On the 31st of October, BIRD LIFE MALTA, a non-governmental organisation, which which works in the safeguard of the maltese wildlife, in collaboration with the Directorate for Quality and Standards in Education, organised the Lifelong Learning through Nature concluding seminar which was held at Blata l-Bajda Middle school.
During the day they exposed those who have collaborated in this project in schools, such as Lifelong Learning Through Nature (LLN), The Erasmus + funded project, in collaboration with Malta’s Ministry for Education and Employment together with three international partners who are also bird conservation charities: the Royal Society for the Protection of Birds (RSPB-UK), BirdWatch Ireland, and the Polish Society for the Protection of Birds (OTOP).
At the seminar, was present the Education and Employment Minister Evarist Bartolo.
It discussed the importance of environmental education and of how it provides well-being to the growth of the students, by exposing the various results obtained from previous workshops.
Photography by Claudia Matacena