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Category Archives: Church Schools

Archbishop’s Secretariat for Education refusing to help person in need

March 17, 2016 at 12:21 pm

Archbishop’s Secretariat for Education refusing to help person in need

The MUT has written to the Archbishop of Malta after it is evident that the Archbishop’s Secretariat for Education is inventing excuses to refrain from helping a teacher who is requesting a temporary change of duties due to grave health reasons. The Secretary for the Archbishop is even expecting to dictate to the medical consultant […]

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Church School Vacancies for Social Worker and Head of Department for Biology

February 19, 2016 at 4:45 pm

Church School Vacancies for Social Worker and Head of Department for Biology

The Secretariat for Catholic Education has issued calls for applications for the posts of Social Worker and Head of Department for Biology and has asked the Union to circulate it. For more information about it please click here. This vacancy is being forwarded as requested by this third party and members should kindly note that […]

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Church School Call for Assistant Head

February 5, 2016 at 2:00 pm

Church School Call for Assistant Head

The Secretariat for Catholic Education has issued a call for applications for the post of Assistant Head of Secondary at Stella Maris College open to teachers in Church Schools and has asked the Union to circulate it. For more information about it please click here. This vacancy is being forwarded as requested by this third […]

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Sabbatical for non-State Schools

January 26, 2016 at 3:00 pm

Sabbatical for non-State Schools

The MUT wrote to the Permanent Secretary at the MEDE to ask about its plans to extend Sabbatical leave to non-State Schools, especially in view of a reference included in the last budget speech. The Union will keep members updated of any development accordingly.

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LOF in Church Schools: an update

January 13, 2016 at 4:00 pm

LOF in Church Schools: an update

Following correspondence with the Director for Educational Services in Church Schools on LOF, the Director replied stating that at a previous meeting the HODs were asked whether they would like the Train the Trainer participants to share their experience and that there was general consensus that this would be a good idea. Also, the Director […]

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LOF in Church Schools

January 11, 2016 at 4:15 pm

LOF in Church Schools

The MUT wrote the Secretariat for Catholic Education in relation to a meeting held for HODs where there were a series of presentations on the LOF. The Union clarified that although it requested details on this several times in the past months, it does not yet have any implementation details on the LOF. The Union […]

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Church School Call for Assistant Head

January 6, 2016 at 4:30 pm

Church School Call for Assistant Head

The Secretariat for Catholic Education has issued a call for applications for the post of Assistant Head of Primary School at St Aloysius College and has asked the Union to circulate it. For more information about it please click here. This vacancy is being forwarded as requested by this third party and members should kindly […]

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Church Schools Agreement Addendum on recruitment/promotion

January 5, 2016 at 3:15 pm

Church Schools Agreement Addendum on recruitment/promotion

The MUT and the Church School Secretariat have finally signed an addendum to the agreement on the lines as originally requested by the MUT in which the long awaited improvement for recruitment to the grades of Assistant Heads and Heads has finally come to light. The addendum is an update of the current clauses concerning […]

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Number of students in class in State/Church Secondary Schools

December 17, 2015 at 3:20 pm

Number of students in class in State/Church Secondary Schools

The number of students in class is stipulated in the respective agreements as follows: – Forms I and 2 (Years 7 and 8): Maximum of 30 students (provided that the number of students does not exceed 26 in classes with a statement regarding individual needs); – Forms 3, 4 and 5 (Years 9,10 and 11): […]

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