Latest Entries

Hedgehog’s life unfolding

submitted by St. Ignatius College Secondary Handaq : Francesca Gauci  for 11-14
dissemination(s): newspaper
filed under Photos

This picture show the students interested listening about the life of the hedgehod



Read More

Capturing the moment

submitted by Secondary Handaq St.Ignatius College : Francesca Gauci  for 11-14
dissemination(s): newspaper
filed under Photos

This photo depicts the students concurrently taking photos of the hedgehog



Read More

A whitefrightened hedgehog

submitted by st>ignstius College Secondary School : Aimee Mallia  for 11-14
dissemination(s): newspaper
filed under Photos

The photo portrays a hedgehog. This photo was taken during a class visit at Wied Ghollieqa



Read More

The not so pretty bay

submitted by St.Ignatius College Secondary School : Rebecca Abela, Sheridan Balzan  for 11-14
dissemination(s): ON YRE/Ekoskola Noticeboard, other, school media
filed under Articles

This article outlines the effect of having a Freeport terminal in the village. The students compared the advantages and disadvantages of having this terminal. Ultimately, they offer their opinion about it. Their opinion is outlined also in the selection of the title.

Read More

Unwanted waste? Not for Us!

submitted by St. Francis Primary School Cospicua : School's Sub-Committee  for 7-10
dissemination(s): computer lab, other, school media, website
filed under Video Clips

School children have been longing for some years for playground equipment to play with in the school yards, and other useful equipment like bookshelves & racks to be used in their classrooms. But instead of buying new equipment, our school community took the opportunity and decided to work on ‘Doing more with less’ to contribute through awareness raising on waste reduction while delivering the same level of functionality. Thus we collected some unwanted products such as palettes and tyres and by stimulating creativity we transferred them into a reuse system and changed them into beautiful classroom/school furniture and playground equipment, instead of eventually becoming waste by promoting how it is possible to extend their life and how to achieve the same function of a product from ending up as waste some of which are normally thrown out.

Read More