Author Archives: Christopher Giordano

Fondazzjoni Sagħtar publishes “Sagħtarin”

Fondazzjoni Sagħtar is glad to announce a new project in its effort to come up with new initiatives to promote reading in Maltese: the publication of Sagħtarin. Sagħtarin is a workbook in Maltese, intended for students of the early years in primary schools, full of activities, games, fun, drawing and learning activities for the young […]

Fondazzjoni Sagħtar at the National Book Festival 2022

We’re here, ready to meet you at the National Book Festival at MFCC in Ta’ Qali, between today and this Sunday. Besides “Sagħtar” and the other publications, you can find three new publications: – the comic book entitled “L-Għalliema u l-Istudenti tal-Kulleġġ San Xi Ħadd” by Dean Fenech; – “Stejjer tal-Waħ… Waħ… Waħx”, a book […]

Sagħtar in schools

It is our great pleasure that Sagħtar is slowly becoming as popular as it was in the past. Thousands of individuals and entities have registered in Fondazzjoni Sagħtar’s website and access it online, while hundreds of individuals and groups have also chosen to subscribe and receive the printed version. The magazine is being offered to schools and other groups at a reduced price thanks to the 10+ Offer and some schools have already subscribed and Sagħtar is being distributed to their schools as a group. Fondazzjoni Sagħtar appreciates this continuous support and promises many more interesting and eye-catching editions of this magazine, so renowned and loved by Maltese people.

The Young Researchers of the Gozo College Sannat Primary School and the Special Unit

An innovative teaching methodology to rekindle the spark of curiosity in students has been used for years by the Year 6 class at the Gozo College Sannat Primary and the Special Unit. The teacher has designed a website which helps the students assume the role of researchers, intent on carrying out secret research on themes […]

Online conference on Fake News by Mater Boni Consilii School, St Joseph, Paola

On Friday 27th November 2020 an online conference on teaching our children how to recognise if a particular news item is real or false was organised by Mater Boni Consilii St Joseph School, Paola and Finnish NGO Faktabaari. Over 150 participants, including educators, University and MCAST lecturers, journalists and student journalists, attended the conference. In […]

Virtual meeting with Trevor Zahra at San Andrea School

On 1 December 2020, Grade 8 students at San Andrea School were given the opportunity to virtually meet renowned Maltese author and poet Trevor Zahra, who has published over 130 books for children and adults. It was an honour, in the present circumstances, to have the opportunity to meet an author who has won prizes for […]

Birkirkara Primary School celebrates the #antibullying week 2020

Between the 16th and 20th November 2020, St Theresa College Birkirkara Primary School celebrated the #antibullying week 2020. This event formed part of the annual international #antibullying week 2020 campaign initiated by the Anti-Bullying Alliance. Pupils were engaged in discussions and digital projects which were later published on the school’s j2webby. Among the common themes which emerged […]

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