Family Writing Activity – Ġgantija Temples

This year, the National Literacy Agency will be organising again free of charge Family Writing activities, in Maltese
and English, for children and their families. These activities offer families a positive experience of the writing
process in a fun and relaxed setting.
In the present circumstances, the National Literacy Agency, in collaboration with Heritage Malta, is organising an
online Family Writing Activity about the ‘Ġgantija Temples’. This online event will be delivered in Maltese.
Families who wish to participate are to apply as follows:

Families who wish to participate in this activity are asked to fill in an online form, by clicking on the link provided
above, by not later than Friday 21st January 2022. Applications will be processed on a first come first served
basis.
For more information about this activity, kindly contact us on 2598 2997 or by email to mwp.nla@ilearn.edu.mt.

Parents/Guardians Support Group to be held between February 2022 and June 2022

The Institute for Education is accepting applications from parents/guardians interested in
following online Parental/Guardian Support Group commencing between February 2022
and June 2022. The group is intended to meet once a month to discuss the challenges that
parents/guardians of adolescents experience. These sessions will be online synchronous (live)
sessions held through the IfE portal. The first session will be held on the 3
rd February 2022
from 16:00hrs till 18:00hrs. In the first session we will have a brainstorming exercise about
the challenges that parents/guardians of adolescents may be experiencing. We will also have
Ms Melanie Bonavia, as a guest speaker, to tackle the physical, psychological and emotional
changes that adolescents experience.
The Institute acknowledges the crucial role parents and guardians are playing in the education
of their children. The sessions being offered will equip them with the right educational tools
to be collaborative partners in the education and well-being of their children.