The following communication in relation to Printing Pilot Project is being issued by MEDE to affected schools, i.e. Marsascala Primary School and Zejtun Secondary School. Of particular note is the fact that day to day printing can now be done at a printer of the educator’s choice as one of the options. The school will issue refunds upon presentation of receipts. The MUT will continue to monitor the situation closely accordingly. Educators in other schools who are being requested to use the GPP for photocopies of their teaching material are asked to inform the Union.
Dear Head of School,
Reference is made to the Printing Pilot Project in Marsascala Primary School and Zejtun Secondary School.
Please note that:
· all bulk printing (including magazines, diaries, pre-prepared packs etc.) is to be done at the Government Printing Press (GPP). The Government Printing Press has the right of first refusal and shall deliver the printed material to the school within three working days from the date of receiving the printing job request.
· all day to day printing is to be done at one of the following options:
o at the Government Printing Press
o using the school photocopying machines
o at a printer of the teaching grade’s choice. Receipts need to be presented to the school for refunds.
Kindly disseminate this information to all teaching grades within these two schools.