Code.SprintMT is a competition designed to test problem-solving and programming skills of students from secondary and post-secondary. Besides, an open category is also available. Participants will be given a set of tasks to complete within a specific timeframe using the programming language specified in the syllabus. A panel of judges will assess participants’ solutions, and the winner and two runners-up will be announced.Continue reading
Category Archives: Competitions
Digital Art Competition
The Directorate for Learning and Assessment Programmes would like to invite students from all year groups, at state and non-state schools, to participate in a ‘Digital Art Competition’.
The work submitted for the competition should be based on ONE of the following themes:
- My home town
Forms of Digital Art may include computer graphics, pixel art, digital photography, digital collage, digital painting, stop motion, and animation.
Teachers teaching at Primary or Secondary level are encouraged to collaborate and guide students’ participation.
All entries should be submitted by not later than Friday 24th March 2023, till 16:00.
For further information regarding the competition, kindly contact:
- Mr Clint Gerald Attard on email@example.com or 2598 1530
- Ms Daniela Zerafa on firstname.lastname@example.org or 2598 1528
Creative Writing Award Competition for Middle Schools
Malta Live proudly announces its writing competition for the second year running. This is a creative writing award competition in which all students in Middle Schools in Malta are invited to take part. This year, students are asked to write A STORY, ESSAY, POEM OR PLAY with the following theme in mind: THIS IS ME! The rules for the WRITING AWARD COMPETITION are given hereunder.
To be eligible, entries must be
•original works by the entrant,
•works of poetry, prose and / or drama,
•related to the theme: THIS IS ME!Continue reading
Digital Art Competition for Primary and Secondary School Students
The Directorate for Learning and Assessment Programmes would like to invite students from all year groups, at state and non-state schools, to participate in a ‘Digital Art Competition’. Teachers teaching at Primary or Secondary level are encouraged to collaborate and guide students’ participation. For any queries or more information, kindly contact:
•Mr Clint Gerald Attard on email@example.com or 2598 1530
•Ms Daniela Zerafa on firstname.lastname@example.org or 2598 1528
Malta Junior Science Olympiad 2022/2023
The ninth edition of the Malta Junior Science Olympiad(MJSO) for scholastic year 2022-2023 is scheduled for Saturday19thNovember 2022. It will be held at St Nicholas College, Dingli Secondary School. The theme of the ninth MJSO edition is Climate Change. The MJSO (2022) will include two parts namely:
•Part A: a comprehension related to Biology, Chemistry, and Physics
•Part B: a set of investigations related to Biology, Chemistry, and Physics
Part A comprises 25% of the total mark while part B makes up the remaining 75%. A second circular with further event details and registration links will be issued towards the beginning of scholastic year 2022/2023.
The Hunt: Kids’ Virtual Science Quest
The Science Centre (Pembroke) within the Directorate for Learning and Assessment Programmes is launching the 3rd edition of The Hunt: Kids’ Virtual Science Quest. The aim of the initiative is to engage young students in problem-solving and research competences. This STEM initiative targets primary students in Year 4, Year 5 and Year 6. The Hunt engages students in an exciting virtual science quest with clues related to scientific skills and competences.
The Hunt will take place virtually via Microsoft Teams on Friday 3rd June 2022 according to the following schedule:
National Readathon 2022 – Individual Participants
The Malta Trust Foundation, in conjunction with the National Literacy Agency, is organising the fifth edition of the National Readathon. The aim of the Readathon is to foster a love for reading among children, while nurturing in them a sense of solidarity with their peers through reading for pleasure. Children will be rewarded for their reading efforts and the funds collected will be used to purchase educational resources for non-verbal children on the
autism spectrum. This initiative is being organised with the support of Malta Public Transport.
The chosen slogan for this year’s edition of the Readathon is ‘Read – Any Time, Any Place!’ This initiative will last until June 2022 and is intended for pupils from Year 1 to Year 8 in primary/middle schools.
Those pupils whose school is not participating may still participate in the National Readathon on an individual basis. To participate, their parents/guardians should fill in the online form, which may be accessed here by not later than Friday, 29th April 2022.Continue reading
YRE 2021/22 Entries for Dingli Primary School
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:
Kompetizzjoni għar-Raba’, Ħames u Sitt Sena: X’tixtieq issir la Tikber?
Informazzjoni dettaljata fuq din il-Kompetizzjoni tinstab hawnekk: Regolamenti
Aqsam dan l-artiklu ma’ studenti u skejjel oħrajn ħalli jsiru jafu aktar dwarha !
An Ethical Wardrobe
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!