Martina Muscat, a former Year 11 student attending St. Nicholas College, Dingli Secondary School, achieved perfect results in her MATSEC Examinations. She obtained passes in the following 11 subjects at SEC Level with Grade 1: Art, English Language, English Literature, Environmental Studies, European Studies, French, Italian, Maltese, Mathematics, Physics and Religious Knowledge and Grade 2 in Social Studies. She is also the recipient of the Dom Maurus Caruana Prize, worth €47.00. This prize is awarded annually to the candidate who obtains the highest number of marks in the Religious Knowledge examination at SEC Level. Continue reading
From the Office of Ms.Maria Mc Namara, Director General, Educational Services
The Ministry for Education and Employment and the Malta Union of Teachers have felt the need to identify the immediate challenges that educators in the various teaching and administrative grades have to face in the conduct of their roles. Part of the study, which is being carried out by Professor Mark Borg, includes a series of questionnaire surveys with education administrators, Primary schoolteachers, Secondary schoolteachers, LSEs, and KGEs.
The first Leadership for Change Policy Meeting was held at Xara Palace, Rabat, Malta, on the 5th of December 2019. The aim of the meeting was to promote our project with all the schools within our college, as well as subject Educational Officers who would be be able to disseminate the information amongst all schools in Malta and Gozo.
The Directorate for Digital Literacy and Transversal Skills has just issued the calendar of events for this scholastic year. Activities include EMBED Awards, Coding Activities, the second phase of SELFIE, eTwinning Activities and more. Click on the link below to gain access to the full set of activities planned:
On 31st October 2019, eight EkoSkola members from Dingli Primary School witnessed the release of Janis, the twelve-year-old loggerhead turtle that had been found entangled in marine debris during last February’s storm. The turtle was released back into the sea at Ġnejna Bay. Continue reading