The students are busy in Moville Community College with #take1week lessons in Modern slavery (Global Goal 8) in CSPE, sustainable practices in cookery in Home Economics (Global Goal 12) and palm oil production and Turf cutting in Global citizenship (Global Goal 12, 13 and 15). Upcycling T-shirt’s in Home Economics (Global Goal 12) and Homelessness (Global Goal 10). All to celebrate ETBI’s dedication to the Development Goals.
Donegal Youth Council Elections The Donegal Youth Council works to represent the voices of young people in our county and raises topics and issues important to young people at local and national level. It is made up of 39 young people aged between 12-18 in Donegal, elected from schools and youth groups. There are 4 students from Moville Community College who have put themselves forward for election onto the Donegal Youth Council. Elections will be held on Friday 20th November
Congratulations to the Student Council and students in Moville Community College who raised over €840 during their recent non-uniform day. The money will be donated to the Laura Lynn Children's Hospice in memory of Tomás Mullan.
The Donegal Youth Council represents all young people across Donegal and is made up of representatives from schools and youth groups in the county. The group of 36 young people aged between 12-18 meet once a month to identify issues and promote projects to improve the lives of all young people in Donegal. They are currently seeking new representatives to take part for the next 2 years. If you are interested in representing your school please speak to a member of the Studen