As part of the Erasmus+ 30 national campaign in Malta, the European Union Programmes Agency, with the support of the Ministry for Education and Employment, created a drawing competition for primary schools for children between the age of 7 and 10. Children were asked to express their understanding of the concept of ‘Mobility’ through a drawing.
This competition was open for all local primary schools, and a total of 17 submissions were received from Maltese and Gozitan schools.
A few days after the deadline, judges selected the three most creative drawings that represent the element of mobility, one of the main key components of the Erasmus+ programme. The most three creative drawings were then awarded a certificate and an educational prize on Thursday 22nd June.
Prizes were given by Hon. Minister for Education and Employment, Evarist Bartolo, together with Mr. Joseph Schembri, EUPA’s CEO and Ms. Ruth Frendo, the Maltese face for the Erasmus+ 30 campaign.