The first primary school at Dingli was founded in 1858. In 1903, it moved to 17, Main Street. These first 8 classrooms are still being used to date. In the early 1960′s, a new wing was built. Before being amalgamated with the primary school, for a number of years the newly-built block was used as an Area Secondary School. In 1975 the first Kindergarten class was opened. Nowadays Dingli Primary School caters for 9 primary classes and 5 kindergarten classes.
St. Nicholas College is pleased to announce that we shall be holding a dedicated talk about Internet Safety on Tuesday, 5th of February 2019, from 8:30am to 9:30am, at Rabat Middle School. Participation is open to all parents/grandparents/guardians/carers.
During this session, Mr. Omar Seguna (Education Officer, DLTS) will be going through the possible downsides and signs to look out for when our students spend a lot of time online, such as online bullying, the dangers of being always connected, legal issues related to unsafe behaviour online, etc. There will also be time for some brief questions from the audience.
Should you wish to participate for this meeting, may we kindly ask you to send an email at email@example.com or call 25988000 / 25988004 (Amanda Debattista) by not later than Friday 1st of February 2019.
Mgarr Primary School hosted 6 teachers from Poland via Paragon Europe, a local intermediary company based both in Malta and in Brussels which collaborates with institutions, universities and agencies across Europe to assist their students in finding adequate unpaid work placement as part of their ERASMUS + programme.
Six teachers from a Polish institution requested to carry out job shadowing in primary schools, and they were given a brief introduction about the school. Then they proceeding to a year 2 class where they observed an English lesson. They also joined in in the various activities the teacher prepared.
Special thanks goes to Ms Stephanie Azzopardi, Yr 2 teacher who gladly shared her teaching experience with our Polish guests.
In 2018, 1212 Schools were awarded with the eTwinning School Label and every year more schools will join this exciting, new network. In order to capture, understand and support the ways in which eTwinning Schools interpret their role (for instance by developing shared leadership, teacher collaboration, students/parents/local community involvement), the eTwinning team will conduct a qualitative monitoring activity in 2019-2020 with the aim to publish a Report. This will be done, among other things, via a survey which will investigate on the ways eTwinning Schools interact with the schools in their area and provide support, training and promotional activities.
In preparation for Year 8’s subject choice, the Ministry for Education is organising the Choice of Subjects National Fair. Students will be attending talks during the week, whilst parents and guardians are invited to attend one of the meetings which will be held at the Phoenicia Hotel and the Ministry for Education on Friday 1st and Saturday 2nd February 2019. The meetings at the Phoenicia will be held in English, whilst those at the Ministry will be held in Maltese. Students will be able to accompany their parents/guardians during the meetings held at the Phoenicia and the Ministry for Education.