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Loreto Dalkey

The Student Council of Loreto Dalkey took the lead in having their school be the first of the 2019-2020 academic year to receive the Volunteering For All Award 26 November, 2019. The students surveyed 573 of their peers and drafted their schools Volunteering For All Award. Through their survey, they learned that all students are…

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Loreto Clonmel Receives VFA Award

On Tuesday, 10 December 2019 Loreto Clonmel became the first school in county Tipperary to receive the Volunteering For All Award in 2019-2020 academic year. The students surveyed 367 of their peers and created a wonderful Volunteering For All Charter. 81% of students are actively involved in volunteering, 22 different nationalities are represented in the…

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St. Mary’s Secondary School Glasnevin

St. Mary’s Secondary School received their Volunteering For All Award on 14 May, 2019. A total of 542 students were surveyed to learn about their volunteer experiences and the diversity of the school. Students learned that 19% of their peers are from another country, and that Irish, Tagalog, Romanian, Spanish, French, Polish, Russian and Malayalam…

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Students of Colaiste Mhichíl CBS

The students of Colaiste Mhichíl CBS received the Volunteering For All Award on 15 May, 2019. The Volunteering For All workshop participants surveyed their peers to receive a 70% response rate to learn about their efforts in volunteerism, and to learn about school diversity. Many of the students are currently involved and volunteering in their…

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Ashbourne Community School

Ashbourne Community School received their Award on 13 May, 2019. The students surveyed 70% of their peers to learn about their efforts in volunteerism and to learn about school diversity, and created their Volunteering For All Charter. The VFA Charter highlights the students rights and responsibilities as volunteers. School staff were delighted to see how…

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The Peace and Justice committee of St. Mary’s Academy

The Peace and Justice committee of St. Mary’s Academy received the Volunteering For All Award on 13 May, 2019. The group works together on various projects to build a deeper awareness of social justice issues within their local community. Students surveyed over 390 members of their peer group within the school to learn about their…

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Tyndall College Receives their Award

Tyndall College received their Award on 13 May, 2019. The students surveyed 70% of their peers to learn about their efforts in volunteerism and to learn about school diversity, and created their Volunteering For All Charter. The VFA Charter highlights the student’s rights and responsibilities as volunteers. Many of the students are currently involved and…

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Students of Celbridge Community School

The students of Celbridge Community School received the Volunteering For All Award on 28 May, 2019. 322 students were surveyed to learn about their efforts in volunteerism, and to learn about school diversity. Students learned that 18% of their peers are from another country, and that 24 languages other than English are represented in the…

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Larkin Community College

Larkin Community College became the very first secondary school in the country to receive the Volunteering For All Award on 30 November, 2019. Students surveyed their peers and created their Volunteering For All School Charter to receive the Award. Over 70% of students currently volunteer outside of school hours, and 80% of students in the…

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St. Mochta’s National School

St. Mochta’s National School became the very first primary school in the country to receive the Volunteering For All Award. The school participated in the workshop on the 10th of January, and completed their challenges by the 8th of February. Students appeared on RTE News2Day to celebrate their achievements. It was found that 33 different…

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Clonturk Community College

Clonturk Community College received their Volunteering For All Award on 28 March, 2019. Surveying over 70% of the school population. Students learned that 24 of their peers are from another country, 140 have relatives that live in another country. Some students are actively engaged in coaching local football teams, homework clubs, volunteering with elderly groups,…

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Luttrellstown Community College

Luttrellstown Community College received their Volunteering For All Award on 22 May, 2019. Councillor Ted Leddy presented the Award. Students surveyed 565 of their peers to learn about their volunteer history, and to learn about the great diversity in their school. Over 38 different nationalities are represented in the school, 59% of students surveyed speak…

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