Let your creative side out. We are now enrolling for acrylic art and sketching classes resuming this September. Read more..
Summer Camp is now sold out. We hope you all have a fun filled camp again this year with loads of fun trips and activities. Read more..
Talking about suicide can save lives for you or someone you are concerned or care about. Learn about the language of suicide. Read more..
Do you like to walk regularly? Why not join our walk for well-being group at the centre every Wednesday. Read more..
We are now running a grief cafe for people who have suffered loss or bereavement in their lives. Read more..
Rosemount FRC is inviting LGBTQ+ young people who are aged between 12 & 15 years of age to join our LGBTQ+ Youth group. Read more..
We are a community led organisation that provides vital support and services to the residents of Rosemount and the surrounding area. The centre can create opportunities for social involvement, learning new things, making connections and make it a better place for everyone to live. We work with all the people of Rosemount and surrounding areas of Columbanus, Farrenboley, Mulvey & Goatstown Close and Dundrum creating opportunities for involvement, learning and connection in order to address the needs of the community and enhance the quality of life.
Just a selection of what we do..
The Centre runs a homework club for Primary School children from 1st to 6th class.
With supervision, providing access to the internet for school projects 4 afternoons a week during school terms.
By having most of the curriculum books, a child does not miss out on doing homework.
Rosemount provides quiet and friendly spaces for individuals and small groups to attend the centre and study their secondary subjects.
Over the years, this has proven to be of great assistance to those individuals who find it hard to find a quiet space to study at home. It normally runs after school for one hour on selected evenings from 4 -5.30 pm.
Our Grinds Supports cover a broad spectrum of the Irish education system and are demand led. They include a number of different subjects including Maths, Biology, Irish, English, Business Studies, Accountancy and French at both Junior and Leaving certificate level.
These grinds run from Monday to Thursday between 4.15 to 7pm. Additional provisions may be possible.
Our Coding Class is a community based computer programming initiative for young people which is led by volunteers.
Classes are targeted for children aged 7 and upwards and are designed to help its participants to learn how to design and develop games, animations and websites and to explore technology in a fun community setting.
About the FRC programme
Rosemount FRC is supported by Tusla Child and Family Agency through their Family and Community Services Resource Centre Programme providing services and supports to local communities. The aim of the FRC programme is to combat disadvantage and improve the functioning of the family unit. Read more.