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09th January 2022
We did the MASH. We did the MONSTER MASH! We love dress-up days because they're so much fun. And on Halloween week we learned that brains are delicious with a clove of garlic and some parsley....
09th January 2022
Our wonderful Dir5ector at HOG (Malta) recently returned from training in Namibioa, Africa with these wonderful, dedicated, creative, caring, amazing teachers in Namibia. In spite of the distance...
09th January 2022
Let's turn that frown upside down and support! If the law of ratios is correct, then someone close to us may be struggling. We have introduced elements of WELLBEING & RESILIENCE into our award...
09th January 2022
Every drama lesson has strong elements of creative thinking as we improvise and explore possibilities to arrive at the best solutions. Our programmes tap into children's inherent creativity and sense of...
09th January 2022
The Directorate in Quality and Standards in Education (DQSE) has accredited “Non Formal Award in Development through Drama” at MQF Level 3 of the European Qualifications Framework (EQF) for...
23rd August 2021
"There is no doubt that creativity is the greatest human resource of all" - Profs Edward Debono. Every minute of our lesson is packed with creativity and imagination and problem solving...
23rd August 2021
https://timesofmalta.com/articles/view/how-the-arts-can-soften-the-impact-of-the-pandemic-on-young-children.895015   The impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on the natural development of young...
23rd August 2021
The Fun Factory really has put the FUN back into summer. We did it safely - but with a lot of love, music, dance and laughter. We will be working on excerpts and interpretations of The Lion King which...
23rd August 2021
https://timesofmalta.com/articles/view/equipping-children-with-life-skills-for-the-21st-century.841373 Educators and workforce experts alike warn that our children need improved 21st century skills....