Year: 2015

St. Nicholas Day

The college celebrated the feast of St Nicholas on 4th December, this being the patron saint of the college. Every primary school sent year 3 students to this event which was hosted at our school. The middle and senior school also sent student representatives to celebrate this special day. Mass was celebrated at the Mgarr […]

Novena Day 3

The Year 2.2 students of Ms Beverly prepared the Special Assembly for the third day of the Novena. The focus was on the donkey, which although is considered to be a very simple animal, always played an important role in the major events while Jesus Christ was on earth.

Novena run up towards Christmas

The students are preparing for the Christmas celebrations. Every day a different class prepares a special assembly as a run towards the celebration of the birth of Baby Jesus. Above are the Yr 3.1 students and below the Yr 3.2 students who kicked off this year’s Novena.

Maths Shopping Activity

The Year 3.2 students of Ms Stephanie went for a Maths shopping activity in the locality of  Mgarr. During this activity the children had the opportunity to experience, first-hand, shopping groceries for a recipe they had to prepare at school. The children went to a grocery and to the bakery to buy ingredients for a […]

Smoothies and Mince Pies…

The K1.2 students of Ms Josianne, together with their student teachers, Ms Fiona and Ms Danika, prepared some healthy smoothies made of bananas, strawberries and milk. To compliment their drink the students prepared delicious mince pies filled with apples and raisins. Well done to these little chefs 🙂

Traffic lights…

The kinder 2.1 students of Ms Janice Vella and the K2.3 students of Ms Marija Zammit had a very interesting session about traffic lights. The aim was to educate children on the significance of traffic lights, while learning colours through play. Children made their own traffic lights using sponges and melted jelly.

Fieldwork at Valletta

On the 18th November, the year 6 children carried out a fieldwork at Valletta. They visited various historical places such as the Aubergue de Castille, the President’s Palace, St. John’s Cathedral, and many other interesting sites.  A short break followed in the Barrakka Gardens while admiring the beauty of the Grand Harbour. Through such fieldwork […]

Little Scientists at work…

The year 4.1 students of Ms Angelique Attard prepared a special assembly for their schoolmates. During the assembly they demonstrated how electrostatic electricity can be produced by simply rubbing a balloon again a jersey. Students had a great time watching one of their classmates’ hair rising due to the electrostatic electricity that was produced. In […]

Green Club…

The Green Club, coordinated by Ms Rodgers, assistant head, have been busy preparing material to be displayed on the school noticeboard. The students made research and learnt that trees are the lungs of our planet earth. This information is now available for all students to enjoy and to learn from.