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St. Margaret College Secondary School Verdala students reflect upon the value of being Pro Life while reciting the Rosary of the Unborn.

submitted by St Margaret College Verdala Secondary School : Camilleri Sheizel, Pace Onell, Portelli Denzel  for 15-18
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On Monday, 4th October 2021, a group of Form 4 (year 10) students at St. Margaret College Secondary School, Verdala, Cospicua reflected upon the value of being Pro Life while reciting the Rosary of the Unborn. The Rosary of the Unborn was launched at St. Margaret College some years ago by the Catholic Irish couple, Declan and Carmel Waters. Since then students still recite the rosary of the unborn, praying to the Divine Infant Jesus with the intercession of Our Lady, to remove from the heart of the world the desire to commit the sin of abortion and place over the heart of the world a renewed respect for life at the moment of conception. This project was related to the R.E. study unit about the Value of Life.

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St. Margaret College Secondary School Verdala students reflect upon the Pope’s message for Mission Sunday 2021 and commit themselves to support the Missio Malta missionary fund campaign.

submitted by St Margaret College Verdala Secondary School : Erin Bach Sakka Fiorini, Leonella Galea, Rihana Grech  for 15-18
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dissemination(s): newspaper, school media
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awarded: Participation

On Monday, 25th October 2020, a group of Form 4 (Year 10) students at St. Margaret College Secondary School Verdala, Cospicua reflected upon Pope Francis’s message for Mission Sunday 2021 and committed themselves to support the Missio Malta missionary fund campaign in aid if disabled children in Cambodia. This project also invited RE programme students to reflect upon the missionary call of every Christian in today’s life.

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St. Margaret College Secondary School Verdala, students reflect upon the meaning of Love on St. Valentine’s Day.

submitted by St Margaret College Verdala Secondary School : Jeanelle Galea, Yanique Gambin  for 15-18
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dissemination(s): newspaper, school media
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awarded: Participation

On Monday, 14th February 2022 a group of R.E. Form 4 (year 10) students at St. Margaret College Secondary School Verdala, Cospicua, reflected upon the meaning of LOVE on St. Valentine’s Day. This exercise was related to the R.E. study unit; ‘Lejn Zvilupp Shih: Gesu Kristu’ (Towards full development: Jesus Christ).

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St. Margaret College Secondary School Verdala, Queen’s Young Leaders Group reflect upon the importance of mental health.

submitted by St Margaret College Verdala Secondary School : Abela Pearl Marie, Delia Yirish, Grech Rihana, Portelli Denzel  for 15-18
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dissemination(s): newspaper, school media
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awarded: Participation

On Monday, 11th October 2021 St. Margaret College Secondary School Verdala, Queen’s Young Leaders Group assembled together with their group founder teacher, Martin Azzopardi sdc to commemorate Mental Illness Awareness Week which is celebrated from the 6th till the 12th of October. The 10th October also marks World Mental Health Day and National Depression Screening Day.

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Applied Science CCP students at St. Margaret College Secondary School Verdala, Cospicua learn about the health benefits of Chinese Green Tea.

submitted by St Margaret College Verdala Secondary : Santelli Gaetano, Sciberras Michael, Zammit Caydon  for 15-18
campaign: yre-entry
dissemination(s): newspaper, school media
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awarded: Participation

On Wednesday, 12th January 2022 and on Thursday 13th January 2022 a group of Form 4 (year 10) and Form 3 (year 9) Applied Science Core Curriculum Programme (CCP) students at St. Margaret College Secondary School Verdala, Cospicua learned about the health benefits of Green Tea while enjoying the fragrant taste of Chinese Tea. This project was held at the School Science China Corner founded in 2010 as a Montessori Method of teaching. The research study was related to the Science units about ‘Mixing Substances’ and ‘Body Basic Needs’.

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