St Michael School has the following activities
Drama is undoubtedly a major tool for the student’s character enrichment. Apart from drama as part of our curriculum, where students are given the opportunity to act out their own scripts and innovative performances, those who are really in for drama can form part of St. Michael’s Drama Group. The Drama Group provides the students with the opportunity to come to know themselves better as well as experiencing first hand the magic of theatre in the various annual drama activities.
List of recent performances by the Drama Group:
2017 – West Bank (Robert Aloisio)
2016 – Qalbu f’postha (it-tieni darba… oriġinarjament Sħana fil-Maxtura)
2016 – Fil-Pjazza tar-Raħal (it-tieni darba)
2015 – Bambini Misruqa (it-tieni darba)
2014 – Irridha Skola Speċjali – 25 sena mill-mewt ta’ Anthony Agius, Fundatur tal-Iskola (Robert Aloisio)
2014 – Kwiekeb – Anniversarji (Robert Aloisio)
2013 – Papa Franġisku – Ir-Rivoluzzjoni tat-Tenerezza (Robert Aloisio)
2012 – Qabel tispiċċa (Robert Aloisio)
2012 – Gabinetti (Robert Aloisio)
2011 – Ma Nobdux (Robert Aloisio)
2011 – Dun Karm (Robert Aloisio)
2011 – Fil-Pjazza tar-Raħal (Robert Aloisio)
2010 – Bambini Misruqa (Robert Aloisio)
2009 – Ja Poplu Malti Qum (Robert Aloisio)
2009 – Ulied il-Kwiekeb 2 (Clive Piscopo)
2009 – Tan-Nanna Ħelu Manna (Robert Aloisio)
2008 – Les Miserables (Trevor Zahra)
2007 – Ulied il-Kwiekeb (Clive Piscopo)
2007 – Dun Ġorġ: Għazilni biex ngħallimlu ‘l-poplu tiegħu (Robert Aloisio)
2006 – Is-Sultan u l-Kaptan (Trevor Zahra)
2005 – Karol –Papa Ġwanni Pawlu II (Robert Aloisio)
2005 – Il-Maħfra (Lino Grech)
2004 – It-Tfajjel ta’ Atocha (Lino Grech)
2004 – Il-Qniepen ta’ Notre Dame (Trevor Zahra)
2003 – Fil-Post tal-Maxtura (Lino Grech)
2003 – Erk u Liz (Trevor Zahra)
2002 – Pasturi Jiċċaqalqu (Lino Grech)
2002 – Snowajt (Charles Casha)
2001 – Dun Ġorġ: Għazilni biex ngħallimlu ‘l-poplu tiegħu (Robert Aloisio)
2001 – Lhud u Palestinjani (Lino Grech)
2001 – Ali Kali (Charles Casha)
2000 – X’Millennju (Lino Grech)
2000 – L-Anġlu li baqa’ barra (Carmel G Cauci)
1999 – Min Sallbu? (Lino Grech)
1999 – Sħana fil-Maxtura (Lino Grech)
1999 – Tifkiriet Maltin (Robert Aloisio)
1998 – Il-Maħfra (Lino Grech)
1998 – William Tell
1997 – Is-Sindku u l-Ġrieden (Charles Casha)
1997 – Pasturi Jiċċaqalqu (Lino Grech)
1996 – Sea Shanties
The group encourages the participation of all those students who are interested to join.
One14’s main intent is to familiarise the students with what Saint George Preca has done through the Society of Christian Doctrine (MUSEUM). The meetings, which normally take place on a Monday during break, include talks, discussions and outings. The group welcomes students from Form 3 upwards.
In the school there is a strong sense of community among the staff and the administration and this is one of the characteristics past students miss most. For this reason we try to keep in touch with ‘old boys’ regualrly organizing activities and gatherings to talk about and share the memories of their years in our school. These meetings are very much awaited by these past students as they meet old friends and share their experiences with their former teachers.
St Michael School’s old boys who no longer recieve invitations for these gatherings and wish to join our mailing lists, kindly contact the school by sendind an email with your details. We look forward to see you!
ClubPro was designed for students who wish to meet once a week during break time to master the techniques involved in using Pro DeskTop. The fact that they can draw on the computer any object in 3D helps them to fully understand what they are drawing. ClubPro is open for any one in the school and not only those who have graphical communication as an option. In the near future we are also considering giving our students some basics skills regarding AutoCad.
The Ecoschools programme was launched in 1994 by the Foundation for Environmental Education (FEE) and now includes over 12,000 schools distributed around the world. EcoSchools aims at mobilizing the whole school to empower students to adopt an active role in environmental decision-making and action in their school and in their community. Schools that have successfully achieved this goal are awarded a Green Flag – a prestigious eco-label testifying the school’s commitment to fostering sustainable lifestyles. The Malta Environment and Planning Authority (MEPA), in collaboration with the Ministry for Rural Affairs and the Environment and the Ministry of Education, Youth and Employment, launched a project to pilot the programme in Malta in October 29th, 2002. After the success of the pilot project, Nature Trust (Malta) representing FEE (Malta) decided to co-ordinate the initiative, known in Malta by the name of EkoSkola.
EkoSkola is an opportunity to improve the quality of life of your school community by:
- democratising the process of decision making,
- setting relevant targets for the improvement of the school’s environment,
- designing and implementing a plan, in line with the school’s resources, to achieve these targets,
- integrating curriculum work with the day-to-day realities of the school community,
- exploring ways of fostering team work within your school as well as the community in which it is housed, and
- networking and sharing experiences and expertise with other local and foreign schools.
Our school officially started this project in October 2008 and we have already been awarded the Bronze Award.
In the Film Club, students can watch screenings of films which have an educational and/or recreational value. We introduce students to different audiovisual works through an organized and prepared program of screenings. We begin with an introduction of the film to the audience, and end with the promotion of a discussion about the film, where we exchange our views. We meet every Tuesday and Friday during the midday break at the “Red Hall” (is-Sala tal-Pultruni). For more information, students can contact Mr Robert Aloisio. For the months of October and November, fourth and fifth formers only are invited for the screenings.