Some talented students have been spending their break-time creating a crib. These are very creative students…… these are the same students who set up the flagpole! We should spend time with these energetic students to help them direct their creativity rather than mute it for them…. the magicians are all around us! Wishing you all the best because Christmas should come every day not only on the 25th of December!
Studenti mimlija talent qattgħu l-ħin tal-brejk tagħhom jagħmlu l-presepju. Studenti kreattivi ħafna… Dawn huma l-istess studenti li ftit ilu għamlu l-arblu bil-bandiera! Dawn l-istudenti mimlija enerġija u flok ngħidu le tajjeb li nieħdu paċenzja u nqattgħu ftit ħin magħhom: il-kreattivita’ rridu nħalluha tikber u mhux noqtluhielhom… Il-maġi jinsabu fit-triq! Awguri għax il-Milied għandu jkun kuljum u mhux fil-25 ta’ Diċembru biss!
The schools of the Maria Regina College turned pink during the month of October to show support and raise awareness about breast cancer. Various activities from bake sales to raise funds for cancer organisations to speeches by cancer survivors took place in the schools forming part of the college. Both staff and children throughout the college participated actively. The Pink October activities were carried out in aid of Pink October and the Hospice Movement.
Dun Manwel Attard Resource Centre: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=r_XV5dG0xic&feature=youtu.be
Mosta Primary A: https://youtu.be/-WUngo39Qrk
The annual Holy Mass to mark the beginning of a new scholastic year, was organized on Monday 9th October. This was held at the Mosta Rotunda Church and representatives from all schools which form part of the College, attended. All year 9 students attended.
Both and College Principal and the Mosta Archpriest emphasized the importance of unity between students and teachers within the College. The Archpriest also said that students should always seek the truth and should not get carried away by the current.
Nhar it-Tnejn 9 t’Ottubru giet organizzata l-Quddiesa annwali li tfakkar il bidu ta’ sena skolastika ġdida fil-Kulleġġ tagħna. Din saret fir-Rotunda tal-Mosta u ghaliha attendew rappreżentanti mill-iskejjel kollha tal-Kulleġġ. L-iskola tagħna kienet irrappreżentata mill-istudenti tad-9 sena.
Kemm il-Prinċipal tal-Kulleġġ u kemm l-Arċipriet tal-Mosta enfasizzaw il-bżonn tal-għaqda bejn l-istudenti u l-għalliema tal-Kulleġġ. L-Arċipriet enfasizza wkoll il-punt li l-istudenti għandhom ifittxu dejjem il-verita` u ma jinġarrux mill-kurrent.
The twelve schools of the Maria Regina College will turn pink during the month of October to show support and raise awareness about breast cancer. Various activities from bake sales to raise funds for cancer organisations, to speeches by cancer survivors, will take place in the schools forming part of the college. The Pink October activities were inaugurated this morning at the Office of the College Principal with a Pink Day and a fund raising activity in Aid of Pink October Malta.
29th September, 2017
Dear Maria Regina College parents,
Hope you are doing fine. Many of you feel that their sons’ and daughters’ school bags are heavy.
We would like to discuss with you about this. Therefore Maria Regina College is organising a meeting for parents with Mr Ray Camilleri from the Directorate for Educational Services. He will be able to meet you at Maria Regina College Secondary School, Mosta (Zokrija) on TUESDAY 10TH OCTOBER 2017 at 6pm (18hrs).
Hope to see you there.
29 Ta’ Settembru, 2017
Għeżież ġenituri tal-Kulleġġ Maria Reġina,
Nispera li tinsabu tajbin. Ħafna minnkom iħossu li l-basktijiet tal-iskola tat-tifel jew tifla tagħkom huma tqal ħafna.
Aħna nixtiequ niddiskutu dan is-suġġett magħkom. Għalhekk il-Kulleġġ Maria Regina ser jorganizza laqgħa għalikom il-ġenituri mas-Sur Mr Ray Camilleri mid-Direttorat għas-Servizzi Edukattivi. Huwa ser jiltaqa’ magħkom fil-Kulleġġ Maria Regina Skola Sekondarja, Mosta (Żokrija) nhar it-TLIETA 10 TA’ OTTUBRU 2017 fis-6.00 ta’ filgħaxija (18.00).
Nispera li narakom.
Maria Regina College
College Principal Patrick Decelis B.Ed. (Hons), M.Sc. Educ. Lead. (Leic.)
Address Administration Centre, Triq l-Inkurunazzjoni, Mosta
Tel 2598 6508 / 2598 6509 E-mail email@example.com
Curious gadgets, fun games and optical illusions formed part of the Maria Regina College Administration Centre and Psychosocial Team’s, team-building activity organized by the College Principal, Mr Patrick Decelis and Trainee Career Guidance practitioner Anthea Vella, at Esplora, Kalkara. After exploring the various hands-on challenges, the Esplora management organized, ScienceQuest, which encouraged us to work as a team and try to understand the correct results. This was followed by a snack in the cafeteria with the most amazing of views!
Samira Axiaq and Jessica Schembri from Maria Regina College, Mosta Secondary, feel so grateful and proud that an article which they wrote a few months back and entered the Young Reporters for the Environment, placed second internationally. These two students were absolutely over the moon with such an achievement! This could not have been possible without all the people who have always showed constant support. A big thank you goes to Eng. Marco Cremona for helping them during the GEO-INF project and to HSBC’s Catch the Drop Campaign manager Glenn Bugeja for helping them financially in this project. Thank you to their headmistress Ms Gatt for always showing them support and encouragement. Last but not least, we would like to thank Ms Vella Ciangura, Ms M. Cassar and Mr Vella and the Eko-Skola team for always supporting and motivating them. Thanks to other people involved as they were very important during their educational journey. Another milestone achieved!
After a three day course organised by Maria Regina College Centre for Continuous Professional Development, held throughout Scholastic Year 2016/7 at the Hilltop Gardens in Naxxar, Dr Frank Fabri, Director General for Curriculum, Research, Innovation and Lifelong Learning presented the certificates to the participants. The course was organised by College Principal Mr Patrick Decelis and facilitated by Mr Kelly McSherry, Business Coach. It revolved round the theme: Dynamic Professional Leadership and delved into the sharing of good practices, tackling challenging situations and giving feedback.