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Ea​rly ​Years


Early Years' Education aims to follow a child-centred curriculum through play and fun learning opportunities. As children play, they are developing their cognitive, socio-emotional and physical skills which will take them into successful adulthood and through life.

We aim to provide each child with opportunities of discovery learning according to their learning dispositions, focusing on the process of learning rather than on the product. Each child needs the freedom to explore, evaluate and engage in learning within a safe and fruitful environment, supported by professional observation, reflection and planning.


 
 
 

Useful Links​ FAQs:​​
Learning ​Outcomes Framework:​

Level 1 - 2 (mt)
​​Level 3 (mt)
​​Level 4​ (mt​)

What are ​the Frequently Asked Questions?​​

“eTwinning: The Safest Platform for Students to Continue Active Learning in Times of School Closure” by Ms Charmaine Attard 
(San Gorg Preca College Hamrun SS) 


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S.T.E.A.M-Tastic Activity Book by Ms Charmaine Attard
(San Gorg Preca College Hamrun SS) ​

This activity book was done throughout the scholastic year 2019-2020 and it is a collection of S.T.E.A.M related activities which have been done in kindergarten but could easily be done with any age group. We are very proud to represent our school and above all our country through this project.

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In Preschools, sharing and playtime look different now

Read how preschools have had to get creative during the pandemic to support young children’s social and developmental skills.

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A National Curriculum Framework for All

This is a living framework, in such a way that allows for adjustments to new developments during implementation as a response to the changing demands of individuals and society.

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A Language Policy for the Early Years in Malta and Gozo

The policy promotes the bilingual development in Maltese and English of young children (0-7 years) in Malta and Gozo. It stems from The National Curriculum Framework (2012), the National Literacy Strategy for All in Malta and Gozo (2014) and the Framework for the Education Strategy for Malta 2014-20124 and is intended to provide national guidelines for bilingual education.

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Early Childhood Education and Care in Malta: The Way Forward

This document was drawn up to summarise the development of early childhood education and care in Malta and make recommendations towards promoting high-quality provision across early years services.

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National Standards for Child Day Care Facilities

The aim of this publication is to ensure a better, safer and healthier environment for children.

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​​A National Literacy Strategy for All in Malta and Gozo 2014-2019

The overall purpose of the National Literacy Strategy for All is to promote and enhance lifelong and lifewide, high-quality literacy practices among children, youths, adults, third country nationals and persons with learning difficulties. It strives also to improve literacy outcomes, resulting in inclusive practices, higher educational qualifications, and better job prospects.

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National Children's Policy

This policy document presents Malta’s way forward for safeguarding and promoting the rights and general wellbeing of children.

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