Year 3 help the Junior School to learn more about St Martin during assembly.


The Year 5 students of the Junior School remind us of the important journey St Philippine Duchesne made 200 years ago to reach America. Her journey was long and difficult however her determination and qualities of courage and love of prayer teach us so much!


In order to appreciate the many wonderful qualities of St Philippine Duchesne, the Junior School shall be working on a different quality every month.

Last month the students worked on being kind and caring, just as St Philippine was towards those around her. During Mass, one student per class was awarded a ‘St Philippine Duchesne Certificate’ for being extra kind and caring.


See what the children did during the Buskett outing here –> Buskett Outing


The Junior School raises awareness for Pink October with a dress down day. All students and staff came in jeans and pink tops whilst giving a small donation to support a very worthy cause.


Year 6 teachers and students present their Assembly for the feast of Mater Admirabilis


On Wednesday 18th October the students of the Junior School united with many other students in Malta and Gozo to say the rosary.

Many students brought flowers to school to be placed in front of the statue of Mary and every year level enjoyed some peaceful prayer time in St Paul’s Hall. Teachers used power points, music and reflections to help our students understand the importance and value of prayer through the rosary.


The Junior School has celebrated Summer Fun by inviting students to share photos, write ups or pictures about their fun summer activities. These were all displayed on the Community Notice Board.

The Goal of Community is a living goal in the school and therefore the board will change on a monthly basis. Each month we will display qualities of character that St Philippine Duchesne had. Qualities that can inspire us all on an individual basis and as community, by helping us to grow together.

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