Thank you to the students of room 98, 99 &100 who raised €656 and £7 for St. Vincent de Paul in their recent Christmas Crafts Fair. They would also like to thank all at "The Crafty Club" together with 1B and Susan Orr who donated paper crafted Christmas Trees to the event! #charity #community #education
The Student Council in Moville Community College will host Take Me Out this Thursday to raise money for the Ronald McDonald House Charities. The show kicks off at 1pm with 4 contestants taking part. The event is open to TY, 5th and 6th years only and costs just €5 which includes entry, sweets and a raffle ticket. Several local businesses have kindly donated prizes for the raffle. An event not to be missed! Get your tickets today in the foyer at break or lunch.
Promoting Global Goal 12 - Responsible Consumption & Production, This month, in particular, our school has been extremely active in promoting responsible consumption and production in our school in the run up to Christmas. Fairtrade tea and even Fairtrade hot-chocolate being served in the breakfast club to remind us of the importance of thinking about where our food comes from and how employees are treated.This thought can be extended to remind us to think ethically and respo
Students from Moville Community College attended the AGM of the Donegal Youth Council in October. The day consisted of workshops to discuss themes relevant to young people. This year's theme was "Minding your Mental Health".
Moville CC has a long tradition of promoting Global Citizenship in all aspects of school life. We are delighted to be one of only ten schools in Ireland taking part in the EU “Get Up & Goals” project and to be an established member of the Worldwise Global Schools programme,This year, we were delighted to host a number of events as part of this special week in Moville. The events ran form Nov 20-22 inclusive. As part of our work with the EU project , we are working at promotin