The unprecedented events that swamped our very existence these past two years have left an indelible mark on the very fabric of our schools and institutes. They have led us to re-think our structures and frameworks and find novel ways of dealing with the pandemic whilst ensuring we deliver to our students.
COVID-19 has once again led us to change our modus operandi for the forthcoming academic year, but we find ourselves more learned and prepared in so many ways. Within the context of the Guidelines issued by the Health Authorities entitled Guidelines to the educational sector for Post-Secondary Schools/Institutions and Tertiary Institutions in Malta and Gozo, published in September 2021, the post-compulsory sector has sought to develop mechanisms which are tailor-made to its specific needs, simultaneously respecting the diversity of every educational entity within in.
A cautious step-by-step return to normality for face-to-face teaching and learning on Campus with all mitigation measures possible being adopted, is the policy this sector is embracing.
The complete school guidelines for the coming scholastic year 2021-2022 can be found by clicking on the file below: