Moville Community College is delighted to welcome the Irish Aid team to Moville. We are very excited that Irish Aid availed of our invitation and have decided to use Moville as a pilot programme. Irish Aid usually deliver their student workshops in their centre in Dublin. However, they have decided to travel to Donegal and deliver their workshops here instead on a trial basis.The Irish Aid team will be based here in Moville from Tuesday to Friday. They aim to deliver workshop
The Art Department organised an Art trip for 2nd and 3rd year art students to Glebe House and Gallery to visit the Locky Morris exhibition and to visit Derek Hill house. It was a fantastic day and the students were engaged, interested and respectful.
The 6th Year Leaving Certificate Applied students of Moville Community College held a coffee morning on Wednesday the 6th of November. We were fundraising for four charities that have assisted in the care of Danai Ward son of staff member Kay Ward. The four charities are Crumlin children’s hospital, the Irish Cancer society, Aoibheann’s pink tie and the Ronald McDonald house. We appreciated everyone's support on the day and the school would like to thank the 6LCA class for do
On Thursday 17th of October Transition Year students attended the One World Conference in the Guildhall, Derry. The day began with a remarkable story of compassion and forgiveness by Richard Moore from Children in Crossfire. Richard, a victim of The Troubles in Northern Ireland was blinded for life from the age of ten. He was shot by a British soldier on the way home from school. In spite of this, Richard went on to have a very successful life. In 1996 Richard met the man