At Stella Maris College, boys in Grade 2 Brother Miguel are giving gifts of kindness during this Christmas such as: helping someone to carry out a job or a chore, give a compliment to a friend or adult and writing a thank you note to a friend or adult.
On Friday 29th November all parents and guardians of students attending Maria Regina College Middle School Naxxar were invited to visit the school for Parents’ Evening. They loved the atmosphere within the school.
This Christmas, Maria Regina College Primary A Mosta are trying something different. This is what they want to share…
Let’s teach our kids about Giving by encouraging the kids to follow what we may call a Reverse Advent Calendar. How does it work: Each day of Advent, we open up one door, but instead of getting a chocolate or toy children are encouraged to do an act of kindness. We encourage you to try the Reverse Advent Calendar
Holy Mass for all students coming from State, Church and Independent schools at the opening of the annual campaign ‘Milied Flimkien’
On the 6th of December, the feast of St Nicholas of Bari, H.E. Archbishop Charles J. Scicluna celebrated Holy mass at St John Co-Cathedral, Valletta in the opening of the annual campaign ‘ Milied Flimkien’. H.E. President of Malta Dr George Vella, his wife and officials from the Ministry of Education participated together with the students from State, Church and Independent schools.
The students from the Malta Visual & Performing Arts School took care of the presentation at the beginning of holy mass and formed a choir to animate the mass. They joined the students forming the Junior College symphony led by Mro Pirotta. Students from other schools proclaimed the Word of God and prayed the forgiveness prayers and prayers of the faithful.
One of the important messages of the Archbishop was that Christmas is an invitation to get closer to what is essential in life.
One can follow the written homily and all the celebration from here
St Paul’s Bay Primary School during the Community Chest Fund Mass