The Legend of the Witch: L-ewwel ktieb ippublikat ta’ Almikaya Aquilina

Il-Prinċipal tal-Kulleġġ is Sur Patrick Decelis, għamel laqgħa mal-awtriċi ċkejkna fl-iskola Primarja B tal-Mosta, fejn iddiskuta magħha dwar kif ġiet l-idea u kif żviluppatha sakemm waslet sa hawn.

Is-Surmast is-Sur Edwin Debono qal li ser jagħmel attivita’ fl-assembly fejn ser jagħti spazju lil Almikaya sabiex tkellem lill-istudenti l-oħra u tgħidilhom aktar dwar din l-esperjenza.

Music sessions for students with Hearing impairment

On Friday 12th October, a group of students from Maria Regina College had the opportunity to attend music sessions which were led by Mr Danny Lane, a deaf musician who is also the Artistic Director of the UK Charity “Music and the deaf”. He was accompanied by Dr John Baptist Gauci. They did a session at Mellieha Primary School and another two sessions at Mosta Primary school.
The idea of these sessions was to introduce the teaching of music to deaf students and students with hearing impairments. Such students were integrated with their class mates in all of these sessions.
The aim of these sessions was so that with the help of various musical instruments that were available, students will be encouraged to access and enjoy music. Sessions were hands-on and students enjoyed playing various instruments. The smile on their faces says it all!!!

Animal Awareness Day at Mosta A Primary

On Thursday 11th October members from the Malta Animal Welfare visited Mosta A Primary School and spoke to students about the importance of taking care of our animals. Animal Welfare is a government department who collects sick and injured stray animals. Students also saw a video showing the work done by this organisation.

European Sports Week at Mosta A Primary

As part of the European Sports Week Mosta A Primary school organised different sports activities. Students engaged in various sporting activities focusing on agility, balance and coordination. Thank you goes to the PE teachers for coordinating such activities.

College Mass

On Wednesday 10th October 2018, the annual College Mass was organised at the Basilica of the Assumption of Our Lady in Mosta.
As in past years, a group of students from each school forming part of Maria Regina College attended mass.
The Head College Network and the Mosta Parish Priest emphasised the fact that we should all respect and help each other. This makes school life more enjoyable.

LEAP meeting with Psycho-social Team and Guidance teachers

On Monday 8th October 2018, the Psycho-social team and the guidance teachers at our college had a meeting with LEAP organisation.

LEAP’s main aim is to fight poverty and social exclusion by facilitating individuals to find employment, reintegrating them back into society and enhance social mobility. LEAP also endeavours to reduce poverty with families from low social economic status through informal/formal education and employment. The organization also aims to facilitate individuals to empower them to take full control of their lives and consequently become active citizens in society.

Literacy Meeting

Meeting for Complementary , Literacy Support and Language Support Teachers to discuss literacy issues and training needs for the scholastic year 2018-2019

European School Sports Day Celebration

As in the past two years, Schools at Maria Regina College joined other EU schools in the European School Sport Day (ESSD), an initiative aimed at promoting Physical Activity in schools.   On the 28th September, students took part in 120 minutes of physical activity throughout the day.

Parliamentary Secretary for Youth, Sports and Voluntary Organizations, Clifton Grima, visited Gharghur Primary and he thanked the schools for exposing their students to various physical activities which help them develop physical skills especially in agility, balance and coordination.  He also encouraged children to participate in various sports activities.   In fact he did join in the activities with students during the day.