The Career Guidance Section within the National School Support Services and the Directorate for Learning and Assessment Programmes have worked together to develop the framework Career Learning and Development: A Frameworks for Schools. This will serve as a tool for guidance teachers, career advisors, Personal, Social and Career Development teachers and others involved in the planning, design, delivery and evaluation of career education and career guidance in our schools.
The framework has been published with the support of European funds administered by Euroguidance Malta Centre and can be accessed on https://euroguidance.gov.mt/wp-content/uploads/2021/02/Career-learning-and-development.pdf
All Year 8 students in our Middle Schools are currently being prepared for their choice of option subjects which is part of the My Journey educational route whereby students can choose academic, vocational or applied subjects depending on their abilities, interests and future aspirations. This exercise, in practice, includes individual and classroom career guidance interventions with students and online talks with parents to help students make an informed choice. Besides this, each college is targeting two days (as indicated below) whereby parents can discuss their son’s/daughter’s option choice with the career guidance teams.
For further information one can call the respective college and speak to the Career Advisor.
St Margaret’s College 24 & 25 February 2021
St Thomas More College 8 & 9 February 2021
St Benedict’s College: 4 & 5 February 2021
St Ignatius College: 2 & 3 February 2021
San Gorg Preca College: 11 & 12 February 2021
St Theresa College: 2 & 3 February 2021
St. Nicholas College: 25 & 28 January 2021
St. Clare College: 8 & 9 February 2021
Maria Regina College: 15 & 16 February 2021
Gozo College: 23 & 24 February 2021
Click on the following link to access the My Journey – Choice of Subjects Option Form for the Scholastic Year 2020/2021: Online Form. Contact your respective Middle School in order to learn about the deadline for submitting the forms.
The Ministry for Education and Employment has published a presentation which highlights how the new subjects in Applied, Academic and Vocational tracks will work out; as well as an explanation about which level of certification students will be able to achieve according to their chosen path. Click on the link below in order to access the presentation:
Choice of Subjects Fair PPT
In preparation for Year 8’s subject choice, the Ministry for Education is organising the Choice of Subjects National Fair. Students will be attending talks during the week, whilst parents and guardians are invited to attend one of the meetings which will be held at the Phoenicia Hotel and the Ministry for Education on Friday 1st and Saturday 2nd February 2019. The meetings at the Phoenicia will be held in English, whilst those at the Ministry will be held in Maltese. Students will be able to accompany their parents/guardians during the meetings held at the Phoenicia and the Ministry for Education.
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