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The Office of the Principal is moving PDF Print E-mail

The Office of the Principal is moving to Girls Secondary School, B. Bontadini Street, Mriehel.

Services will resume from Monday 16th May 2016.

 

 

L-uffiċċju tal-Prinċipal issa jinsab l-Iskola Sekondarja tal-Bniet, Triq B. Bontadini, Mrieħel.

Inkunu miftuħin minn nhar it-Tnejn 16 ta' Mejju 2016.

 

 

 
Skola Sajf 2016 Applications PDF Print E-mail

Applications for Skolasajf 2016 - Respect for All are now being received! 
Click on this link to apply: https://services.fes.gov.mt/

Applications will be received until 15th May, 2016!

 

Further information may also be found on fes.org.mt

 

 

 

 
Visit to Camilleri Group of Companies PDF Print E-mail

A group of students from the three secondary schools of St. Theresa College participating in the Entrepreneurship Through Education Scheme project, visited Camilleri Group of Companies.  Mr Tonio Camilleri, Managing Director of the enterprise addressed the group and gave them overview of the history of the company which was established in 1843 which evolved from a sweet shop and diversified to catering, clothing and fashion.  The visit was coordinated by the College Youth Worker, Ms Pauline Tufigno with the collaboration of the staff of the Learning Support Zones.

 

 
Reġistrazzjoni tat-Tfal fl-Iskejjel tal-Istat PDF Print E-mail

Ġenituri li jixtiequ jirreġistraw it-tfal tagħhom biex jibdew jattendu fil-‐Kindergarten 1 sa mit-3 t’ Ottubru 2016, huma meħtieġa li jagħmlu dan sat-13 ta' Mejju 2016. Jistgħu jiġu rreġistrati biss tfal li jkunu għalqu tlett snin sal-aħħar ta' Diċembru 2016.

Ġenituri li jixtiequ jirreġistraw it-tfal tagħhom biex jibdew jattendu skola f'lokalità differenti mis-26 ta’ Settembru 2016 huma meħtieġa li jagħmlu dan sat-13 ta' Mejju 2016 billi jċemplu fl-Uffiċċju tal Prinċipal tal-‐Kulleġġ (﴾tal-‐iskola fejn it-tfal se jiġu rreġistrati)﴿.

Għal aktar tagħrif żur is-sit edu.gov.mt/kindergarten

 


 

 
Registration of Children in State Schools PDF Print E-mail

Parents wishing to register their children to start attending in Kindergarten 1 as from 3rd October 2016 are required to do so by 13th May 2016. Only children that would have attained three years of age by the end of December 2016 can be registered for the October intake.

 

Parents wishing to register their children to start attending school in a different locality as from 26th September 2016 are required to do so by the 13th May 2016 by calling at the College Principal's Office of the receiving College (of the school wherein the child will be registered).

 

Additional information available on edu.gov.mt/kindergarten

 

 

 
Council students’ visit to House of Representatives PDF Print E-mail

Students from the students’ councils of the seven schools of St. Theresa College participated in April in an educational orientation visit to the new House of Representatives in Valletta.  The students were shown around the premises and various chambers and their functions were explained.  The main attraction of the visit was experiencing the environment of legislative procedures to enact the laws of the country, by sitting in the Strangers Gallery.  The visits were co-ordinated by the Youth Worker and the Office of the College Principal.

 


 

 
Entrepreneurship Through Education Scheme 2016 PDF Print E-mail

SCAMPER exercise on creative thinking

Look-Think-Do is a learning and doing experience project in the Entrepreneurship Through Education Scheme, where around 24 students from the three secondary schools of St. Theresa College have the opportunity to learn new skills using their creativity and innovation.  They will learn marketing and budgeting skills to create a company of their own and run it with the help of their educators.  Students have the opportunity to meet an entrepreneur and visit the enterprise in order to learn first-hand what a business entails.  These skills will help students to know more about problem solving and goal attainments in their lives.

During the first phase of the project, six Learning Support Zone co-ordinators and Learning Support Assistants and the Youth Worker attended three sessions on creativity and discover different skills.  The sessions were delivered by Dr. Leonie Baldacchino of the Edward Debono Foundation for Creativity and Innovation at the University of Malta.

Students attended 3 hands-on sessions delivered by Dr. Margaret Mangion of the Edward Debono Foundation for Creativity and Innovation at the University of Malta and viewed various video clips to help them in creating different eco-bags.

Dr. Leonie Baldacchino, Edward Debono Foundation for Creativity and Innovation, University of Malta

 

 

 

 
An Inclusive Commonwealth PDF Print E-mail

A group of students from the Students’ Representative Councils of STC Imriehel SS and STC Sta. Venera SS, accompanied by the college’s Youth Worker, attended a special Parliamentary session to commemorate Commonwealth Day on March 14.  The students were shown around the new Parliament building and were given a general view of how the House of Representatives operates.

The climax of the visit consisted of presentations given on the Commonwealth and the recently-held CHOGM in Malta by the Commonwealth Parliamentary Association (CPA).  Presentations focused on inclusivity in the Commonwealth.

A question and answer session followed the presentation and students had the opportunity to put forward their questions and experts and local parliamentarians answered them.

A visit to the House of Representatives for student councils members and their mentors in the primary and secondary schools of the College is planned for April 2016.

Commonwealth Parliament Visit

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 
St. Theresa College students exchange greetings with local dignitaries PDF Print E-mail

On the 6th January 2016 a group of students from St. Theresa College accompanied by Mr. Victor Agius, College Principal, Ms.Pauline Tufigo, Youth Worker and parents, exchanged greetings with H.E. President Marie-Louise Coleiro, H.E. Archbishop Charles Scicluna, the Hon. Prime Minister Joseph Muscat and the Hon. Speaker Dr. Anglu Farrugia.  The students from both primary and secondary schools form part of the students’ representative councils and youth club of the College. St. Venera Boys Secondary student, Miguel Cauchi presented copies of the newsletter Gosti produced by the students themselves.




 

 
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