The Student Council is organising a non-uniform/ Christmas jumper day on Monday 21st December. Prizes will be given out to the most festive outfit in every year group. Students are asked to bring in €2 which will be donated to St Vincent de Paul and The North West Simon Community.
A big “Thank You” to all the students, staff and wider community who have supported the TY Global Citizenship project by purchasing the “Home Sweet Home” books and masks over the past few weeks. A special thanks to the entire Moville community for their generosity last Friday . It was a very successful day and your support is genuinely appreciated. All proceeds will be divided between our school and St. Francis NS . Funds raised will be put towards environmental projects. The
This notice applies to all ETB schools in Donegal. Re: Travel Abroad for Students over the Christmas Period 3rd December 2020 Dear Parent/Guardian, I hope you are looking forward to the Christmas period after a most challenging year for us all. During the Christmas period, many families have traditionally travelled for family gatherings. I wish to draw your attention to the updated advice as regards overseas travel in light of the forthcoming Christmas holiday period. I am do
Moville CC and St. Francis NS in Clonmany have been involved it a joint Global Citizenship project on Palm Oil. The 6th class students designed and wrote the story book with Moville Community College TY students compiling the activity book. Story & activity book :Price 5 euro Story & activity book set plus mask :Price 8 euro. All proceeds will go towards environmental projects in both schools. All items on sale Friday afternoon Dec 4th 12.45-2.30pm in the main reception area
By Zach Conlon,Transition Year student, Moville CC The story behind the innovative joint project between Moville Community College and the students of Clonmany National school is a heartbreaking one. The real story of palm oil has been hidden from everyone. The students of these fantastic two schools are doing this project to raise awareness of our fragile planet and the species we live with. What is the real story? The real story is that humans are depriving many animals lik