Intensive work is underway so that with the schools’ closure our students will not miss out on their learning. The Ministry for Education is giving its reassurance that the Ministry is looking at all the possible scenarios and challenges which can arise.
Preparatory work is underway to ensure all students will continue to receive quality education by means of high standards of digital platforms. Aware of the fact that we may have students who do not have access to the internet or do not have a computer, the ministry will launch various initiatives including free internet and the provision of computers. We are referring to the period when our schools will be closed.
In addition to providing free internet service to cover the period that the schools will be closed, for those students who do not have a computer, laptop or tablet, the Ministry for Education will provide them with a computer to use during the period that the schools are closed until the 11th April, 2021. Further information can be obtained on 2598 1000 or by means of the link:
Applications for Breakfast Club 2020/2021 are now OPEN. Click on the link below in order to apply online. If you do not have an e-ID, please call this number during office hours: 2590 4300.
Application for Breakfast Club 2020/2021: www.edu.gov.mt/en/breakfastclub
On Sunday 24 of May, Prime Minister Robert Abela announced that during the next easing of restrictions, childcare centres and SkolaSajf will reopen. Applications, which have previously closed on the 11th of May, are now set to re-open. For more information, please visit the Foundation for Educational Services Facebook Page – https://www.facebook.com/FoundationforEducationalServices/. For queries you may also call their dedicated number – 79500858.
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
School transport is provided free of charge to all students who reside more than 1 km distance away from their school. Parents/Guardians of child/ren attending Primary, Middle and Secondary State Schools must apply through this form in order for their child/ren to make use of free transport. For Church and Independent Schools, logistics and operations, in terms of transport organisation, will remain unchanged from scholastic year 2017/2018. The parents/guardians shall apply for school transport either directly at their respective Church School/Independent School, through the school transport organisers or at the school’s transport providers. Continue reading