On Friday 31st May, the Secretariat for Communications and the Secretariat for Catholic Education, organized a seminar on Media Education in which initiatives were launched with the aim of diffusing this important subject across the curriculum. PSD teachers were given resource packs to use during their lessons, and a new website was launched to make this cross-curricular approach in Media Education a reality. One can access this website on www.mediaeducation.org.mt. Mr. Edward Wright, the Head of Department for Media Education and PSD, introduced the seminar with a short speech in which he explained the importance of Media Education and proposed a way forward to promote it through a cross-curricular approach. The first guest speaker was Ms. Marketa Zezulkowa, a PhD graduate student in Media Education at Bournemouth University, England. She spoke about the Whole -Person Approach toward Media Education, which is the theme of her doctorate dissertation. Mr.Stephen Vella, Director of the Institute for Arts and Design at MCAST, spoke of the importance of giving students at secondary education level opportunities for vocational education, and media education has a crucial role in this respect. Mr.Clive Piscopo, teacher and actor, shared with the teachers some tips which can help them process short films effectively with their students in the classroom. Finally, Mr.Maurice Aquilina, IT teacher and web designer, launched and explained the educational affordances offered by the new website. The seminar was opened by Rev.Dr.Charles Tabne OP, the Archbishop’s Delegate for Media and Social Communications, and was ended by a short address and prayer by the Archbishop Mgr.Paul Cremona OP.