The PSCD department within the Directorate for Learning and Assessment Programmes is once again collaborating with the Commissioner for Children, Aġenzija Appoġġ, and the Cyber Crime Unit within the BeSmart Online Project to celebrate Safer Internet Day. This year, Safer Internet Day will be celebrated on Tuesday 8 th February 2022. Safer Internet Day aims to not only promote a safer internet but also a better internet, where everyone is empowered to use technology responsibly, respectfully, critically and creatively.
The PSCD teachers are being encouraged to make students aware of this day and carry out lessons and clips prepared for middle and secondary students during the safer internet day or during that week. The lessons prepared are part of the PSCD learning outcomes syllabus and complement work already done in class and in the reflective workbooks. The toolkit created by the BeSmart Online Team includes lesson plans, video clips and other resources that can be accessed through the link https://www.besmartonline.org.mt/sid-toolkit.
The PSCD Department within the Humanities Section (DLAP) and the National Blood Transfusion Service are collaborating together to offer students a virtual presentation on blood and the importance of donating blood. A TEAMS online meeting will be held on Friday 19th of June, from 9:00 – 10:00am. To join, simply use the code jflu7r3.
Our College PSCD Team – Ms. Speranza Spiteri, Ms. Maria Falzon and Ms. Pauline Gingell – sent this activity which can be done by students in Years 5 and 6. This is a continuation of a previous lesson which was shared last week about Internet Safety.
Do you still remember what we learnt during our last couple of lessons about internet safety? Don’t forget to be a good digital citizen by taking care of your digital footprint. Make sure that everything that you post reflects a true image of yourself.
Step 1: You can read ‘Goldilocks reader’. This is a new version of Goldilocks…. she got a smartphone for her birthday 😊. Click here to access the eBook: Goldilocks
Step 2: Click here to complete the ‘Goldilocks worksheet’.
Hope you enjoy this activity and stay safe!
Our College PSCD Team – Ms. Speranza Spiteri, Ms. Maria Falzon and Ms. Pauline Gingell – sent an activity focusing on children’s Emotional Intelligence (Years 3-4). The activity is composed of a printable board game and three worksheets to carry out after playing the game. Continue reading
Our College PSCD Team – Ms. Speranza Spiteri, Ms. Maria Falzon and Ms. Pauline Gingell – have prepared the following worksheets for Years 3 – 4, which can be carried out at home during this time of school closures. Simply follow the instructions below: Continue reading
The PSCD Team at St. Nicholas College have prepared the following activities for Year 5/6 students which can be done at home. Resources were sent by Mr. Camilleri, Educational Officer PSCD, on behalf of Mr. Charles Tabone, PSCD teacher. Click on the link below to download the activity sheet:
PSCD Activity Sheet Years 5/6