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All Form 5 students are to call personally at school by Monday 14th April 2014 (till 2.30 p.m.) to check School Leaving Certificates and Transcripts. These have to be checked properly so as to inform us of any mistakes in the certificate.

Please note that any student who does not come to check the certificate by Monday will not be able to ask for any changes to be made, after the certificates have been printed by the Directorate for Educational Services.


Deadline cannot be extended beyond this date and time.
Students are to bring their ID card.

Certificate includes all examination marks from Form 2 onwards and informal and non formal activities. These have to be checked properly.


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September 9, 2013



Dinja Wahda

St Theresa Girls Secondary Mriehel has just completed a two-year pilot programme for Dnja Wahda in secondary schools.

Dinja Wahda is a BirdLife Malta environmental education programme.focuses on learning about biodiversity.

At secondary level Dinja Wahda introduces a focus on exploration which builds on the primary school Dinja Wahda spirit of fun. The programme is based around Natura 2000 sites and the wildlife garden (where available). Through the secondary Dinja Wahda programme, students acquire:

- learning about the natural world

- personal responsibility for the natural environment

- personal growth

Dinja Wahda secondary allows students to explore the natural world through direct contact. This is a very important aspect of education for sustainability.The modern lifestyle alienates children from the natural world. Too often the consequence is adults who have little or no appreciation for the natural environment. Over generations, this has led to problems associated with unsustainable living, in particular our over-use of vital resources such as land and animal populations that we are drawing on unsustainably.

In secondary schools, Dinja Wahda sets out to create an awareness of the natural environment and biodiversity through exploration and personal involvement. Youths who took part in the prorgamme became:

- aware of the importance of biodiversity and Natura 2000

- aware of Malta’s geographical importance on a migration flyway

- knowledgeable about Maltese flora and fauna through site visits to Natura 2000 sites

- active conservationists, through sharing knowledge, practical work, art, and writing

- develop personally through environmental activism.


A new Reading Area at the West End

The school's Wildlife Garden was started in 1998 with the aim of bringing nature to the school and increasing urban wildlife. Until last year, an area of around 100m2 was still under-utilised until a new project - the Reading Area - kicked off. This was completed in April 2012 and brought two new aspects to the West End project:

1. It allows better use of the wildlife garden through new seating that can easily acommodate 25 students during break or subject lessons as well as free lessons.

2. The rubble wall seating enclosed in soil mounds serves as a demonstration of how human structures can be made nature-friendly.

Once again, in collaboration with BirdLife Malta, plans were made, skilled workers engaged and the project was completed in Spring 2012.

An official opening was integrated in the schools non-formal education curriculum. Girls doing the Dinja Wahda secondary pilot programme were trained in public speaking and in an event on April, girls showed off their knowledge off their school's flora and fauna to an assembly of VIPs.

Nature flourishes at the West End

As the years go by, the wildlife garden matures and becoms more an more of a haven for wildlife. Trees mature, bushes bear fruit, migrating and resident birds stopover, breed and feed, and create their own natural networks. Insects feed on the wild flowers and reptiles dine on them. Pond life multiplies in spring as dragon flies, mayflies and damsel flies lay their eggs which hatch into larvae that eat anything in sight except for the tadpoles, whose way they stay clear of!