The Danish Indian NGO Moving School implements school projects for seasonal labour migrants in the Southwest India. The idea with the schools is to educate the illiterate children of the migrants in the temporary settlements. The schools are mobile and can be moved to the places where education is needed the most. Through empirical investigations carried out in the North of Goa, the Moving School organization and the migrants are examined. The research focus is on how Moving School tries to implement school projects in the settlements where the migrants stay, with particular attention to the communication methods used to inform about its intentions and which impact the development intervention has on their lives. The study reviews and contextualizes participatory development communication and participatory rural appraisal (PRA), which are respected tools to use in order to implement development projects. The theories are tested on the practical work of MS. The impact of the development intervention is discussed concerning the intervention in the migrants’ traditional way of living.