Exploring Pupil’s Inquiries on eXistential themes



Call for Volunteers

To support the tutors, we will be involving volunteers during the sessions.

Their main task would be to

  • facilitate small groups of students, help students with assigned tasks.
  • document the process through photos, personal reflections, etc.

To apply, kindly email us the following details on epix@humanistsmalta.org by the 6th of September

Should you require further information don’t hesitate to get in touch through the email address above or on +356 79 373 986



Who am I? Why am I here?

Exploring pupils’ inquires on existential themes

The project seeks to collaborate with a secondary school on deepening their students’ inquiry of existentialist themes beyond the curriculum. Students who participate in the project will benefit from a challenging course on existential inquiry, taught by experts in their field.

Existential questions are relevant to the education of Year 9 to Year 11 students in particular, who will be starting to grapple with profound existential topics such as the meaning of existence, the nature of personal identity, authenticity, the possession of free will, discomfort or fascination with ambiguity and death.

If dealt with at all, these challenging questions typically arise in the context of religious education but curriculum constraints means that students’ existential questions often go unexplored. The course proposed here will be an extra-curricular which gives students space to engage with and express their existential questions over five dialogue-based, small-group tutorials and two student-led sessions. The aim is thus to foster existential inquiry for children in a safe but challenging space.

The project is still in its early stages. Please don’t hesitate to get in touch with us on epix@humanistsMalta.org should you wish more information.

This project has been funded by the Small Initiatives Support Scheme (SIS) managed by the Malta Council for the Voluntary Sector (MCVS).

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