THE MINISTRY FOR EDUCATION AND EMPLOYMENT Club 3-16 opens two new special centres

The Foundation for Educational Services today opened two new special Club 3-16 centres to cater for students from Church schools which will not be receiving students physically on a daily basis during this scholastic year.

The two centres—Maria Bambina at the Junior College and San Guzepp at MCAST—will permit students to follow online resources prepared by their school in an environment which is suitable for their needs during the days when these students will not be attending school.

Health authorities’ protocols will be adhered to in these two centres.

This service, which is being given by the Foundation for Educational Services, will permit parents to continue with their work and career with their mind at rest, knowing that their children are being safeguarded. The service is being given from 7a.m until 6p.m. Parents can pick up their children at any time during these hours of service. The service is free of any charge up till 2.30p.m., whilst normal Club 3-16 rates apply from 2.30p.m. onwards.

The service is up to now receiving children from various Church schools. All those interested to apply for this service can do so by registering online through the site: For more information about this service, those interested can send an email on

Source: Office of the Prime Minister