Category Archives: Empowering Students


Presentation of LEAF Awards – January 2023


Our school has been awarded the Learning about Forests (L.E.A.F.) award for the sixth time for the work carried out during the last scholastic year. On Tuesday 17th January 2023, Ms Alexia Brincau, Assistant Head, attended the award giving presentation. The L.E.A.F. programme promotes the awareness of connecting with our natural surroundings and the importance the environment […]

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Eco Code Presentation of Certificates – January 2023


The Eko Skola committee recently held the Eco Code competition to choose the Code which will represent the goals on which the school is focusing this scholastic year. Several girls participated in this initiative and presented very good work. Two works were chosen as the Eco Code posters for this scholastic year. The winning entries […]

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Presentation of Dinja Waħda Gold Award  – November 2022


On Thursday 24th November 2022, our school was presented with the Dinja Waħda Gold Award. Ms Lycia Bezzina, the Dinja Waħda coordinator, together with Skye Bonello and Anthea Manara of Grade 4, represented the school during the awards ceremony. The activity took place at Esplora Science Centre. On Monday 28th November 2022, Dr Kenneth Vella, the […]

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Litterless Campaign Launch – October 2022


On Thursday 27th October 2022, the Grade 6 and Senior 1 girls from the Eko Skola Committee attended the Litterless Campaign launch which was held at Golden Bay. This activity was organised by Nature Trust – FEE Malta, and was attended by Hon. Minister Miriam Dalli. During the activity, Julia Rose Attard, Kate Falzon, Andrea Gauci, […]

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Presentation by Eko Skola Members – October 2022


On Tuesday 4th October 2022, members of the Eko Skola committee delivered a presentation during the assembly. Julie Rose Attard and Kate Falzon spoke about their experience of measuring surface temperature as part of the GLOBE programme. Jade Azzopardi and Emma Falzon described their experience as Eko Skola committee members and the various interesting projects carried […]

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CIRCLE Award for Solidarity – June 2022


On Thursday 16th June 2022, Yasmine Camilleri of Senior 2, was given an award for the most outstanding student. She was awarded for her exemplary behaviour, for taking extra care of things at school and for showing solidarity towards others in the past years. The award was given by the school administration and was presented to […]

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Grade 6 Dinja Waħda Activity – Something Fishy – June 2022


The Grade 6 girls recently had an activity related to the Dinja Waħda programme. The girls were provided with information regarding different species living in Malta’s shallow waters. Each student had to draw a different piece of the puzzle. Clues were provided to help the children piece the puzzle of the underwater creatures together. Thanks to all the teachers who carried […]

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Dinja Wahda – Grade 5 activity – Round Robin – June 2022


The Grade 5 class recently carried out an activity in relation to Dinja Waħda programme. After reading facts about the Robin (Maltese pitirross) and the story Lucky Robin, the girls made a robin mobile.  The activity included colouring the robin, cutting  and folding it to create a mobile. This activity was done with the help of Ms Nicole Inguanez. The Dinja Waħda programme […]

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Dinja Waħda Grade 1 Activity – I Promise – June 2022


The Grade 1 girls recently held an activity in relation to Dinja Waħda programme called I Promise. The girls had to colour in a picture of a  hedgehog and then complete a promise to take care of hedgehogs. The activity was led by Ms Charlotte Zammit, with the help of Ms Clare Meilak and Ms […]

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Dinja Waħda Grade 4 Activity – Sea Chains  – June 2022


On Friday 10th June 2022, during the Art and Craft lesson, the Grade 4 students participated actively in the Dinja Waħda activity – Sea Chains.  Following a presentation and a discussion about how best to safeguard our seas and the sea creatures in it, led by Ms Ruth Mansueto, Assistant Head of School, the students made sea […]

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