Between Wednesday, 23th and Friday, 25th November our Year 7 students had their second live-in at Dar il-Ħanin Samaritan.
After a brief talk by Mr Camilleri our keen students left school enthusiastically on Wednesday afternoon to start their first live-in together. After lunch, our Year 7 students left to Dingli for a hike. It was an enjoyable afternoon together! Then back at Dar Ħanin they had dinner and watched the film Pinocchio together.
On Thursday, after mass celebration and breakfast the students had a discussion on the film they watched yesterday. Then they split up in groups and had a session to get to know each other better. The live-in proceeded with lunch and another hike, this time to Salib tal-Għolja in Siġġiewi. In the evening they played football in the school ground and had a treasure hunt.
The last day of the live-in began with mass and breakfast. Soon after, our students left for their last hike to Baħar iċ-Ċagħaq. They ended the hike playing football at the Pembroke Museum. In the afternoon they watched the classic film Matilda and after had time for evaluation.
At 6pm the parents started arriving. They gathered in the hall for a talk by Mr Farrugia, our Religion teacher who highlighted some important points about upbringing and discipline in youths. Soon after the students joined their parents and together they watched photos taken during the live-in. The live-in ended with a get together in the garden.
We would like to thank Mr Camilleri who co-ordinated this live-in and all the teachers and LSEs who generously commit their time to make these live-ins a memborable experience for our students.