Nov 212018

Dear parents and teachers and staff,

The school PTA invites you, your relatives and friends to the annual PTA Christmas Event.  Together, let’s prepare for the Lord Jesus’s birth and through our donations help others in need.  This year the Advent Celebration will be prepared by the Year 4 classes.


Circular and booking form can be found here->> 2018 PTA Christmas event circular – final

Nov 142018

Dear Parents and Teachers

Below please find a final Notice and Agenda for the Annual General Meeting of the PTA. You are all members of the PTA and it is of utmost importance that you attend. You are encouraged to participate, make suggestions, hear about activities and projects, as well as to show the Committee your support.

Four nominations have been received for the four vacant posts for parent representatives on the PTA committee. Therefore, an election with respect to the PTA committee will not be held.
As advised by Ms Joyce Pullicino, Chairperson of the Board of Governors, further to the Board of Governors’ call for nominations to the Board of one parent from the Senior section of the College to join the Board, two parents were nominated. Hence, an election organised by the Board of Governors will be held with respect to the Senior School parents. All parents of children in the Senior School are entitled to vote.

You are all kindly requested to fill in and return the slip below regarding this Notice and Agenda. It is understood that you shall not be bringing your children with you unless you sent in the respective application form by the closing date which was the 7th November 2018.

Kindly note the AGM and Mass will be held in St. Paul’s Hall and not in the Marian Hall and Chapel as previously advised.

Thank you.
Melanie Fero’
Hon. Secretary


Nov 122018

Thanks to the school’s Art teacher, Ms. Christabel Vella, in mid-day break activities during last scholastic year, our students worked together to produce this project.

The initiative came along when the Junior School decided to participate in this project as part of the V18 programme.

A class of Year 5 students, now in Year 6, worked on a love story, linking elements from Orfeo and Eurydice, as well as Majnun and Leila, with the Maltese traditional game, Bum Bum il-Bieb. The students came up with a plot where two royal families decide to make stronger alliances by marrying their offspring to connect their families. …

The students worked on black and white characters, sets and props using recycled cardboard. The work was put together in a stop motion video in the style of a black and white silent film.

On Saturday 27th October there was an event called “Orfeo and Majnun” in different parts of Valletta and this animated stop motion video was exhibited at St James Cavalier Spazju Kreattiv.

You can see the video by clicking on the link here –>