Set up an ECO-UNESCO Club

Students who attended the Regional Training Days are supported to establish ECO-UNESCO Clubs. These clubs provide a support framework for action within the school. The Students club will be the point of contact for the week of action for all management, teaching and non-teaching staff and student body. Ideally a T.Y group will form the […]

Participating Schools

Ulster St Macartan’s College, Co Monaghan Munster Villiers School, North Circular Road, Limerick   Mercy Secondary School , Mounthawk, Tralee, Co, Kerry Coláiste Mhuire, College Road, Ennis, Co, Clare Michaels Community College Kilmihil, Co. Clare Connaught: Mean Scoil Mhuire, Newtownsmith, Galway St Louis community School, Kiltimagh, Co Mayo, Ireland Leinster Coláiste Eoin, Cappagh Road, Finglas, […]

Support for Teachers

In 2014 The Department for Education and Skills produced the National Strategy on Education for Sustainable Development (ESD). This strategy aims to ensure that education contributes to sustainable development by equipping learnings with the relevant knowledge (the ‘what’), the key dispositions and skills (the ‘how’) and the values (the ‘why’) that will motivate and empower […]

Week of Action Information

ECO-UNESCO club in each school will develop its own week of action. Organised between students, teachers and staff, the week aims to celebrate and raise awareness of the local to global action projects undertaken and all the work they have done throughout the year.   During this week: Students raise awareness within their school and […]