Mental Health

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Learning Outcomes Framework Portal

DCM 138 – Learning Outcomes Framework Portal

Communication from KOPIN – EAThink2015: European Schools Go Global

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MCGA

Booking Form (25th May 2015)

MCGA Training (May 2015)

Information session re. survey carried out in schools

DCM 120 – Information session re. survey carried out in schools

EUPA Career Seminar Resources

Career Management skills workshop_Final (2)

Making your skills and qualificaitons clearly and easily understood in Malta -EUPA

Work ethic-color amended

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Promoting the ‘ Human Dignity Curriculum’ for teachers and educators

Promoting the HDC

European Youth Week 2015

DCM 109 – Details on EYW 2015

MPSDA

Dear MPSDA members,
Due to unforseen circumstances our last training seminar dealt with ‘Helping our students with a Dyslexia profile’ rather than about ‘Sexually Transmitted Infections’ as MPSDA had planned. Hence, we are now re-scheduling this training session to the 4th of May. Ms Joanne Farrugia, from the Health Promotion Department, will be delivering an information session about Sexually Transmitted Infections and will once again be more than happy to hear your concerns and to answer your questions.
Subject: Sexually Transmitted Infections
Date: Monday 4th May 2015
Time: 5.30 till 7pm
Venue: National Curriculum Centre, Hamrun
Speaker: Ms Joanne Farrugia
Price: 5 euro for members of MPSDA, 7 euro for non-members of MPSDA
Those interested should contact MPSDA’s Vice- President, Mr Ryan Portelli on 99209345 to reserve a booking and should then send their payment to PO BOX 10, Malta PSD Association, MSIDA. Otherwise, payment on the day is also accepted (but still notify us that you are coming).
Best regards,
Ms Tiziana Bugeja
(MPSDA Assistant Secretary)

An activity held by the Students’ Council at St Lawrence Primary School.

Aims of the Handprints Activity:

1) to instil a sense of belonging to the school

2) to emphasize the importance of unity

3) to celebrate co-operation

4) to highlight the importance that together we can make a difference