And the scores are out for the 2024 Cross Country at St Edward’s College. This little photobook pays tribute to the many who participated. The faces show the incredible effort, the competitive spirit, and above all the camaraderie in these games. (Photo credits: Mr J de Maria)
As the Headmaster’s wise words promote peace and goodwill, peace is certainly not a commodity easily found in a school…in all the good ways of course! Train rides, waste reduction, parental involvement, trips abroad, caroling teachers, Christmas concerts…the list is exhausting! Read on…and Merry Christmas to all.
And the winners of the WasteServ art competition are: Early Years (Year 1-2) Julian Dimech 2X Serhii Kuranov 2Y Junior School (Year 3-6) Jacob Joseph Spiteri Mangion 5Y Justin Fan 5X Middle School (Yr7-8) Max Ghio 8Y Alex Lanfranco 8Y Senior School (Yr9-11) Bingru Justin Lu Max Obelenski Headmaster Mr Nollaig Mac An Bhaird distributed
A webinar on “Bullying” was held on the 6th of December 2023 for all parents of the St. Edward’s community. This was the first in a series of webinars to be organized through a collaboration between SEPTA and the school. The webinar was aimed at increasing information about bullying as well as at informing the
Year 1X has been exploring the very exciting theme of ourselves. The class expanded to sending in photos of themselves as toddlers and trying to guess who is who. This supported their growing conversation skills as well as paying attention to detail. The boys will now work on journaling skills using sentence-building skills and photos.
Year1Y continued their dinosaur expeditions inside and outside of the classroom. The boys shared all their knowledge about the different dinosaurs as well as discovered new facts together. They created dinosaur fossils and even created their own dinosaurs on paper.
KG1s had a lovely time engaging in a day of role-play at Little Peeps. The creativity in the roles taken on supported the role-play sessions that take place in the classrooms. Engaging in such activities helps boost the children’s developing language skills and the opportunity to acquire a new and wider vocabulary.
In this edition of the College Newsletter, we feature an innovative exhibition which gives an overview of the acquisition of the English language over the different age groups. The Students write about their trip to Sicily. New sporting opportunities in Swimming and Rugby are now available at the college. Young students get to dissect a