The Good News: 48 schools have now applied for Year 2 of the MissionV Programme. Needless to say we’re absolutely thrilled about this – it’s an enormous vote of confidence in the value of MissionV. However…
The Bad News: This year has seen budgets cut significantly and we are operating in a very challenging funding environment. As a result we’ve had to get creative . . .
So, MissionV is excited to announce that we will soon be running a funding campaign through Fundit. And we’re looking for your input please.
How long should the campaign run for? What rewards would you like to see? What kind of video should we produce?
In fact we’d particularly welcome your input on the video, which is a very important part of any fundit campaign. What tone should we aim for? Serious or playful? Regular or novelty? What story should we tell?
How would you tell our story? How would you describe MissionV? Is it an online service? An ICT tool? A learning programme? Where does it fit in the vast landscape of educational initiatives?
To get your creative juices flowing we invite you to watch a brand new video from one of the teachers on last term’s programme – Padraig O’Beirne, principal at Gortskehy National School in Co. Mayo.