Tag: children

Photo of the week: Getting into the swing of things

A child is swinging in Birżebbuġa’s playingfield, making the most on a warm autumn day after school.

Photo of the week: Fun, colours and talent

Young children take interest by looking at a local artisan stall in Sliema showcasing painted rocks and other creative pieces.

Inter-ministerial agreement signed for early screening for development problems in children

A new screening aimed at identifying any intellectual or physical development problems in children including newborns up until 16 years of age will be introduced after an inter-ministerial agreement was signed.

Four new child patients were not attending any schools

The four new child patients of COVID-19 were not attending any schools.

Children share ideas for new Żabbar play area with ministers

Children’s concept designs for their dream play area in Żabbar were shared with four ministers.

Parents granted supervised access to minors again, family court rules

Biological parents and grandparents allowed to see children again

Keeping young minds entertained

62% of children globally have no education, currently. The COVID-19 pandemic has brought about several disturbances, one of which being the fact that school children are unable to bee present in their school physically. Although the vast majority of schools in various countries have quickly adopted online schooling, this is not for every school, or every student.

Spanish children get outside for first time in six weeks

Spanish children went outside at last on Sunday after spending six weeks in Europe's strictest coronavirus lockdowns.

U.N. warns economic downturn could kill hundreds of thousands of children...

The world body also said in a risk report that nearly 369 million children across 143 countries who normally rely on school meals for a reliable source of daily nutrition have now been forced to look elsewhere.

Malta Trust Foundation’s student counselling project goes online

The Malta Trust Foundation announced on Friday that The Blossom project will transfer all its psycho-social support online, this week. The aim of this project is to ensure vulnerable students will get all the help they need to face life’s struggles after schools closed due to the coronavirus pandemic.