This is the right spot to find all about the various activities taking place in our school. Browse through the loads of events being carried out on a day-to-day basis and also as part of some bigger project.
( 21 Articles )
Get to know what's happening in our school! Outings, fieldworks, exhibitions, talks and what not! Get to know what our students are up to!
( 29 Articles )
This section contains the latest notices that our students need to be informed about.
( 4 Articles )
Description of EkoSkola
( 6 Articles )
St. Benedicts' College Girls Junior Lyceum has embarked on an innovative project - including mobile computer devices (PDAs) within the lessons to enhance students' learning. A number of PDAs were given to the school through a project in collaboration with the University of Malta. During this second year of Mobile Learning Action Plan, a group of teachers are promoting the use of PDAs within various subjects.
Through the use of PDAs, learning will move more and more outside of the classroom and into the learner’s environments, both real and virtual, thus becoming more situated, personal, collaborative and lifelong. Various activities were implemented in a number of subjects throughout this year. The challenge will be to discover how to use mobile technologies to transform learning into a seamless part of daily life to the point where it is not recognised as learning at all.
Global Action Schools
( 15 Articles )
The Global Action Schools project is a partnership between organisations in seven countries (Austria, Czech Republic, England, Malta, Poland, Slovak Republic and Thailand). It aims to harness the extraordinary potential of schools to shape some of the solutions to pressing world issues. Using a common methodology and working closely with schools each partner has developed its own unique toolkit and DVD offering teachers tried and tested materials to support global learning across the curriculum.
The toolkits enable children and young people to make sense of global development issues in the world, understand that their actions can have a positive impact on people thousands of miles away and link learning to the role they can play in creating a fairer and more sustainable world. Materials explore how small changes in the day-to-day running of schools can have a positive impact on life in developing countries.
( 3 Articles )
( 4 Articles )
eTwinning is the Community for schools in Europe. Teachers from all participating countries can register to find each other, meet virtually, exchange ideas and practice examples, team up in Groups, learn together and engage in online-based project. Schools from at least two schools from at least two different European countries create a project and use Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) to carry out their work. Schools communicate and collaborate via the Internet. Our school has been involved in etwinning projects for the last 5 years. A number of etwinning projects have been carried out throughout these years. Learn more about the latest projects by browsing this section.