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Global Citizenship School

Scoil Moibhi became an INTO Global Citizenship school in September 2016.


What is a Global Citizenship School?

These are schools that make a commitment to learn about and act upon global issues.  Humanity is interdependent.  Our school has made a commitment to promote a more just, equitable and sustainable world for all.


What does the school do?

  1. Our school teaches Global Citizenship lessons to all or some of the classes.
  2. The classes involved take some follow up action based on what they learned.
  3. Our whole school is informed of the preceding learning and actions.

Trocaire Cake Sale 2017

The 5th & 6th class ran a cake sale on Wednesday 20th December 2017. A fantastic €916 was raised. This will be used to purchase Trocaire gifts for developing countries.

Leaving Home- The Stories of Brigit and Sami.mp4

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This cartoon was produced by the Global Schools project. It compares the experience of Syrian refugees with that of Irish people during the famine. It conveys the message in a simple and understandable way for children and adult alike. Our principal, Johnny Tyndall was involved in the development of the resource.

Teaching Nicaragua

This is "Teaching Nicaragua" by Trocaire on Vimeo, the home for high quality videos and the people who love them.

This documentary was made by Trocaire and follows a study visit to Nicaragua by a group of Irish teachers in 2016.  Our Principal, Johnny Tyndall, took part in the trip. The documentary features a lot of footage of our school and the work Trocaire do.

Trocaire Cake Sale: December 2016

The pupils of 5th & 6th Class held a very successful cake sale for Trocaire on Friday 16th of December.  There was great support on the day and they raised a superb €680 for Trocaire. They have used this money to purchase Trocaire gifts which will support Trocaire's work in the world's poorest places.




Global Schools: Primary Education for a Just World

Teacher Exchange programme 2017: Ireland-Portugal


Principal Johnny Tyndall will be taking part in the Global Schools: Primary Education for a Just World  exchange in March 2017.  This is an EU funded project, being delivered across 10 European countries and 17 partners, which aims to embed Global Citizenship Education in primary schools through teacher and student education, research and information sharing.  


Participants in the exchange have the opportunity to:

  • explore the primary education system in a different national context, with a specific focus on Global Citizenship Education.
  • explore and compare resources designed to aid the teaching of Global Citizenship Education.
  • participate in Global Citizenship Education activities and seminars.
  • visit local Non Government Organisations (NGO's).
  • visit local schools.
  • explore the culture and heritage of Portugal.
  • contribute to a new Global Citizenship Education resource for Irish schools.



Trocaire Study Visit to Nicaragua

In February 2016 Principal Johnny Tyndall took part in a study visit to Nicaragua with Trocaire. The visit took place over 10 days and was made up of a group of 6 qualified and 2 student teachers, who were accompanied by 3 Trocaire staff from Ireland.  Prior to the visit all participants took part in a one day training session in November 2015, followed by a weekend training in January 2016.


During the 10 days the group visited the Trocaire Nicaragua office and a number of Trocaire programmes working on climate justice and gender issues.  They got to witness first hand Trocaire's partnership approach and see the impact of the work, which is only possible because of the support of people and schools from Ireland.  Whilst there the teachers also participated in a number of development education and Trocaire workshops, and visited a local primary and post primary school.


On their return the group had to deliver an action plan to help mobilize students, teachers and people in their communities.  Some of the activities undertaken in Scoil Moibhi included: Cake sales, Trocaire boxes, mass speaking, TV appearances (News2day on RTE2), regional finalist in Our World Irish Aid Awards and the creation of a mural in Skerries.