started up ten years ago in Moville Community
College as an extra curricular activity. From then,
it has branched into all areas of the school life.
It is evident throughout every corridor, classroom,
green area, school magazine, local papers and from a
stroll around the school. The Inishowen college
champions all aspects of sustainable development and
they look forward to expanding these projects into
the future. Students have focused in particular on
issues relating to equality, fair trade and climate
justice", said Aishling McGrath, WWGS Director.
Rachel McCourt and Colleen Cooney from Moville
Community College were amongst 320 people from 60
secondary schools gathered recently in Croke Park
for the 6th annual Irish Aid WWGS conference
‘Connecting for Change’.