FES Skola SAJF 2023

Service providers for eSkills Malta Foundation

Discover a world of fun activities to enjoy before, during, and after our exciting sessions! At Data Science Malta, we are eagerly looking forward to meeting and engaging with each and every one of you.

Before our sessions begin, take some time to explore the wide range of enjoyable activities available. Whether it's getting to know your fellow participants, delving into stimulating pre-session materials, or discovering insightful resources, we have prepared an array of options to enhance your experience and set the stage for a remarkable journey.

During our sessions, brace yourself for an immersive and interactive adventure. Our team is dedicated to creating an engaging and dynamic environment where learning becomes an enjoyable experience. From thought-provoking discussions to hands-on exercises, we strive to foster collaboration, spark creativity, and facilitate meaningful growth.

After our sessions, the excitement continues! Take advantage of the post-session activities designed to reinforce what you have learned and extend the learning experience beyond the classroom. Dive deeper into the subject matter with supplementary materials, engage in discussions with your peers, or explore additional resources that expand your knowledge and understanding.

We believe that learning should be a joyful and transformative process, and we are committed to providing an inclusive and enriching environment for all participants. Together, let's embark on this thrilling journey of discovery, growth, and fun!

Join us and experience the excitement firsthand. Get ready for a rewarding adventure that combines learning, engagement, and a whole lot of fun. We can't wait to meet you all!

Colouring Activity



Download the images and colour in.



Send your completed drawings on [email protected], together with your full name and skola sajf locality.



Each entry will receive a 5 euro voucher to any of our courses.


Fun Facts


The First Robot Was a Mechanical Duck

In the 18th century, Jacques de Vaucanson, a French inventor, created a mechanical duck that could flap its wings, move its head, and even digest food. This incredible creation is considered one of the earliest examples of a programmable robot.


Robot Soccer is a Real Thing

RoboCup, an international robotics competition, features a unique category known as Robot Soccer, where autonomous robots play soccer against each other. The goal of RoboCup is to develop a team of humanoid robots that can compete against the human World Cup champions by the year 2050.


Soft Robots Mimic Real Organisms

Soft robotics is a fascinating field that focuses on creating robots made from flexible materials that can move and adapt like living organisms. These robots are inspired by natural creatures such as octopuses and jellyfish and have the potential for applications in areas like healthcare, exploration, and disaster response.

Submit your Robot

Build your own robot and show us what you have built! We would love to see it.

Claim your TWO Vouchers