During this time of school closures and home learning, it is important that students still find time to schedule some reading time during the day. Here is a list of educational websites which offer free eBooks for students to explore and read. Simply click on the name of the website in bold and you will be re-directed to the respective resource: Continue reading
Educational Blog ‘Education on a Dime’ has created a list of 100 activities for parents/guardians and students to do at home during this time of school closures. Click on the link below to learn more:
100 Activities for Young Learners
Did you know you can use your school tablet to access the DK Find Out! Digital Encyclopedia to learn about dinosaurs, space, animals, nature & more… Fun learning activities for kids with videos, quizzes & galleries. Watch the video here:
Twinkl has launched a range of School Closure Home Learning resource packs for distance learning due to school closures caused by the Coronavirus. Designed for LKS2 and UKS2, they offer comprehensive lesson plans in the event of school closures due to COVID-19, meaning that your children can keep learning while they are at home. Encompassing a wide range of worksheets, PowerPoints and cross-curricular activities, they provide a great online learning alternative to being in the classroom; all ready to download and use, again and again. We also offer School Closure Learning Links Interactive PDFs that are perfect for sharing with parents during school closures via your school website, Google Classroom, Seesaw or your Class Dojo. Visit Twinkl by visiting Twinkl Covid-19 Resources
Visit the Directorate for Learning and Assessment Website to access resources for students of all ages during this time of schools lockdown by clicking on the links below:
Middle and Secondary
Coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19), caused by the COVID-19 virus, was first detected in Wuhan, China, in December 2019. On 30 January 2020, the World Health Organisation Director-General declared that the current outbreak constituted a public health emergency of international concern. This document summarizes WHO’s recommendations for the rational use of personal protective equipment (PPE) in healthcare and community settings, as well as during the handling of cargo; in this context, PPE includes gloves, medical masks, goggles or a face shield, and gowns, as well as for specific procedures, respirators (i.e., N95 or FFP2 standard or equivalent) and aprons.
People & Standards Division, Office of the Prime Minister
P&SD Circular No. 03/2020 , 13th March 2020
Further to P&SD Circulars No. 01/2020, and No. 02/2020 employees are informed of the updated list of countries and regions with sustained transmission as directed by the Superintendent of Public Health: Italy, France, Germany, Switzerland, Spain, China (including Hong Kong), South Korea, Japan, Singapore, and Iran. Further updates as given by the Health authorities may follow.
Educator Heath Schembri has compiled a list of educational apps which students can visit during this time of school closures. We encourage you to browse through this comprehensive list which will for sure make for hours of countless educational fun!
Peress li l-iskejjel ingħalqu minn ta’ l-inqas għal ġimgħa kollha li ġejja, aħna ddeċidejna li nerġgħu ngħatu aċċess b’xejn għall-app Malti – Stejjer għat-tfal biex ikunu jistgħu jkomplu t-tagħlim tagħhom fuq il-lingwa Maltija mid-dar. Bla limitu, kulħadd jista’ jniżżel din l-app sa kemm l-iskejjel jibqgħu magħluqa.
Agħmlu Share! Sibu l-app minn hawn: