Mr. Bartolo said that Maths and Maltese O-levels should not be compulsory entry requirements for students with learning difficulties. He was quoted saying “I feel exceptions should be made in case of subjects like Maltese and Maths, especially when they are not crucial for the course being followed.”
Science in the City, Malta’s science and arts festival forming part of the European Researchers’ Night, is back again on the 30th September from 6.00PM till midnight. Valletta will be filled with art and entertainment linked to science: street art installations, science busking, music, art exhibitions, children’s puppet shows, live experiments, talks, comedies, satellites, theatre and much more — a memorable night which guarantees fun and free interaction.
The Futsal Malta Association has released an press release seeking assistance and raising awareness on being left without a venue on the eve of the start of another Futsal season.
On Saturday the 27th of August GUG, the Gozo University Group, held its Annual General Meeting at the Ministry for Gozo. Chaired by Shaun Azzopardi, the AGM included a presentation of the annual reports showcasing the work done throughout the previous scholastic year, the approval of proposed amendments to the current statute, and the election of the new executive for the next academic term.
Were most of your teenage weekends spent watching X-Factor? Even if you have never been a fan you’re bound to have spent at least one Sunday evening watching the talent competition just for the sake of understanding what your friends are gossiping about every Monday morning at school. Simon Cowell’s Got Talent series and X-Factor have quite a large fan base in Malta. Some have even given auditioning for the series abroad a try.