Young Reporters for the Environment project offers a unique opportunity for the students not only to report about the local environment through various media such as photos but also to become more aware of what’s affecting the environment badly and what’s not. Through this project our students had the opportunity to express their photography skills – some of them continued to improve their skills whilst others started to familiarise themselves . By giving them the right tools, our students who attend our Resource Centre had the opportunity to make people reflect whether our actions are affecting the environment positively or negatively. Through photography, they pass on the message that the world can change if each one of us tries his best to take care of the environment – the world we live in. So enjoy watching the students’ photos…. and don’t forget to start act now! It’s never too late!
These photos have been submitted for YRE competition.
Unicare Limited, in collaboration with the supplier and the Department of Student Services organized a one-day training session on the Sense Unit. This training session which was held at our Resource Centre was targeted for teachers (Multi-Sensory Rooms), ACTU team, Heads of Resource Centres and the Sannat Special Unit and Teachers/LSAs in Resource Centres.
Last Friday 3rd February, 2017 College Principal Mr Patrick Decelis visited the premises in order to discuss projects and activities held at our RC. Meetings with SLT and minor staff were held. Class visits gave Mr Decelis a good glimpse of the good work carried out daily at our RC. Well done all and keep up the good work!
Our Annual Christmas Concert was held this morning at our Resource Centre with the full participation of all students and staff. Students participated through percussion band, choir and animated various songs from different cultures e.g. Chinese, Scottish, Indian, African, Spanish and finally Maltese. Another memomarble event to our calendar. Well done to all.