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Qed nirċievu telefonati dwar il-listi tas-sena dieħla.

Il-listi tar-4, 5 u 6 sena (2021-2022) ilhom li ntbgħatu minn Ġunju. Bħal ma dejjem ngħidulkom l-istess listi tistgħu issibhom ukoll fuq din il-website. Bgħatna email u għamilna wkoll avviz fuq il-Facebook page tal-iskola. L-ittri jkunu taħt “Circulars”. Ovvjament il-listi li ntbagħtu f’Ġunju qegħdin taħt “Circulars 2020-2021”. Din daqt tiġi aġġornata. Kif għidnilkom ukoll, aħna jkollna rendikont ta’ lil min bgħatna l-emails. Jekk jogħġobkom iċċemplux l-iskola targumentaw li aħna ma bgħatna xejn!

Il-listi tat-3 sena ntbagħtu fil-bidu tax-xahar, bl-istess mod.

Għal darb’oħra, dawn huma l-listi:

F’sitwazzjoni ta’ pandemija, ma nistgħux nagħmlu mirakli. Hija responsabbilita’ tagħkom li taqraw l-emails u ċ-cirkularijiet li jinħarġu, fil-ħin.


Charlot Cassar
Kap tal-Iskola

Dear Parents

We are receiving phone calls regarding lists for the upcoming scholastic year.

The lists for Year 4, 5 and 6 (2021-2022) were published in June. As we repeatedly advise you, the same lists are available on this website. We also sent an email and a note on our Facebook page. Letters can be found under “Circulars”. Since these lists were published in June, the letters can be found under “Circulars 2020-2021”. This will be updated shortly. As also advised, we have a record of every email sent. Please refrain from calling the school arguing that we are not sending any information.

The lists for Year 3 were published at the beginning of the month, in the same way.

Once again, here are the lists:

There is only so much we can do given the COVID circumstances. It is your responsibility to read emails and check circulars, in a timely manner.

Thank you.

Charlot Cassar
Head of School

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Year 3 – 2021/2022

Dear Year 3 Parents and Students

Welcome to our school!

We are currently waiting for what is called a migration exercise to be able to communicate directly with you. In simple words, the information about students who will be in Year 3 in 2021-2022 needs to be transferred from School A to School B. This is something that is carried out centrally by the Education Department and should be happening very soon. We kindly ask you to be patient until this exercise is finalised.

We have prepared a booklet with information about our school which we believe you will find useful.

As regards the list of school items that students will need next year, you will find this information here:

We hope this helps you to start preparing for the new scholastic year. In the meantime, please rest assured that we will inform you as soon as possible of any developments, particularly with relation to COVID-19.

Thank you and stay safe!

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Accessing Annual Exam Results

Annual exam results, including benchmark exam results, will be available on MySchool in the coming days.

There are two ways to access the MySchool portal to see results:

A. Through the Parental/Guardian Portal

In order to access the parental portal, you will need to have the following:

  • Internet access
  • A device with a web browser such as Chrome, Safari, or IE.
  • A valid e-id number obtained from Identity Malta
  • A child or dependent who is actively enrolled in the participating schools in Malta

Please use these links for more info:

Maltese Version
English Version

B. Through MySchool Student Access

For the procedure, please use these links:

Maltese Version
English Version

Verżjoni bil-Malti

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School Transport 2021-2022

School transport applications are now open!

Follow this link to apply:

You can also apply at the Department of Education in Floriana, Mondays to Fridays from 08:00 to 13:00 and also Wednesdays from 16:00 to 18:30.

Those who already use school transport should have received an email with a link to renew their application.

May we remind Year 6 students that they need to apply for transport for next year!

The school transport section can be contacted on 25981888.

Freedom to Learn 2

Our school is actively involved in a number of Erasmus+ projects. One of these projects is Freedom to Learn 2 which, as suggested by the title, is a continuation of an earlier project. This project has 2 main aims:

  • It offers an opportunity for our students to focus on the learning process and become independent learners.
  • It offers the opportunity to embrace the United Nation’s Sustainable Development Goals.

The Sustainable Development Goals are 17 goals set by the United Nations to provide for a better future. They are basic gaols which will benefit humankind across board.

You can find more information about the goals on Over the next months we will be supporting various initiatives to promote the SDGs and do our part to reach these goals by 2030.

In the meantime, on 30 April, all children are invited to wear something that is in one way or another related to any one of these goals so that we start creating awareness.

St Margaret College