Category Archives: Empowering Students


Eko Skola Students’ Participation in the closing webinar of GLOBE Cooling Down Student Investigation Project – May 2022


During this scholastic year, the Grade 5 and Grade 6 Eko Skola students are participating in the GLOBE Cooling Down Student Investigation project which is being coordinated by Nature Trust FEE Malta in collaboration with the Directorate for Learning and Assessment Programmes and GLOBE Malta. The students record the surface temperature of the school yard […]

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Donation of Food Items to Charity – May 2022


During the Lent period, our students were asked to bring food items to school in aid of charity. It was another successful initiative as a large amount of foodstuff was collected. This event was promoted by the School Council and the Eko Skola committee. The success of this event reflects the school’s ethos, that of […]

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School Council Meeting with the Head of School  – April 2022


During the second term of this scholastic year, the School Council worked hard to get feedback from their classmates regarding ideas how the school environment may be embellished, both physically and academically. During the first week of the third term, the Council had sessions with Dr. Kenneth Vella, the Head of School, where they discussed […]

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Participation in the Seeds for Students Initiative – March 2022


On Monday 21st March 2022, our school participated in the Seeds for Students initiative which was organised by Ambjent Malta, within the Ministry for the Environment, Climate Change and Planning. This initiative is aimed at celebrating the beginning of spring and to provide information and education on the importance of sowing trees, which have multiple benefits. […]

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Eko Skola Annual Audit Results 2022


Over the past few weeks, the Eko Skola students conducted an audit among all the students about the use of school transport. Results were collected by the Senior 1 and 2 Eko Skola students and a report was compiled by the Eko Skola President, Faith Mizzi. Results indicate that around 46% of the students use […]

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Eko Skola Participation in the GLOBE Cooling Down Schools Investigation Project


This scholastic year, our school is participating in the GLOBE Cooling Down Schools Investigation project which is being coordinated by Nature Trust FEE Malta in collaboration with the Directorate for Learning and Assessment Programmes and GLOBE Malta. The Eko Skola students participating in this initiative attended a training webinar on 26th November 2021 while on 19th January […]

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New Eko Skola Committee 2021-2022


Over the past few weeks, the Eko Skola link teachers received nominations from students who were interested in forming part of the Eko Skola committee for this scholastic year. The new committee has now been formed. The committee pledges its commitment to continue improving the school environment. Thanks to the link teachers, Ms Alexia Brincau, […]

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Erasmus Days – October 2021


To celebrate diversity and inclusivity on Erasmus Days, Ms Lycia, drama and history teacher at Mater Boni Consilii St Joseph School, Paola explored the topics of diversity, inclusivity, and acceptance through various activities throughout Erasmus Days held on 14th and 15th October 2021. Following various video clips and power points, the students discussed the topics […]

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A Painting Donated to our School – October 2021


Special thanks to Ms Greta Odilija Ruckyte, a Lithuanian citizen residing in Malta, who donated thie beautiful painting to our school. It is adorning the school corridor where it may be enjoyed by the school community.  

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Eko Skola Audit – June 2021


As a follow-up to the environmental audit carried out during the last two months, the Eko Skola committee conducted the final environmental audit about the use of lunchboxes, water bottles and face masks among students during the month of June. Once again, the results prove that our school is committed towards helping the environment by consuming reusable material. In fact 83% […]

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