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Rights 4 U - Min Ġej Chat? PDF Print E-mail

‘Min Ġej Chat?’ is a Live-in organised and carried out in collaboration between the Commissioner for Children, the National School Support Services  (DES) and four Colleges - Maria Regina College, St Clare College, St Ġorġ Preca and St Theresa College.  The participants of ‘Min Ġej Chat?’ were young people between the ages of 13 and 15 years and was held between the 29th and 31st August 2017 at the Archbishop’s Seminary in Rabat.


The theme of the project was ‘online relationships and safety’.  The young people were addressed by officials from different local institutions that safeguard children and young people’s internet use. Dynamic interactive workshops were carried out with the participation of the young people and co-ordinated by the college youth workers.  The programme also included a Treasure Hunt, viewing and discussion of film on theme and Forum Theatre on cyber-bullying.  The project reached its goals and satisfactory outcomes.  The Live-in was concluded with the participants electing a female and male representative to represent their peers on the Children’s Council of the Commissioner for Children.   Cheyenne Baker Bray and Cheyenne Mangion from St. Theresa College were elected as member and runner up in the Council.















Summer Youth Club Activity PDF Print E-mail

Students are enjoying themselves in a safe environment while learning new skills during the Summer Youth Club held at St. Theresa College and run by the College Youth Worker.  The aim of the Summer Youth Club is to provide a safe meeting place for the students to pass some of their summer holidays to use and learn new skills, go on outings and make new friends.  Students who will be starting their Form 3 at Imrieħel Secondary School in September, have the opportunity to know the ‘new’ school environment.  They are presently working on murals to brighten the walls of the psychosocial rooms while using their combined talents.



Wall mural



The students visited the National Aquarium in Qawra and were able to appreciate the marine fauna and flora of our islands and other far off lands.  They were shown around by a guide and experienced the feeding of the fish.  Later on they participated in a workshop on the impact of waste materials on marine life.



Malta National Aquarium visit



Malta National Aquarium visit



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Sexual harassment session PDF Print E-mail

The Learning Support Zone and College Youth Worker in collaboration with the National Commission

for the Promotion of Equality (NCPE) through the initiative of Mr. Joe Borg, Anti-bullying Officer put

up a session on Sexual Harassment for all school students.


Students participated in the short drama depicting a real life situation after which

Ms. Stephanie Borg Bonaci from NCPE led a discussion in conjunction with a presentation on what is

harassment, followed by questions from the floor.  Sexual harassment and bullying should not be

tolerated and referred to the School Counsellor or Guidance Teachers.


24th May 2017.


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Birkirkara Career Day PDF Print E-mail

St Theresa College, through the Careers Advisory team is organising an activity which shall be open to the public on Saturday the 18th of March. This will also be related to another activity being organised for our students in collaboration with Y ltd on Friday the 17th of March. All are encouraged to attend, see details below:


Exchange of greetings with dignitaries PDF Print E-mail

Students from the Students’ Councils of the Primary and Secondary Schools of the College, along with the College Principal, Youth Worker, Link Teachers and parents, paid visits to local dignitaries to exchange season greetings during the Christmas holidays.


They exchanged greetings with the President of the Republic, Prime Minister, Speaker of the House of Representatives and the Archbishop.  During these visits students had the opportunity to voice their opinion on issues related to youth.






new contact numbers PDF Print E-mail

St Theresa College, Office of the Principal has new telephone numbers as below:

Principal’s Office





PsychoSocial Team



Silvia Galea



Keith Pirotta

Psychology Asst.


Jeannie Cuomo



Raina Odoh

Social Worker


Mary Rose Vella

Social Support Worker


Ismael Cutajar

Social Worker


Michelle Frendo

Trainee Counsellor


Michaela Fenech Soler

Career Advisor


Pauline Tufigno

Youth Worker




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