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An eTwinning visit to Mtarfa

On Thursday 28th April, Ms. Amanda Debattista from the eTwinning National Support Services, visited St. Nicholas College, Mtarfa Primary School to present the winners of the third place in the eTwinning Carnival Competition.

Gabriel Gatt, Luke Aquilina, James Aquilina and Gilmore Muscat were presented an eTwinning USB hub each, whilst other participants from the school were given an eTwinning token for their participation.

The eTwinning Carnival Competition winners receive their prizes

This week the National Support Services visited the schools of the winners of this year’s eTwinning Carnival Competition . The winners were presented with their prizes. The prizes for the winners of the first place was a web cam. The second prize was a 2Gb pendrive and the third prize was a USB hub. The teachers of the winning teams were also presented a 4Gb pendrive. All the schools welcomed the National Support Service warmly and a small celebration took place within the classrooms or during assemblies.  

First Prize winner in Secondary Schools - Jeffrey Okpara from St. Theresa College, Sta. Venera Boys Secondary. Also in this photo are Ms. Alexia Baldacchino and Luke Farrugia, another participant from the school.

Second and Third Prize Winners in Secondary Schools - Julia Psaila and Chelsea Ciantar from St. Dorothy Senior School, Zebbug. Also in this photo are Ms. Josianne Sacco together with other participants from this school.

First Prize Winners in Primary schools - Kaya Bartolo, Martina Micallef, Zack Bartolo and Kian Leonardi from St. Clare College, San Gwann Primary A together with their teacher Ms. Susanne Fagerbakke.

First Prize Winner in Primary schools - Kay Darmanin Farrell from San Gorg Preca College, Paola Primary A receiving prize from the eTwinning NSS.

Second Prize Winners in Primary schools - Maia Paris, Matthew Harrington, Jake Grech and Lana Harrington from St. Margaret College, Xghajra Primary together with their Eko School Committee teacher, Ms. M. Agius

Second Prize Winners for Primary schools - Kaylin, Sven, Ezmily and Chanelle from St. Thomas More College, Marsaskala Primary together with their teachers Ms. Rosette, Ms. Isabelle and Ms. Anna.

Third Prize Winners for Primary schools - Kirsten Abela Caruana and Aleyna Tavukcu from St. Catherine's High School, Pembroke

Most of the other schools that participated in this competion were also visited by the National Support Service and a small token was given to each participant and their teacher.

The eTwinning Carnival 2011 Competition winners

We are pleased to announce the winners fo the eTwinning Carnival competition 2011. We would like to congratulate ourselves with all the participants. We will be contacting all to deliver the gifts.

Secondary Category

1st

Jeffrey Okpara from St. Theresa College, Sta Venera Boys Secondary with Ms. Alexia Baldacchino

2nd

Julia Psaila from St. Dorothy Senior School, Zebbug with Ms. Josianne Sacco

3rd

Chelsea Ciantar from St. Dorothy Senior School, Zebbug with Ms. Josianne Sacco

Primary Category

1st

Kaya Bartolo, Martina Micallef, Zack Bartolo and Kian Leonardi from St. Clare College, San Gwann Primary A with Ms. Susanne Fagerbakke

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Kay Darmanin Farrell from St. Gorg Preca College, Paola Primary A with Ms. N. Desira

2nd

Maia Paris, Matthew Harington, Jake Grech and Lana Harrington from St. Margaret College, Xghajra Primary with Ms. M. Agius

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Kaylin, Sven, Ezmily and Chanelle from St. Thomas More College, Marsaskala Primary with Ms. Rosette, Ms. Isabelle and Ms. Anna

3rd

Gabriel Gatt, Luke Aquilina, James Aquilina and Gilmore Muscat from St. Nicholas College, Mtafa Primary with Mr. Kenneth Micallef

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Kirstin Abela Caruana and Aleyna Tavukcu from St. Catherine’s High School, Pembroke with Ms. Lorraine Zammit

All the entries can be viewed here.

eTwinning Carnival Competition for Students

eTwinning Malta is launching a competition for Primary and Secondary School students – Recycling for Carnival – with the main aim of getting students documenting processes using ICT tools.

All participants will receive an eTwinning token and the most creative results in Primary and Secondary categories will be awarded the following items:

• 1st Prize: Webcams
• 2nd Prize: 2Gb Pendrives
• 3rd Prize: USB hubs

  

Competition process and regulations:

  1. Create a Carnival-related float, costume or mask using recycled materials.
  2. Take a number of photos during this process, from the raw materials (which would have been thrown away) till the finished product.
  3. Transfer the photos onto your computer.
  4. Use one of the following presentation software to show this step-by-step process.
  5. The students can work in groups of up to 4 (not a whole class activity) and each school can submit as many presentations as students prepare.
  6. Presentations can be sent to the eTwinning office:
  7. Presentations submitted for evaluation need to have:
    • Name of students (up to 4 students)
    • Age of students
    • College and School Name
    • Name of teacher/s mediating this initiative
  8. Deadline for submissions: Friday 11th March 2011 @ 12.00 noon

eTwinning Competition’s Prize Giving to Schools

On Wednesday 1st April, Friday 3rd April and Monday 6th April 2009, the National Coordinator visited the schools who won the Carnival Digital Animation Competition.

Primary Category

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Winners of the 3rd Prize: St. Clare College, Pembroke Primary

 

Secondary Category

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Winners of the 1st Prize: St. Benedict College, Tarxien Girls Secondary

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Winners of the 2nd Prize: St. Gorg Preca College, Hamrun Boys Junior Lyceum

 

Consolation Prizes

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St. Benedict College, Tarxien Girls Secondary

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St. Clare College, Sliema Primary

Carnival Cometition Production by St. Julian’s Primary

St. Clare College, St. Julian’s Primary School participated in the eTwinning Carnival competition with the following digital animation by Year 6 pupils.

Carnival Competition Productions by St. Paul’s Bay Primary

Maria Regina College, St. Paul’s Bay Primary School participated in the eTwinning Carnival competition with the following digital animations by their Year 4 pupils.