The Lasallian Wheel

The Lasallian Wheel as a representation of the Lasallian Family moving towards God: The hub represents God while the spokes and the wheel represents the Lasallian family moving towards God. More »

All the colours of Stella Maris

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Gozo Via Sagra Hike – Rescheduled for Sunday 8 March 2015

Poster - Via Sagra New

Carnival Activities

Today, 13th February marks the beginning of Carnival, five days of fun and laughter before the beginning of Lent.  At Stella Maris College, diverse activities were held to enjoy Carnival together, to learn about Maltese Carnival traditions and to use our creativity.

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by Grade 5 Benjamin

Spiritual Coffee

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Ktejjeb tas-Seba’ Visti

Il-ktejjeb tas-Seba’ Visti, li fih ukoll ir-Rużarju tad-Duluri,  jinstab għall-bejgħ mill-iskola għall-prezz ta’ €2.50.


Il-qligħ mill-bejgħ tal-ktejjeb ser imur ghall-karità.


Staff SDP meeting, 19 February

As part of the ongoing  school’s development programme, a meeting was held after school hours on Thursday 19 February 2015. This SDP  focussed on “Recognising Good Behaviour”. The meeting commenced with a prayer led by Assistant Head Ms. Carmen Cutajar. A plenary session was addressd by the Head of School Mr. Frank Micallef. Work then continued in smaller groups. Education Division officials from the Internal Review Department attended the meeting and each work groups session was facilitated by IRD officials.

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Gozo Via Sagra Hike 1 March 2015

Gozo Via Sagra Hike

Carnival at St. Benild school

Early in the morning, bright colours and happy faces walked into the hall.

Grade 1 Miguel’s Assembly about Carnival

Grade 1 Miguel presented an assembly about Carnival and its traditions in Malta.  All the children in the hall joined in reciting the the rhyme

“maskarat tini perlina għax warajk għandek xadina, minflok waħda tini tnejn għax warajk int m’għandek xejn”.

The assembly came to a close with the Innu tal-Karnival.

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Grade 1 Benjamin’s Assembly about St. Paul’s Shipwreck

Free drawings of St Benild in Grade 1 Arnold

After receiving a lot of input about St. Benild during assemblies, lessons and our activities on his feast day, our boys drew their own interpretation of our school Patron Saint.