On Thursday 4 October our school celebrated Animal Awareness Day. During morning assembly, the Head of School spoke about this special day and about the love we should have towards animals. He also told us that there would be a surprise during the day!
And what a surprise! During the Mathematics lesson, while the teacher was explaining how to read and write large numbers, two lovely dogs, Buddy and Lulu, came into class accompanied by their carer.
Buddy is a large, snow-white dog. He was abondoned, run over by a car and even shot. He was rescued and now lives happily with his owner. Lulu is a brown dog which was also run over by a car. Luckily, she was rescued and will soon be going to Germany to a new, loving home!
The two dogs were so happy to be with us that they did not want to leave the classroom. Buddy lay down on the floor waiting to be patted. We were really excited and with the teacher’s permission and under the watchful eye of their carer, we carefully approached the dogs to pat them. We really enjoyed ourselves and so did the two dogs!
The school also collected cat and dog food to help stray animals.
Written by Year 6 Panthers (Mr N. Paris)
Our school has just received the KMS SPU Fair Play Award for scholastic year 2011-2012. The aim of this award is to promote the principles of fair play among school children and to reward individuals, groups, classes or schools for their effort and excellence in showing best attitude in sports.
The award was presented by Mr Louis Borg, Board Member Kunsill Malti għall-iSport, and Ms Marcon Cassar from the Sport Promotion Unit, on Monday 1 October 2012.
Ms Maria Mc Namara, College Principal, and Mr Charlot Cassar, Head of School, received the award on behalf of the students.
Welcome to our school’s website!
Over the coming weeks and months, we hope that this website will help bring our school and the community closer together. We will be posting regular updates about school events and activities and you will be able to share these posts with family and friends through social networks like Facebook or through email.
The working language of our website will be English, particularly in view of possible projects with other schools in other countries. However, we do not exclude posts in Maltese.
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We also encourage you to check the school calendar regularly. You can do so either by hovering over a specific date on the calendar to the right or by going to the “Calendar of Events” page for a complete list of events and activities for the current scholastic year. The calendar is updated regularly and it is very important to check this for the latest information about events and activities.
Watch this space for more, soon!