On Thursday 3rd December 2015 the school organised an activity in aid of the President’s Community Chest Fund. The activity was organised by a number of teachers and parents who gathered their energy to promote various activities such as Chess tournament, Playstation tournament, face painting, dancing competition and drawing activities with large chalk. There has also been fundraising activities such as the selling of delicacies, books and crafts which were handmade by the students themselves.
The Chess tournament was won by Taha Benoun and Sara Moustafa placed second. Mr Kenneth Busuttil, the Head of School together with Mr Muhammed El Saadi presented the prize to the winners. The combined effort of the students, teachers and parents on this wonderful day led to a grand sum of 773 Euro which will be given to the Community Chest Fund and to be presented to her Excellency The President of The Republic of Malta, Marie Louise Coleiro Preca.
The School administration would like to thank all parents, teachers and students who participated actively in the activity.
A BIG WELL DONE TO ALL !
On Thursday 12th November 2015, Professor Sandro Caruana (Dean) and Dr Duncan Mercieca (Vice Dean) visited Mariam Albatool School.
They were greeted by the Head of School, Mr Kenneth Busuttil who gave an overview of the school and its curriculum. Together they discussed the development of the school’s existing cooperation with the Faculty of Education and the challenges which both Faculty and school are experiencing. Then, future projects were discussed in the light of the upcoming developments within the global sphere of Education.
The visitors were then accompanied for a tour round the school. They visited classes and took the opportunity to interact with children, teachers and classroom assistants. Professor Caruana and Dr Mercieca commented positively the school’s high level of organization and promised further cooperation.
The school administration would like to thank Professsor Caruana and Dr Mercieca for accepting to visit the school.
On Wednesday the 21st of October 2015, Mariam Albatool school had the honour to be visited by Mr Edgar Preca.
Mr Preca, who is the husband of H.E. The President of The Republic of Malta Ms Marie Louise Coleiro Preca is acting as an ambassador for the Community Chest Fund. Mr Preca gave an inspiring speech where he eloquently highlighted the need to be sensitive to the needs of others. He congratulated the efforts of the school administration and its staff in theirefforts to raise funds for this cause. Mr Preca also addressed the students where he explained the need to read books and urged the students to be in constant communication with their parents and their teacher and to relate to them anything which they may feel uncomfortable at.
He also presented books to Mr Kenneth Busuttil the Head of School. Then the Head of School reciprocated the speech by stressing that the school has always been on the forefront of every activity which promotes dignity to the human person. Later Mr Preca visited the classes and complimented the school at the high level of teaching and learning evident in the classrooms.
He thanked the school for the excellent organization of the event and promised close collaboration in the future. It was a real honour to host Mr Preca and his staff at Mariam Albatool School.
On Wednesday 10th June 2015 the School Administration organised the annual Farewell Evening for Form Five students.
The ceremony started with the Head of School delivering his speech commending the sterling work performed of the teachers and praising the efforts of the students. Then a speech followed by Mr Kamal Leghbali, member of the Board of Trustees and parent. Then Mr Muhammed El Saadi delivered his speech praising the efforts of the school administration, teachers, parents and students. He also urged students to ‘keep the banner of Mariam Albatool School as high as possible’.
During the ceremony gifts were presented to the students by the Head, Mr Kenneth Busuttil and the Assistant Head, Mr Brian Vassallo with the collaboration of Ms Debbie Atanasio (SMT). Then, the parents committee were presented with their well deserved mementos.
Then, the Head of School was presented with a Thank You gift commemorating his first year as Head of Mariam Albatool School. During the presentation Mr Kenneth was praised for putting his skills and abilities at the service of the school, administration, teachers, parents and students.
Below are photos commemorating the activity.
Dear Staff and Parents,
Here is a set of Staff Group photos taken during Parents’ Day 2015.
Thank you for you continuous support.
On Wednesday 11th March 2015, students from our school born in 1999, successfully participated in the Program for International Students Assessment (PISA).
This assessment is undertaken concurrently by 72 different countries across Europe and other continents.
Mr Kenneth Busuttil (Head of School) presented the certificates and congratulated the students for their successful participation.
Below are photos commemorating the event.
On Thursday 5th February 2015 Drs Carmen Sammut and Arsalan Elshinawi, from the Department of International Studies of the University of Malta gave an interesting presentation with the title Studying International Relations in Malta. The seminar was targeted for Year 9, Year 10 and Year 11 students. The students had the opportunity to put forward any queries. These were then answered professionally by the speakers.
The school administration would like to thank Dr Carmen Sammut and Dr Arsalan Elshinawi for their excellent presentation.
Attached are photos and videos commemorating the occasion.
On 18th December 2013 Mr Mustafa Abdul Jalil, Former Chairman of the National Transition Council (NTC) of Libya visited the Mosque and Mariam Albatool School. Attatched beneath are the photos of the visit.
On Friday 8th November 2013, a group of 20 academics from the Faculties of Education of Malta, Lebanon and Egypt visited Mariam Albatool School. These academics are working on a project called ‘Tempus’ whose main objective is to discuss and evaluate various modalities of teaching practices. This theme was discussed extensively with the school authorities and opportunities to enhance further cooperation were also envisaged.