Green–Schools is the Irish branch of an international environmental education programme and award scheme known as Eco-Schools. It is designed to raise students’ awareness of environmental and sustainable development issues through classroom study and whole-school initiatives. In the North Monastery, we promote active citizenship and care for our environment everyday within our teaching and within our community.
North Monastery Secondary School is proud of its current Green Flag status for recycling and energy. We are currently working on our third flag for water usage. Our Green Schools Committee is made up of teaching staff and students from across each year group. They meet every Monday at lunchtime to hold meetings regarding projects being run in the school.
- Green Flag Coordinator: Ms. Coleman
- Mr Barry
- Ms Sheeran
- Mr Healy
- Ms Barry
- Chairperson: Lee Quilligan (6th Year)
- Secretary: Adam O’Mahony (6th Year)
- Ryan O’Sullivan
- Luke O’ Connor Hogan
- Owen Roache
- Eoin Mc Philbin
- Cian Boland
- Tyrek Odebiyi
- Presley Osagie
- Evan Lucey
- Sean O’ Lynch
- Diarmuid Lyons
- Piotr Pawlowski
The Green Schools Committee participated in the ‘Big Beach Clean’ in September and they attended a water workshop in the Lifetime Lab at the beginning of October.
Currently in their final stages of the ‘7 step’ programme, they are eligible to apply for the water flag this year.
Learn more about Green-Schools programme follow the link: greenschoolsireland.org. Contact our Green Schools Committee at firstname.lastname@example.org.