Summer camps, Financial literacy and Sportsdays - All in Dwardu's Scoops
This edition of Dwardu’s Scoops carries an eclectic variety of information, sure testament to the extremely active community we have here at the College. From Sports Days to Financial Literacy the newspaper carries in it a wealth of information. Breaking News: Planned Summer Camps information is on this edition – lots of exciting things planned
Empowerment, food and Oscar nights - Read all about it!
Students participating in youth empowerment, a huge leap forward in the quality of food in the canteen and embracing the importance of gardens are among the highlights of this edition of Dwardu’s Scoops. Also featured is our very own Oscar night and a heads up for the forthcoming Grand BBQ.
The Championship leaderboard
Basketball U/13 Boys Tournament (Born 2010) 24th March 2023 @ Ta’ Qali GROUP A GROUP B GROUP C St. Michael’s F St. Aloysius St. Martin’s Savio San Andrea St. Edwards Verdala San Anton QSI GROUP A School vs School Result St. Michael’s F vs Savio 2-0 Verdala vs Savio 2-18 Verdala vs St. Michael’s
Looking ahead in the academic field
In this edition of Dwardu’s Scoops, Peter Moore gives us an update on the School Development Plan, a map of the academic future of the college. The editorial of the newsletter focuses on the need to keep in touch with our ‘soft side’, our humanity. Events from the college: the Sponsored Walk 2023, a young
Dwardu's Scoops has a new dress
For the new scholastic year, Dwardu’s Scoops, the college newsletter has taken on a new dress. With a fresh new layout in crisp greyish-blues, the first edition is a bumper one. “What was planned as a modest edition, actually morphed into a considerable one. This just goes to show the sheer amount of activity and
Oh, what a night!
In the days when balls were one of the few socially acceptable ways of mingling, the success of a ball would be measured by the state of the ladies’ slippers: if they remained intact, the night was poor, if they were worn through the night was a success. We can safely say that there were
A tribute to an Icon
With the passing of Mr Charles Mock, the college gazette felt it only right to pay tribute to an icon of the college. Mr Richard Bonello and Mr Paul Ferrante remembered him in different ways. Hannah Snyders asks for help in getting recognition for a proposal to clean up the air and Max Ghio starts
A grand opening to the month of flowers
What follows is Headmaster Nollaig Mac An Bhaird’s take on the Spring Fete organised by the College on the 1st of May (Click here) This is what we were all waiting for. The day was fast approaching, the St Edward’s Fête! A day when we could joyfully, but respectfully, enjoy each other’s company in a
New President for the School Council
Master Zac Bianco has been elected as President of the School Council. He replaces Ines Montes who is now a member of the Council. Master Lawrence Saliba was elected vice-president. Ms Samantha Abela, Head of the Middle School and the organiser of the School Council elections complimented all the candidates for participating in this democratic