The third transnational meeting of the Sequences project took place in Malta last week. Each of the 6 countries currently piloting the Sequences draft tool-kit shared their experience of working with early years settings and their progress to date. This meeting took place in the offices of Malta Union of Teachers, Ħamrun. Thanks to all who helped make this visit fruitful and to Lorna Schembri, Head of St Margaret’s College Vittoriosa Primary School, Birgu and her team for inviting us to the school. All partners were delighted to meet Ms Maryanne Zammit, Education Officer Early Childhood Education who generously shared her experience of mentoring and assessing early years professional educators in Malta and informing us about the introduction of the new emergent approach to the early years curriculum. More information about the project at sequences-project.eu.
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