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St. Margaret College Secondary School Applied Science CCP students promote the health benefits of Maltese oranges while enjoy their juicy taste in class – NEW YEAR 2022 HEALTH CAMPAIGN.

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

On Wednesday 15th and Thursday 16th December 2020, a group of Form 4 (year 10) and Form 5 (year 11) Applied Science CCP students launched a study project for the New Year 2022 about the health benefits of Maltese oranges. This project aims to encourage school students opting for oranges in their daily healthy diet. Including oranges in our daily diet will strengthen the body immune system against diseases and viruses. During this project students had the opportunity to taste the delicious juicy taste of fresh Maltese oranges.

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St. Margaret College Secondary School Verdala, Science CCP students learn about the health benefits of Dark Chocolate.

submitted by St Margaret College Verdala Secondary School : Caruana Grazio, Cruz Andrea Corito, Demicoli Lara, Garzia Damian Steve, Gatt Jerome, Hamood Esilana, Scerri Miguel  for 15-18
campaign: yre-entry
dissemination(s): newspaper, school media
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awarded: Commended

On Thursday, 3rd February 2022, Form 3 (year 9) Science Core Curriculum Programme (CCP) students at St. Margaret College Secondary School Verdala, Cospicua participated in a Science project about the health benefits of Dark Chocolate. This project was related to the science study unit about Mixtures.

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In the beginning of Holy Lent St. Margaret College R.E. students hand paint SOLIDARITY CARDS for Ukraine children.

submitted by St Margaret College Verdala Secondary School : Gambin Yanique, Matt Camilleri Lagana  for 15-18
campaign: yre-entry
dissemination(s): newspaper, school media
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awarded: Participation

On Thursday, 3rd and Friday, 4th March 2022, the start of Holy Lent, a group of Form 4 (year 10) R.E. students at St. Margaret College Secondary School Verdala, celebrated the beginning of Holy Lent by committing themselves to think more of Ukraine people in their daily prayers. Students reflected upon Pope Francis’ message for Holy Ash Wednesday.

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In the beginning of a new scholastic year St. Margaret College students are invited to reflect upon the need of THINKING MORE OF OTHERS and LESS OF ME.

submitted by St Margaret College Verdala Secondary School : Aimee Bugeja, Dejan Farrugia, Kayden Buhagiar  for 15-18
campaign: yre-entry
dissemination(s): newspaper, school media
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awarded: Participation

On Wednesday, 29th September 2021, the start of a new scholastic year, a group of Form 4 students at St. Margaret College was invited to reflect upon the need of ‘thinking more of others and less of me’. Students reflected upon the message of the encyclical letter of Pope Francis, ‘Fratelli Tutti’ (All Brothers) and witnessed its message with other students. The encyclical letter ‘Fratelli Tutti’ was issued on the 3rd October 2020 and its message is addressed to all humans of good will.

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A replacement lesson at St. Margaret College Secondary School Verdala, turns into a commemoration of the 77th anniversary of Auschwitz Liberation Camp Day.

submitted by St Margaret College Verdala Secondary School : Adriana Omaljev, Conner Portelli, Mikael Briffa, Rihana Grech  for 15-18
campaign: yre-entry
dissemination(s): newspaper, school media
filed under Articles
awarded: Participation

On Monday, 17th January 2022, a replacement lesson at St. Margaret College Secondary School Verdala, Cospicua turned into a commemoration of the 77th anniversary of Auschwitz Liberation Camp Day. Students reflected upon the atrocities of Nazism and thought about practical solutions to discourage racism in our everyday life.

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