past one hundred and sixty years have passed through the doors of St. Mary‚€ôs either as a student or as a member of staff.


"Camp Nou" - Transition Year 2006 (2006)


PLC Graduation (2006)
all photos by Kathleen O Brien


2006 -Debs Night (2006)
here are some photos, taken by Ms Mc Nally and Caroline Mc Grotty.


School Calendar 2006/2007 (2006)
The new school calendar is now available, please click here to view it.


Maths Week - Marian School (2006)
A week of Maths ! Oh No !!

But this was fun !
The week included Maths Trails and team games.
Believe it or not, "throwing the frog" was part of the fun and games.


A Visit to Dublin Zoo (2006)
Junior classes went on a trip to Dublin Zoo. The girls particiularly wanted to see the penguins after seeing the film March of the Penquins



New Downloads (2006)
We have collated our Junior and Leaving Certificate results from 1995 to 2005 into a couple of PDF documents. These are available in the downloads section.


Survey - School Leavers (2006)
Eda Walshe, one of our teachers, recently did a survey of School Leavers between the Years 1998 and 2005. The graphs below show both the career path the students followed immediately after leaving school as well as their current positions.

Clicking on either graph will open an enlarged version in a new window.


Board Game Day (2006)
Marian School held a Board Game Morning and some invited some classes from St Josephs to join in the fun and games. everyone had a brilliant time, trying out all the different games.