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February 2016

Carnival Painting Competition 2016

Carnival Painting Competition 2016

The Prize Giving Ceremony for the Carnival Painting Competition was held on the 23rd of February 2016 at the Student Services Department, Hamrun. This competition was organised by the Projects and Initiatives Section within the Directorate for Educational Services. Mariah Micallef a Form 3 Art Option Student placed first from amongst all the participating Secondary Schools whilst Daniela Buhagiar, a Form 4 Art Option student, was awarded the second prize. Both students won a prize voucher together with a certificate commemorating this event. Casey Colombo and Daniela Buhagiar were presented with the certificates of participation of all the Art students from our school who participated in this competition. Photos are found in the Photos section of the website (Carnival Photos).

An invitation to parents

Dear Parent


The President’s Foundation for the Wellbeing of Society would like to invite siblings of children with disability to attend a Fora Meeting in line with the Foundation’s aims of enhancing the wellbeing  and exchange ideas. This meeting will be led by Forum Chairperson Ms. Amy Camilleri Zahra.


At:                Foundation Offices, San Anton Palace

Date:                17 February  2016

Time:                16.00 – 18.00 hrs


Please advise your acceptance to attend by sending an email to: or by calling 2148 4662.




Exams are very near! Help available

We wish all our students the best success in all their exams. Some students do wish for someone who asks them questions in order to see if they  know the subject or not. We have in mind a program which could be used for this purpose.

It’s available for Android, Windows, Mac or Linux users!  It’s free and open source so there aren’t any financial constraints in order to achieve a copy of the program. The name comes from the Greek’s goddess for memory – mnemosyne.

It’s a free flash-card tool which optimizes your learning process. So you put your information (which you need to remember for your exam) on a sort of a card (digital one). Now you can practise by reading the question and trying to answer it.

What makes this program a great studying too is that difficult cards that you tend to forget quickly will be scheduled more often, while Mnemosyne won’t waste your time on things you remember well. So actually the coming up of cards can vary from student to student (according to a memory exercise).

One can make use of a picture or other languages (example Arabic). To download the program one can go here. On the same page, one can find any kind of help and/or documentation.


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