Friday, 15 February 2019



Below is the full list of subjects that the students can choose from:

Sunday, 20 January 2019

A fish and a monkey enter a classroom

"The classroom is full of different animals, fish and monkeys, but also squirrels, penguins, birds, dogs, cats and sheep. It’s a nice mix. The teacher comes into the classroom and tells them that there will be an exam today. He opens the window and points towards a tree. The test consists of climbing that tree. The fish cannot move from their water and the sheep are looking at each other puzzlingly. The penguins have already accepted they will fail. The birds know it will require little effort. The monkeys and cats need to plan a bit how they will climb the tree, but it shouldn’t be too difficult. The dogs will find it quite a struggle."(Hon Evarist Bartolo Minister for Education and Employment, 30 November 2016)

Friday, 30 November 2018

An improved educational system, catering for the needs of all...  

                               My journey (2018).. Ready to launch!!


 Equitable Quality Education for All

My Journey: Achieving through different paths will replace the current secondary school
 model with personalised, relevant and quality education for all students. 
In other words it will be structured for students’ needs ... and not the other way round.

How will it work?

Alongside their compulsory core subjects, My Journey: Achieving through different paths, 
will allow secondary school students to blend relevant and quality academic, applied 
and vocational subjects, in a personalised and inclusive learning environment enabling
 them to reach their full potential.
Under the proposed new education system, students will still be able to follow the 
traditional academic path. This will not be abolished but added to it. But they’ll also be 
able to choose applied and vocational learning programmes as optional subjects. 
...all under one roof.
What’s more, My Journey: Achieving through different paths, will give equal value to
 academic applied, and vocational learning programmes.
So students will be able to sit for different forms of learning and assessments, have the 
opportunity to reach the same level of qualifications and be equally employable regardless 
of the blends of options they’ll choose to study.
It’s time to improve on what we have, 
and try to build an education
 where children enjoy going to school everyday.


 
Ministry for Education and Employment, Malta

Thursday, 2 February 2017

My Journey - An update of the Maltese Education System

My Journey: Achieving through different paths will replace the current secondary school model with personalised, relevant and quality education for all students. In other words it will be structured for students’ needs and not the other way round.

Watch the link below for more information.




Click this link for more info.

Wednesday, 14 December 2016

Scouting as an educational system



                                                       Download the whole document here.