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College Well Being Policy

Parents are urged to follow this link to view the College Well Being Policy.  Here you will find all the information you need regarding this very important aspect of school life.

All the College Policies can be viewed at this link:   St. Theresa College Policies

Healthy children are happy children.

children’s work….

Learning Fun

In our class, the children are learning through the different activities and having fun as can be seen from this slide show.

Exploring our senses

What’s that smell? Let’s find out what KG1.3 have been up to….

whats that smell

Exploring emotions using the mirror in class.

Playing in role play area set up as a ‘home corner’.

Why do we have bones? Using playdough and lollipop sticks to find out.

Observation of a sterilized bone.

Playing in role play area set up as a doctor’s clinic.

Messy play: Making gloop.

Free play in creative area, in reading corner and in the sensory area using the light table.

Tablets Project

We are proud to be part of the national pilot project about the use of tablets in schools.

Students’ Work

Year 5 students in Ms Sylvia’s class have been busy creating PowerPoints to share with their classmates.  Click on the link to view them.  Presentations have also been uploaded on iLearn so that pupils may access them from home.

Sinonimi Malti


Nomi kollettivi

Past Tense

Present Tense



Singular u Plural

Merit Day

On Monday 29th April, we had Merit Day at our school.  Each year group teamed up to produce one performance.  Everyone enjoyed the show and the children all did their very best to make the day truly memorable.  The teachers’ professionalism could easily be seen in the way they had prepared their children,  giving each and every child  the chance to shine on stage.

Merit Day in Kindergarten classes

On Friday 26th April the parents whose children are in Kinder 1 and Kinder 2 came to school to watch their children receive a certificate of merit.  It was an opportunity for Kindergarten Assistants to show the parents what their children are learning at school.  Every parent enjoyed the moment their children received  certificates for their accomplishments.

KIDANE visits our school!

Kidane’s journey from Africa to Malta was described by  visuals and performances by a formidable team from the Jesuit Refugee Services (Malta) during an interactive  presentation held recently in the school hall for Years 4, 5 and 6.  It is the story of a refugee whose journey for freedom  put him in great risks.  Kidane had endured  fear and perils of all sorts.  The aim of the whole activity was to make our students conscious of  what it means to be a refugee.  An exhibition was also put up by the team, and a book narrating the story of Kidane was distributed free to all students.