Why does education need to embrace transformation? What is the relevance of education to industry, and how can education handle the increasingly rapid rate of technological change?
These are just some of the questions that will be explored by thought leaders and stakeholders from PwC, Microsoft, MEDE, the National Skills Council, other social partners and industry representatives. The event is targeted towards the education institutions and educators across both private and public learning organisations, and all participants will be actively involved in the discussions through highly interactive surveys and QA sessions. The webinar will provide exposure to technology complemented by practitioner best practice in the field of education. Given the knowledge sharing potential and technical nature of this session, the event will contribute 120 mins of continuous professional development (CPD) time to all educators.
The Scholastic Year 2019 – 2020 was certainly different from any other: the last term students and teachers did not attend school due to the Covid-19 pandemic; all teaching and learning was done online from mid-March onwards. That meant that schools could not organise the usual end-of-year activities to celebrate the achievements of the scholastic year. However, the staff at Dingli Primary School managed to give a final goodbye to their students, by organising a car-cade across the village, passing all the students’ houses. It was a great send-off for everyone and was even featured on national television. Click on the link below to read the article on TVM:
Fis-snin li għaddew it-tfal tas-sitt sena kienu jingħataw tislima qabel jitilqu mill-iskola primarja b’diversi attivitajiet. Din is-sena kien hemm ippjanat programm b’live in b’diversi attivitajiet fosthom treasure hunts u star gazing. Sfortunatment dan kellu jitħassar minħabba s-sitwazzjoni preżenti li ġabet magħha il-Covid 19. Għaldaqstant l-Amministrazzjoni tal-iskola bl-għajnuna ta’ diversi għalliema ħolqu treasure hunt virtwali bil-parteċipazzjoni tat-tfal tas-sitt sena. Kull grupp ta’ tfal ingħata l-istess sfidi permezz ta’ numru ta’ għalliema li ħadu ħsieb kull grupp. L-isfidi kienu nteressanti u maħdumin madwar l-interessi tat-tfal. L-istudenti kellhom jieħdu ritratti mal-pets tagħhom, jagħmlu xirjiet virtwali u jagħmlu eżerċizzji fiżiċi fost oħrajn.
Din l-esperjenza għalkemm unika fiċ-ċirkostanzi preżenti kienet opportunita biex l-istudenti jużaw il-ħiliet tagħhom fit-teknoloġija waqt li jsaħħu u jiftakru dak li tgħallmu f’suġġetti diversi saħansitra fil-Health and Safety u PSD. Ma’ dan il-lat edukattiv ma naqasx il-fatt li l-istudenti u l-għalliema ħadu pjaċir immens jiġru mal-ħin biex isolvu l-mistoqsijiet.
Recently, the Department of Applied Sciences at MCAST held an online webinar highlighting career choices and courses available within the fields of Science and Technology. Click on the link below to access the online video recording of the session, which includes practical presentations about the different career paths available through MCAST courses:
Renewals – If your son/daughter was already using the Free State School Transport during the previous scholastic year (2019/2020) you do not need to fill in a new application for the upcoming scholastic year 2020/2021 but you should have received a personalised email from the address email@example.com with a link to renew your application. This email was sent on the email address you had given us last year in your application. Kindly check your Inbox and Spam/Junk mail folder and if you did you receive this email contact us on 2598 1888 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
First Time Applicants – If your son/daughter was not using the Free State School Transport during the previous scholastic year (2019/2020) you can access the online application through your e-ID username and password until 12th July here: CLICK HERE TO APPLY
The Foundation for Educational Services has just issued guidelines regulating the opening of Summer Schools, Revision Classes Lessons and instruction classes, and Klabb 3-16. Click on the following link to access the full document:
The staff of Rabat Middle School has lovingly created the following video for Yr 6 students and parents, to help them familiarise themselves with their new school. The video also features meaningful messages from Ms. Josephine Mifsud, our college principal, Ms. Marita Abdilla, the Head of School and all the Assistant Heads at our school who will guide the new Year 7 students throughout the next two years. All the staff at Rabat Middle School can’t wait to welcome everyone to their school – your second home! Click on the link below to access the video:
Aġenzija Żgħażagħ has launched a series of online initiatives targeted at Year 6 & Year 8 students, who will be starting Middle School and Secondary School respectively during the next scholastic year. Continue reading →
Students from Rabat Middle School and Dingli Secondary school have made TV Headlines thanks to their participation in the Climate Detectives Project, which is hosted by the European Space Agency. Watch this short clip, produced by One TV, which describes their project as well as their meeting with Minister for Education and Employment, Dr. Owen Bonnici.
The Global Learning and Observations to Benefit the Environment (GLOBE) Program is an international science and education program that provides students and the public worldwide with the opportunity to participate in data collection and the scientific process, and contribute meaningfully to our understanding of the Earth system and global environment.
Dingli Primary School has recently participated in the Virtual Globe Challenge and was awarded two virtual badges – for Collaboration and Data Entry. Well done to our students who still managed to find the time to work on this initiative from home !