2 teachers and 4 students from Holy Names High School in the Leribe District were in Ireland from 25th March to 4th April 2014 as part of the exchange programme between their school and Schull Community College in Cork under the auspices of Irish Aid WorldWise Global Schools (WWGS) Programme. The Programme’s aim is to enhance development education in post-primary schools. Yesterday the visitors attended the Global Schools annual conference and exhibition in Croke Park, Dublin. Also in attendance was Portmarnock Community School which has a partnership with Hlalele High School in Maseru.
Ambassador Phamotse with the teachers and students from Holy Names High School
Ambassador Phamotse and students from PCS at the conference
Meanwhile two teachers from Dahon High School visited Ireland in the beginning of March 2014 as part of the school’s exchange programme with Regina Mundi College in Cork.
Ambassador Phamotse delivering a speech during a visit to Regina Mundi College.
04 April 2014