Dinja Waħda Primary is BirdLife Malta’s environmental education programme in primary schools that carries our vision of connecting children with nature, from Kindergarten to Year 6, giving them the skills to improve nature around them.
Welcome to Dinja Waħda
The scholastic year 2023/2024 marks the year of full transition to our latest Action Guide. Activities meet current Learning Outcomes and are designed in such a way that both students and teachers enjoy, learn and connect with nature.
In recent years our education team has reviewed the Dinja Waħda programme in line with developments in the education sector, and changes in society. Our latest action guide is now fully online. Teachers will find the topics, activities and resources on our dedicated Dinja Waħda website.
How it works
The Dinja Waħda website is accessible using any modern web browser connected to the internet through https://dinjawahda.birdlifemalta.org, which will bring you to the login page.
To be able to log in into the website, your email address needs to have been registered as follows:
- Dinja Waħda school coordinators are registered by an administrator from BirdLife Malta. If you are a Dinja Waħda school coordinator and do not have access to the system or if you are a school that is new to Dinja Waħda, please contact [email protected]so that we can register you.
- Teachers are registered by the Dinja Waħda school coordinators when the school profile is completed.
Click on our Introduction Video to find out what shaped our thinking behind the latest Dinja Waħda Action Guide for Teachers.
What teachers had to say about our latest Action Guide
“I learnt about flora that I didn’t know existed, I learnt interesting facts about fauna and migration.”– Mary Jane Vassallo, Żejtun Primary A
“Exploring the outdoors, looking for different materials and building the homes was such an exciting experience for the students! They felt like explorers and enjoyed being independent and making their own choices when it came to choosing the materials and building the minibeast homes! They also enjoyed showing each other what they found and how they built the different homes. The students are now very looking forward to see which minibeasts come to visit!”– Nicole Mallia, Year 2 teacher, Pietà Primary
“At first I thought it was a lot to plan but the children enjoyed it and it was all worth it.”– Eleanor Pace, Żurrieq Primary