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Juniors and Youths

This section is dedicated to young people of different ages. We have uploaded a selection of fun activities just for you! Join our community and participate by trying out our activities and sharing your creations by uploading them on our Padlet.

Online resources, games, ebooks, etc.

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A GREAT NEW RESOURCE

Educational psychology practitioner Doriette Grech found a way to help parents explain the trials and tribulations of COVID-19 to their children.

 

Her book The Mighty Creatures Lost Their Crown, found its way on the International School Psychology Association (ISPA)’s list of global tools for school psychologists.

A GREAT NEW RESOURCE

Educational psychology practitioner Doriette Grech found a way to help parents explain the trials and tribulations of COVID-19 to their children.

 

Her book The Mighty Creatures Lost Their Crown, found its way on the International School Psychology Association (ISPA)’s list of global tools for school psychologists.

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ART EXHIBITION

Staying at Home

The Art programme within the Department of Arts, Open Communities and Adult Education recently organised a visual art project for teachers and children in schools in Malta. The theme of the project was 'Staying at Home'.

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Listen to Ms Antoinette Aquilina, a music teacher in a local primary school, explaining how music can help us express different feelings. She reads out the story 'The Mighty Creatures have Lost their Crown' and uses different types of classical music to express and portray the different moods in the story. 

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