Five students from the EkoSkola committee together with the school’s link teachers attended the FEE fest which is practically a fair displaying all services and opportunities as regards Education for sustainable developemnt under one roof as coordinated by Nature Trust FEE Malta. The students attended interactive sessions, learned about Fair Trade amongst other things and visited various stands. Moreover, our school was awarded funding from HSBC Malta Water Programme to support the committee’s plans for the Water Explorer project.
Ekoskola committee members suggest ways on how to reduce litter. The students together with their link teachers went to Ramla Bay, one of the beautiful spots in Gozo, and filmed a short video.
Our school through Ekoskola is participating in the YRE Litter Less Campaign. The campaign was launched during the morning assembly with all year 7 and year 8 students. The Ekoskola link teacher suggested ways on how students can become active citizens in safeguarding the environment.
Well done to Year 8 Owls for their research on the Carob Pod.
On Friday 24th the Ekoskola Committee together with all year 8 students showcased their work on the carob tree during an Open Day.
The attendees had the opportunity to taste the carob cake and banana carob smoothie. An informative leaflet about the carob tree together with six recipes using this local resources was launched on the day.
Yet this is not the conclusion… the Litter Less campaign will continue, as will also continue work on the LEAF project.