Education

For teachers - Mixja Virtwali fil-Park

For teachers - Mixja Virtwali fil-Park

An easy to use interactive tool in Maltese to prepare your group for a walk at Majjistral Park or to simply learn more about this park. 

Access the downloadable resource.

A teacher's note can be found here.

The introductory video can be watched here (pass: park).

While the Garnija video for stop 5 can be seen here.

This work was carried out by 

Annalise Falzon; Denise Mizzi; Michelle Pace Moore; Tyrone Xuereb; Mariana Zammit as part of a project for University of Malta course credit Msl4207: applied learning technologies (2014)

The Park is committed to environmental education and awareness raising for all age groups. Educational talks and walks, snorkelling events and more are organized regularly by the park to encourage people to enjoy the outdoors fully whilst also becoming more aware of our surroundings and learning about nature and various environmental themes.

Guided Nature Walks for Schools

Guided Nature Walks for Schools

Download our latest school circular for visits starting 1st February till May 2013 here

School Visits


The Heritage Parks Federation (Din l-Art Ħelwa, Gaia Foundation, Nature Trust (Malta)) is inviting schools to bring their students for a guided nature walk at Il-Majjistral Nature and History Park l/o Mellieha – an area which extends along the coast from Golden Bay to Anchor Bay and inland towards Manikata. The area was protected in 2007 and guided walks are held regularly to encourage the public to experience nature on foot.

This is an opportunity for students to become more aware of their surroundings and to come into contact with nature - the first step towards true appreciation of our heritage. The walk is intended to act as a taster of the outdoors – an activity which will hopefully instil a sense of environmental respect in every participant and arouse a greater curiosity within them to learn more. There are no special subject requirements – the idea is to learn in a more practical way in nature’s own open air classroom whilst also getting some exercise. However any requests for special themes to be discussed during the walk are welcome and the walk length and topics can be varied accordingly.

The walk, including several stops, takes about 3 hours and follows a circular route along existing paths. Students are advised to wear suitable shoes and bring a small packed lunch. Please note that toilets are not available on site. Responsibility for the group during the walk will be in the hands of accompanying teachers/facilitators.

Practical info

Activity fee: €2.50

Max number of students: 30

Min number: 10

Recommended age: 7 years+

Map: http://www.majjistral.org/guided_walk.html

Meeting place and time: 9.30am Manikata Church.

Ends 3hrs after at same place (unless a linear route is preferred).

Note: The walk will be postponed if it is too rainy as there is no shelter on site.

Every student will be given a booklet on the park.

For booking and for more information please contact Il-Majjistral Park, on walks@majjistral.org

An outing to MAJJISTRAL NATURE PARK By Sean Fava 5Y St Edward's College

An outing to MAJJISTRAL NATURE PARK  By Sean Fava 5Y St Edward's College

Read Sean's precise account of his experience on a school outing at Majjistral Park here