The Edwardian 2021-2022
For the first time, St Edward’s College is publishing its annual THE EDWARDIAN in digital format. This 98-page issue features analysis by the Headmaster Mr Nollaig Mac An Bhaird, reflections by the heads of sections, class photos and photos of activities held for the students and pupils. “The hard copy, that is the printed version,
First days - what were they up to?
Almost two weeks into the scholastic year and the summer holidays seem like the days of ages past. For adults, time travels at a speed different to that experienced by children. And thank goodness for that, since in that way, they settle down to a different lifestyle fairly rapidly. On the upside, the littlest ones
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
First Day: the world is their oyster
This morning, for staff and students at St Edward’s College, butterflies turned to elephants as the start of the scholastic year dawned. A brilliant white sun shone from a milky blue sky but the true light came from the smiles and shouts of the children as they met again after the summer holidays. Some apprehensive
Sumo? Archery? St Edward's, of course!
Just before school starts for the Advent term at St Edward’s College, The Team set to work. Piloted by the intrepid Ms Domenici and marshalled through the good offices of the Headmaster and Ms Cioffi, the staff at the college spent an afternoon getting to know each other better through team-building activities. So, sumo met
Extra-Curricular Activities booklet published
As the scholastic year is now firmly on the horizon, St Edward’s College has published a booklet with activities which will be on offer after school. The activities cover all age groups and span a variety of skills and inclinations: from the arts to the sciences, from sports to religion, the children may benefit from
Summer School is on!
At St Edward’s College, the Summer School is now in its first week. Lots of fun activities are happening each day but not just fun and games – the children are also learning. The Young Engineers Malta are organising several activities which promote skills and abilities which may not be easily accessible if children were
End of year edition
And we come to the last edition for this scholastic year. Thank you all for your contribution and for following us…Back in Autumn!