Eko-Skola

Young Reporters for the Environment – Photo competition

Young Reporters for the Environment (YRE) is a programme run by Nature Trust and FEE (Foundation for Environmental Education) designed [...]

Eko-Skola: Spreading the word

The Eko-Skola Committee went on the streets of Rabat to spread the word and inform the public on the different researches the committee did over the past [...]

Three turtles released back into the sea. What is their story?

by Andrea Ciappara Yr. 8 The St. Nicholas College Rabat Middle School Eko-Skola committee was invited to the YRE and Turtle release event and I was there [...]

Bamboo for You!

by Aimée Vassallo Drinking straws are used everywhere, from coffee shops to your own home.  The first known straws were made by the Sumerians as far [...]

Less plastic … more marine life

by Lisa Aquilina Micro-plastics, abandoned fishing equipment and other plastics are among our biggest environmental threats.  They are hurting sea [...]

Animals we are in danger of losing in Malta!

by Maya Farrugia & Shana D’Anastasi When we talk about endangered wildlife, very often we talk of endemic species which are geographically [...]

Litter less Campaign – Malta

The Litter Less Campaign is a joint initiative of the Wrigley Company Foundation and FEE and is implemented in schools running the Eco-Schools, LEAF and/or [...]

Educational Ocean Video

At the end of last year, we - Kady Galea, Victoria Magro, Jake Camilleri and Matteo Stagno, with the help of Ms. Smith, created a stop motion video. We made [...]

Eko-skola notice boards

The Eko-skola committee set up two different notice-boards to be able to disseminate the work done to the rest of the school. On one notice board, information [...]

Providing Healthier Options

During last year’s parents evening and parent’s day, a lot of food rich in sugars and fats was sold at the door.  Therefore, at the beginning of the year, [...]