Category: News & Events

Ice-breaking Day

Ice-Breaking Day A group of over a hundred first-year students attending St Martin’s College Sixth Form participated in an ‘Ice Breaking Day’ which was organised to welcome the new students. The day consisted of team-building activities which were held at Mistra Bay during which students had the opportunity to get to know each other better before starting their formal lectures. After an eventful morning, students enjoyed a tasty BBQ to round off the day’s activities.
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Dare to Lead

Dare to Lead Many of our Senior Leaders attended a 2-day workshop on leadership. The workshop was carried out by Ms Amy Andrews Mc Master from Denver Colorado. As a Dare to Lead Facilitator, Amy is certified to bring the leadership research of Dr. Brené Brown to organizations that are ready to apply the four teachable, measurable and observable skill sets of courage. "A truly inspiring personal and professional experience. A great opportunity to connect in a most meaningful way to Team members and a most powerful and profound reflective tool. Amy's skills and the Dare to Lead experience are ground-breaking" - Bernie Mizzi
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National Readathon Awards

National Readathon Awards Chiswick house School is the Runner Up Champion School of the Fifth Edition of the National Readathon Awards. We are so incredibly proud of our pupils for their efforts with this great initiative and are thankful to their sponsors for their support. We congratulate Sofia Camilleri who received an award for collecting the most sponsors. Well done Sofia! The funds collected will be used to purchase educational resources for non-verbal children on the autism spectrum.
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Talent Show

Talent Show This morning is all about talent at Chiswick House School. Our Level 5s are busy rehearsing their performances for tonight’s end of year evening of celebration, whilst some pupils have already presented their acts - What a great opportunity for our pupils to display their talent. Good Luck for tonight’s show Level 5s.
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Escape Box

Escape Box Level 6,7 and 8 students who helped during the Maths Foyer exhibition were awarded a cool activity after school: An Escape Box. Students tested their communication skills, working together towards common objectives and solving different types of puzzles and tasks. What a great activity. They loved it !
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Learning Journals

Learning Journals Learning Journals are the result of an ongoing process of observation, collection of information and documentation of the pupil’s learning journey. These journals aim to capture spontaneous learning moments, that tell a learning story. In turn, children develop a sense of accomplishment and self-worth, as well as motivation to want to learn more. Special thanks to our dedicated teachers for putting these wonderful journals together. Well done pupils!
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Outing at San Anton

Outing at San Anton Our Level 1 pupils enjoyed a fun and engaging Numeracy, Language and Literacy trail on an outing at San Anton Gardens. The children enjoyed the opportunity of valuing and applying numeracy strategies learnt in the classroom that helped them create and engage their problem-solving abilities in the beautiful outdoor setting of San Anton Gardens. They also talked about features of the outdoor environment, developed ideas, followed directions and instructions, listened and responded to the sounds around them, and used sensorial language to describe their experience.
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Level 3 Performance

Level 3 Performance Our Level 3s performed in their end of year evening of celebration “A journey to a magical land”. They performed to: When I Grow Up – Matilda, Consider yourself - Oliver twist and Tomorrow – Annie. Some pupils also acted out a selection of musical theatre plays as well as monologues which they wrote themselves. They were then each presented with a rewarding achievement. What an evening to remember !
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St Martin’s Sixth Form School Leaving Ceremony

St Martin's Sixth Form School Leaving Ceremony St Martin’s College Sixth Form recently celebrated its annual school leaving ceremony, when Level 13 students received certificates and special awards. These were presented to the students in the presence of their families and College staff. The ceremony marks a very important milestone in the students’ lives just before they move on to tertiary education. Mr Anthony Abela, Senior Leader Sixth Form, explained how St Martin’s College strives to provide the best possible learning opportunities for all its students. The combination of tailored attention that each student receives, the support received from parents as well as the hard work students put in to achieve their goals, ensures success. He also stressed the importance of lifelong learning. Congratulations to all Level 13 students!
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