The National Sport School will receive applications from students who as from next scholastic year wish to pursue their academic studies as well as train in the sport they excel in. All male and female students from Malta and Gozo, born in 2009, who will successfully complete their sixth year at Primary School and who are deemed talented and highly promising in their field of sport by coaches within their respective National Sport Association, are eligible to apply for entrance into the National Sport School. Continue reading
The first Leadership for Change Policy Meeting was held at Xara Palace, Rabat, Malta, on the 5th of December 2019. The aim of the meeting was to promote our project with all the schools within our college, as well as subject Educational Officers who would be be able to disseminate the information amongst all schools in Malta and Gozo.
On the 27th of November, 2019, the educators participating in the Erasmus+ Project, Leadership for Change, met for the second annual workshop at Rabat Middle School, Malta. The cohort consisted of Senior Leadership Team members from three schools at St.Nicholas College: Attard Primary School, Rabat Middle School and Dingli Secondary School. The meeting followed a busy year full of activities, most notably, the school exchange visits and participation in the Massive Open Online Course (MOOC) available to project partners from Malta, Belgium, Spain, Portugal and Italy. Attending the workshop was also Ms. Alex Licht, on behalf of the leading partners, European Schoolnet.
The Directorate for Digital Literacy and Transversal Skills has just issued the calendar of events for this scholastic year. Activities include EMBED Awards, Coding Activities, the second phase of SELFIE, eTwinning Activities and more. Click on the link below to gain access to the full set of activities planned:
St Martin’s feast, which is commemorated on 11th November, is full of traditions. One tradition is to give children a bag full of assorted nuts and fruits. This year, the EkoSkola committee at Dingli Primary, decided to start using cloth bags instead of plastic or paper bags. These cloth bags are made of reused material and were sewn by the Ladies Group in Dingli. Those students who returned the cloth bags to school were refunded €1. The cloth bags were collected to be used again next year. Continue reading