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Year 1Y Show and Tell

During their carnival celebrations, Year 1Y enjoyed a Maltese story telling session in class. All precautions were taken and the boys enjoyed learning new vocabulary to describe their favourite toy brought in. Moreover they enjoyed hearing each other and finding common and different features in their toy. Such activities also enhance the student’s confidence and

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KG1W Sowing and Scavenger Hunt

As part of their current topic ‘Lifecycles’, KG1W students engaged in a sunflower-sowing activity. Each student planted his/her own seeds and will now nurture it to grow. Following this, the students ventured outdoors for a scavenger hunt. Equipped with labelled pictures they walked along the paths, ready to spot their desired items. Such moments are

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Year 4Y

Welcome back to the 4Y classroom, we have been very busy having lots of fun😊. “Learning should always be fun. You should be having a ball. It’s amazing how much you remember when it is fun” Dan Grable Since the last 4Y gazette article we have put our brains into Ancient Greek Architect mode and

Virtus et Honor

Our Mission Statement

At St Edward's College we strive to create exemplary citizens in this increasingly globalised and technological world, placing strong emphasis on character formation, genuine intercultural understanding and leadership skills which will assist them to contribute to the well-being of society.

Boarding School

Home Away From Home

St Edward's College boarding is open to Middle and Senior School Boys from the age of 11 upwards (Year 7 - 11) and Sixth Form students (boys and girls aged 16 - 18) are eligible to board at St Edward's College.
Our boarding facilities have recently been extended and refurbished with rooms being redesigned to take into account the needs of a modern boarding school. Students who board at St Edward's live in spacious and comfortable twin or single rooms which overlook the vast college grounds. 

IB Diploma Programme

Co-Education Sixth Form

The International Baccalaureate Diploma Programme is offered and is taught to students aged 16-19. It is recognised and respected by the world's leading universities as well as the University of Malta. The programme was designed to meet the needs of students to ensure that they can effortlessly integrate into different universities when the time comes. The IB is different from other curricula because it; encourages students to think critically and challenge what they are told; it is independent of governments and national systems, and therefore able to incorporate best practice from a range of international frameworks and curricula; and encourages students to consider both their local and international environment.

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Number of countries
the IB Diploma is
recognised

41

Nationalities
represented

700

Total number of students attending St Edward's College

32

Average
IB score

20

Prestigious Universities
include graduates from
St Edward’s College

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Events

Year 7 to Year 13 Sports Day
Year 7 to Year 13 Sports Day

Sports Day events will be taking place on our Sports Grounds for our Year 7s to year 13s

Location: St Edward's College Sports Grounds

Date: Friday 28th February 2020

Junior School Grandparents Day
Junior School Grandparents Day

Year 3 to Year 6 students will be able to enjoy an afternoon full of activities with their Grandparents at the College.

Location: St Edward's College

Date: Friday 6th March 2020

Early Years Grandparents Day
Early Years Grandparents Day

Our Nursery to Year 2 students will be able to enjoy an afternoon full of activities with their Grandparents at the College.

Location: St Edward's College

Date: Friday 13th March 2020

Sponsored Walk
Sponsored Walk

Location:

Date: Wednesday 25th March 2020