Click on the image below to view the timetable for the Annual Examinations (Yrs 4, 5 & 6) in the Primary Schools.
Dawn huma biss ftit mir-riżorsi mixtrija mill-Iskola Primarja tal-Imġarr, grazzi għall-iskema L-Għodda f’Idejk.
Click on the link below to view an eBook with all the entries written by the students at Dingli Primary School for the annual YRE (Young Reporters for the Environment) competition:
The National Literacy Agency has teamed up with the Centre for Literacy of the University of Malta and the Malta Digital Innovation Agency to run a project using Artificial Intelligence (AI) in Education. The project: AI puppets for Literacy Education is in line with the National Strategy and Vision for AI in Malta 2030. The main purpose of this project is to develop and promote AI in education projects with children (8 to 10 year-olds), educators and parents.
The project seeks to demonstrate what is within the realm of possibilities using AI during the Gost il-Qari/Reading for Pleasure programme. A number of learning scenarios for the use of AI Puppets during shared reading sessions have been planned and developed. Mini-computers called microbits and laptops are being used to demonstrate machine learning. The project, which includes language and literacy tasks and games involving speech and text recognition, is being piloted at the Hamrun GP primary school.
Informazzjoni dettaljata fuq din il-Kompetizzjoni tinstab hawnekk: Regolamenti
Aqsam dan l-artiklu ma’ studenti u skejjel oħrajn ħalli jsiru jafu aktar dwarha !
A group of budding environmentalists at St Nicholas College Secondary School Ħad-Dingli have been investigating the environmental impact of the clothing industry. As in previous years they were not happy with just highlighting the issue but have also come up with suggestions how changes in our lifestyle can reduce the negative impact on the environment of this industry. Have a look at this video and if you think you can make a difference please like and share it with your friends. So join us…let’s redesign fashion!
Heritage Malta is offering an educational outing in the form of a walk in nature and history for students in middle and secondary schools. This programme starts at Għar Dalam by visiting Ġnien Dinja Waħda. From there, students walk to St George’s Bay and then to Wied Żembaq. En route, students will have the opportunity to explore the natural and historical environment around Għar Dalam and Wied Żembaq.
Dates: 11, 12 and 28 April 2022
Time: Between 09:30 and 12:30
The details of the activity will be discussed with interested teachers who apply. For more information contact Mr Christian Formosa at email@example.com. Booking is confirmed once a reply email is received.
From Monday 17th January 2022, visitors to Heritage Malta sites and museums have to be in possession of a valid vaccine certificate, except children under 12 years. Visitors who fail to present a valid vaccine certificate can still visit Heritage Malta sites and museums if they provide one of the following:
• Negative result of a RT-PCR test or Antigen done not more than 72 hours before;
• Positive result of a RT-PCR test done not more than 6 months before that certifies recovery from COVID-19;
• A vaccine card issued by the health authorities;
• A health certificate of exception from the COVID-19 vaccine.
The teachers concerned will be informed by email in case there are changes in these guidelines.
The Directorate for Learning and Assessment Programmes in partnership with the Maltese National Commission for UNESCO and Aġenzija Żgħażagħ invites Middle Schools to participate in a new ESD initiative, named IMPATT. This initiative aims to encourage young people in Years 7 and 8 to actively participate in local and national democratic decision-making. During this scholastic year, IMPATT will, hence, provide an opportunity to Middle school students to research historical and cultural heritage pertaining to several Maltese localities, while analysing how the course of time impacted their respective social, environmental, economic and cultural dimensions. This initiative will also require participating students to draft brief proposals encouraging Local Councils to ensure further sustainable development aligned to Malta’s Sustainable Development Vision 2050. In this context, schools are invited to participate in this initiative by nominating a team of between 5 and 8 students and a link educator. IMPATT initiative will unfold as per schedule below:Continue reading
The Science Centre (Pembroke) within the Directorate for Learning and Assessment Programmes is inviting educators to participate in further Breakfast STEM PD sessions. These professional development sessions aim to bring together educators to explore themes relevant to the respective education sector and to provide a networking opportunity.
The Breakfast STEM PD sessions entitled ‘Science and Maths: It’s all around us!’ target educators and parents/guardians of children in the Early Years (0 to 7 years). The professional development sessions will be held on the following dates, as in the table below:
Interested applicants are kindly requested to read through the programme and register their interest to participate on one of the dates by accessing the following LINK. Applications will be received on a first come first served basis. All COVID-19 measures are adhered to throughout the entire duration of the initiative.