It was time for the Year 9 live-in at Mount St Joseph in Tarġa Gap, Mosta.
On Wednesday, 1st February our students had mass together at school and after a normal school day they set off for the much awaited live-in! After settling in their rooms they set off for a walk in the surrounding countryside at Dwejra. Back at the home, they showered and had a session entitled “Nies ta’ Sinsla” as part of the live-in theme “Ħajja ta’ Valur”. After dinner they watched the first part of the film “Unbroken” featuring a courageous person Louis Zamperini, an Italo-American athlete who managed to forgive the Japanese who tortured him. Soon after they went to sleep, tired but eager for the following day.
We thank our Assistant Head, Chris Aquilina, our Guidance Teacher Robert Aloisio, teachers Warren Busuttil and Nathan Buttigieg and LSEs Ian Borg and Alison Mintoff who are taking care of our Year 9 students during this live-in.
Thurdsay, 2nd February – This morning our students woke up and had breakfast. Soon after they gathered and walked together to the Chapel to celebrate the feast of the Presentation of the Lord where they had an animated mass. After mass they continued to work on the project “Nies ta’ Sinsla” which will be presented in front of the parents at the end of the live-in. Then they continued watching the film “Unbroken”.