Author: Erica Zammit

Schools and Academies Show in London

Schools and Academies Show in London Dr Esmeralda Zerafa, Ms Ylenia Xuereb and Ms Clarisse Schembri Frendo attended the prestigious Schools and Academies Show in London. The exhibition highlighted key themes such as School Improvement, Education Technology and Innovation, Differentiation, and Inclusion amongst others. They actively engaged with several stands, participated in enriching discussions, and gained insights about the way forward for 22nd century learning. Today, they had the opportunity to visit Addington Valley Academy in Croydon, which specialises in providing support for learners with SEN, particularly autism, spanning ages 2 to 19. We are positive that these experiences will have a beneficial impact on our teaching and learning practices as well as learning environments.
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Sixth Form Open Evening

Sixth Form Open Evening Thank you to all those who joined us during our recent Sixth Form Open Evening. It was a fantastic turnout, with many students registering for scholastic year 2024-2025. It was a pleasure meeting prospective students and we look forward to welcoming you to our community. For more details about the application process please reach out to Mr Anthony Abela, Senior Leader Sixth Form, at [email protected] Sixth Form registrations for scholastic year 2024-2025 are open.
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Level 3 & 4 Sports Day

Level 3 & 4 Sports Day Our Level 3 and 4 pupils participated in Sports Day, a key part of our initiative to promoting a healthy lifestyle and physical activity. They had a fantastic time enjoying the various stations consisting of team challenges and individual activities. The day ended with an exciting tug of war, where even parents and guardians got involved, adding to the festive atmosphere. Thank you to the PE team and all organisers for making this day possible, and of course, a big round of applause to our enthusiastic pupils for their active participation. Well done to all!
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St Martin’s College Sports Day

St Martin's College Sports Day We held our St Martin’s College Sports Day, an action-packed event organised for our Middle School and Senior School students. The vibrant event featured various sports stations, from team games to healthy competition through races and the obstacle course. The day ended with Level relay races, filling the atmosphere with excitement as students raced towards the finish line. A heartfelt thank you to the St Martin’s College PE team, and to all those who made this event possible. We celebrate the success of all our students, keep it up!
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Book Month: Author Molly Potter’s Visit

Book Month: Author Molly Potter's Visit During Book Month, we were delighted to welcome acclaimed children’s author Molly Potter to Chiswick House School to meet our Level 1, Level 2 and Level 3 pupils. Molly Potter has published 35+ books for parents/carers, teachers and children that explore emotions, behaviour, positive mental health and creative thinking. Author visits form part of our Book Month initiative, where we hosted several local and foreign authors combined with numerous activities designed to instill a love of learning and reading in our pupils starting from an early age. Thank you to the authors, organisers and librarian for their hard work!
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Level 5 Live-In

Level 5 Live-In Our Level 5s had a fantastic time during their Girls and Boys live-ins! Live-ins provide the memorable opportunity for our students and educators to come together in a more relaxed environment that encourages personal growth, fun, and making friends. These energizing initiatives go beyond the academic realm and form an integral part of our students’ holistic experience and personal growth journey.
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Langfest 2024

Langfest 2024 Our St Martin’s College students participated in their Annual Langfest, an event created to celebrate international languages and their cultures. The celebrations began with an intense multi-language Kahoot quiz, where students tested their knowledge of the foreign languages and cultures in their studies. Well done to our winners! Afterwards, we held our International Food Fair, where we enjoyed delicious food from Italy, France, Germany, Spain and China, followed by an exciting treasure hunt for our Level 7 students. Our festivities ended on an energising note through our “International” football tournament, where football enthusiasts were able to represent a country in a knockout competition! Thank you to all who organised this initiative and who took part.
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Science fair at Chiswick House School

Science Fair at Chiswick House School We are thrilled to announce that our Junior School hosted a Science Fair in the school theatre. Pupils from Levels 3, 4 and 5 showcased their knowledge and scientific skills by presenting and conducting experiments on a variety of fascinating topics they explored throughout the scholastic year. The topics included fossils, electricity, shadows, magnetism, anatomy, and sound. What a great initiative to encourage love for science and learning! Thank you to Ms Ingrid for planning and executing this event as well as to all those who contributed their efforts to make our Science Fair a success.
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59th Model-European Parliament Session in Tallinn

59th Model-European Parliament Session in Tallinn A group of students from St Martin’s College Sixth Form took part in the 59th Model-European Parliament session in Tallinn, Estonia, after winning the Maltese National Session run by Aġenzija Żgħażagħ, In Tallinn, they acted as members of the European Parliament would, lobbying, individually working on different committees, writing out resolutions and deciding on future legislation. The students also attended compelling masterclasses in cybersecurity, political campaigning and leadership, amongst others. Well done to all!
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Essays Beyond Borders

Essays Beyond Borders At St Martin’s College Sixth Form, we have had the pleasure and privilege of welcoming Prof. Mario Aquilina from the University of Malta's Department of English for a series of captivating workshops titled ‘Essays Beyond Borders’. Led by Prof. Aquilina, our Level 12 students studying English at an Advanced Level have been honing their essay writing skills with great enthusiasm. In the first workshop, students delved into the art of essay writing, exploring the styles and skills of renowned essayists. It provided an enriching experience for their understanding of English and beyond! After an insightful first session, the second workshop took a more hands-on approach. Students had the opportunity to put theory into practice and write their own essays by tapping into personal experiences and crafting their own compelling voices. Now, they’re encouraged to submit their work for feedback, with the chance to receive recognition for their efforts ‘Essays Beyond Borders’ is co-funded by the Erasmus+ Programme of the European Union.
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