Malta Association of Teachers of English as a Foreign Language


MATEFL is an organisation run by and for teachers of English as a Foreign Language. It is dedicated to the professional
developmentof its members, the majority of whom are employed in Malta’s
47 EFL schools, by facilitating the sharing and
exchanging of ideas and keeping abreast of new developments in the EFL world. The Association runs a minimum of three
seminar/workshops a year for its members. The majority of these are led by members themselves in a spirit of sharing the
best of TEFL practice in Malta. Once or twice a year a well-known international practitioner/author is brought over to Malta
to lead a workshop for MATEFL.
MATEFL is an affiliate member of IATEFL


21st Birthday Celebration


Jim Scrivener and Alan Marsh

Saturday 25th June 2016

Old Humanities Block ALT
Pietru Pawl Saydon Hall

University of Malta

09.00 to 13.15 (doors open at 08.00)


Provisional dates for 2016 activities

Date Event Time/Venue
Saturday 23rd January
led by various local presenters
(postponed from November 2015)

Time: 9.15 - 13.15
Venue: Ace English, Bay Street, Complex

Wednesday 16th March AGM + Workshop (90 mins)
Time: 16:30 – 20:00
Venue: Junior College, Room D215

Saturday 25th June 21st Birthday celebration
Talk and workshop
by Jim Scrivener
Workshop by Alan Marsh

Time: 9.15 - 13.15
Venue: Old Humanities Block ALT - Pietru Pawl Saydon Hall, University of Malta, Tal-Qroqq
Saturday 26th November Multi-Workshops
led by various local presenters
Time: 9.15 - 13.15
Venue: TBA

Monitoring Board English Language

For a list of schools which hold preparation
courses for the above examination click 


click here to take advantage of the
reduced rate for affiliate members to
join IATEFL 

click here to find out about sponsorship
to attend an IATEFL conference


TEFL & TELT courses 

TEFL & Preparation for the Monitoring
Board EFL (TELT) Exam Courses designed and led by

Alan Marsh

click for details


MATEFL is always looking for
interesting ELT related articles
for the newsletter.  If you have
something you would like to share with other members:  an article,
an interesting or funny story or
a favourite lesson plan,
please send it to