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Malta Water Explorer Team 2018
Posted on 4 July 2018

A big well done to the Misty Team from Gozo College Middle School who were nominated National Water Explorer team after eight finalists schools showed what they had been working on all through the school year as regards water saving initiatives and awareness rasing in the limited time available during the National Malta Water Explorer Event held on Tuesday 3rd July.  Six independent judges gave their scores to each school on six sets of criteria as set by Global Action Plan after they went through all the actions and initiatives taken by each school.  On the day during the event the judges had the opportunity to meet the students and give an additional score.  The totals were calculated on the spot and the top three ranking schools announced:

1st Gozo College Middle School  

2nd St Clare College San Ġwann Primary School

3rd Laura Vicuna School

The other schools followed close by with only a couple of points different. Well done to all schools!  You are all winners!

The eight finalist schools were the following:

St Margaret College, Kalkara Primary School

Maria Regina College, Dun Manwel Attard Young Adult Education Resource Centre, Wardija

Mater Boni Consilii, St Joseph School, Paola

St Nicholas College, Rabat Primary School, Malta

St Clare College, San Ġwann Primary School

St Ignatius College, Middle School, Ħandaq, Qormi

Gozo College Middle School, Victoria, Gozo

Għasri, Gozo, Laura Vicuna School

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


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Nature Trust - FEE Malta was founded in 1962 with the aim to create awareness on environmental issues and conserve our natural heritage both for the present and future generations.

Today the Non Government Organisation is active in four main areas being :

  • Education for Sustainable Development both in schools and communities mainly through Eco-Schools (locally known as EkoSkola), LEAF (Learning about Forests), YRE (Young Reporters for the Environment), Blue Flag and Green Key.
  • Management and conservation of ecologicallyimportant sites
  • Wildlife  Rescue and rehabilitation
  • Awareness raising on the various environmental issues both in the Maltese islands and Internationally

 

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