School Events
  •   Following upon last scholastic year’s visit to Lincoln by our Junior 6 students, another trip is being organised between the 8th and 13th June 2015. This year we are joining forces with a group of students from the Seminary.  The trip will feature a visit to South Hykeham Primary School, where the students will share presentations about Malta with their English counterparts, and participate in joint lessons. Also in the offing are visits to the National Space Centre, Whisby Nature Park, Lincoln’s famous Gothic Cathedral, RAF Scampton Heritage Museum, and finally a stop over in Sherwood Forest.  Robin Hood...

    Year 6 visit to Lincoln

      Following upon last scholastic year’s visit to Lincoln by our Junior 6 students, another trip is being organised between the 8th and 13th June 2015. This year we are joining forces with a group of students from the Seminary.  The trip will feature a visit to South Hykeham Primary School, where the students will share presentations about Malta with their English counterparts, and participate in joint lessons. Also in the offing are visits to the National Space Centre, Whisby Nature Park, Lincoln’s famous Gothic Cathedral, RAF Scampton Heritage Museum, and finally a stop over in Sherwood Forest.  Robin Hood…

  • Learning can also be fun at the College! Learning History, in particular, may not simply mean remembering key events and dates! It also means understanding and interpreting events within particular political, cultural, economic and social contexts of the time under study. Recently, Senior school students of History were asked to re-enact the trial (albeit a fairer one) of Louis XVI, King of France, who was executed at the onset of the French Revolution’s Reign of Terror in January 1791. Students debated arguments in favour or against the King, in the light of prevailing philosophical thought and unfortunate turn of events...

    Learning History at the College

    Learning can also be fun at the College! Learning History, in particular, may not simply mean remembering key events and dates! It also means understanding and interpreting events within particular political, cultural, economic and social contexts of the time under study. Recently, Senior school students of History were asked to re-enact the trial (albeit a fairer one) of Louis XVI, King of France, who was executed at the onset of the French Revolution’s Reign of Terror in January 1791. Students debated arguments in favour or against the King, in the light of prevailing philosophical thought and unfortunate turn of events…

  • SPMC is proud of the efforts and hard work of its Eko-Skola Team and of the collaboration of all students, parents and school staff which resulted in the attainment of the 1st Green Flag award. Representatives of the Eko-Skola team attended the award giving ceremony at the President’s Palace, Valletta.

    EkoSkola National Award

    SPMC is proud of the efforts and hard work of its Eko-Skola Team and of the collaboration of all students, parents and school staff which resulted in the attainment of the 1st Green Flag award. Representatives of the Eko-Skola team attended the award giving ceremony at the President’s Palace, Valletta.