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Our school is participating actively in this year’s Anti-Bullying Week 2020 held between the 16th and 20th November 2020. Activities will kick off on Monday 16th November with the Odd Socks Day 2020.
Digital posters on our school’s j2webby, special virtual assemblies by each year group as well as class discussions will form an integral part of the initiatives taken by our school during the #antibullyingweek 2020.
Our participation in this international campaign has been recognized by the Anti-Bullying Alliance based in the UK. Click here for the official website.
Our school is participating in this year’s European Week for Waste Reduction.
We are inviting pupils to discuss Eco-friendly measures as reflected in the school’s Eco Code. All primary pupils will be invited to reflect on environmental issues and to convey that message by creating a digital poster. Their posters will be uploaded on the school’s j2webby.
Posters can be created collaboratively in class or at home. This will involve the whole school community, including parents at home.
This is the link to follow our campaign:
Dear highly esteemed colleagues,
We, the staff of St Theresa College Birkirkara Primary School would like to invite you to our latest initiative: Our school’s j2webby blog: Shaping The Future Together.
All the work published on this blog is the result of a highly committed staff in collaboration with the cooperative parents of our pupils and the truly motivated pupils themselves. The blog reflects our school’s commitment towards the 21st Century goals namely: Digital Literacy and communication, Collaboration, Creativity, Critical Thinking, Environmental Literacy, Independent Learning, Flexibility and Adaptability skills.
We used the j2e.com/malta platform for our needs. Members of staff together with pupils and parents, acquired these digital skills through online sessions with educators from the Digital Literacy and Transversal Skills Directorate. We would like to thank Mr Grazio Grixti, Mr Keith Aquilina, Ms Tania Gatt, Mr James Callus, Ms Antonella Giles and Ms Lara Denise Grech for their constant support.
We are doing our utmost to reap all possible benefits out of this Covid-19 home-schooling situation and this is just one of the results.
The launch of this blog coincides with the school’s latest achievement of being awarded the Eko Skola Green Flag for the fifth consecutive time. Most of the posts on our j2webby blog are related to our school’s #Eco Code and the daily challenges launched in the beginning of May. All primary pupils are being invited to reflect on environmental issues and to convey that message by creating a digital poster. We welcome you to read their messages and leave your comments below the posts.
So, without further ado, we kindly invite you to join our journey by clicking the link below:
You are free to forward this link to others. Your support is truly appreciated.
St Theresa College
Birkirkara Primary School