On Wednesday 11th Jully at 2.45 p.m. the results of the Annual Examinations were posted at the Central Mail Office of the MaltaPost. It was a relatively long process of correcting, checking, inputting marks, printing and enveloping. Thanks to our teachers and secretarial staff, this laborious exercise was completed efficiently as scheduled.
We congratulate all those students who worked hard throughout all the scholastic year and were well prepared for these examinations.
To those who did not manage to obtain more that 50% of the final mark and have to sit for a Supplementary Examination, we encourage them to reflect on their performance. If one feels that the failing subject is very difficult to cope with and to understand, try to find someone to help you individually and try to invest more study time and effort. If one failed due to his negligence and carelessness, we hope that this serves him as an eye-opener. The Supplementary Examinations exercise is not intended to penalise but rather to motivate students who failed to reach the desired level in that particular subject to do so.
As a revision exercise, we suggest students to download the Annual Examination Papers of June 2011 and June 2012 from the MySpot Section of this site, work them with the help the school textbooks and notes. One can then also print them again and work them under examination conditions. You can repeat this exercise more than once.
Our promoting policy is planned to motivate our students to work throughout the year and to study for all tests and examinations. The Final Mark comprises 25% of the Half Yearly Examination Result, 12.5% of the Half Yearly Assessment Mark, 12.5% of the Annual Assessment Mark and 50% of the Half Yearly Examination Result. So one only fails if he is negligent.
Once again we take this opportunity to wish you all a restful summer holidays. Enjoy your holidays with your parents, play games, visit your relatives and spend time by the seaside. At the same time, keep busy at home and help out your parents with some chores. Employ some time in reading books, do some revision work, watch interesting documentaries on TV or DVDs, and do some voluntary work within the community. We also encourage you to attend one of our SDC MUSEUM Centres or any other Youth Centre in your village.
From time to time give a look to this site to keep in touch with the latest news and information.
June 2012 Examinations Analysis:Annual_Exams_Analysis_Report_2012.pdf
Supplemetary Examinations Timetable:Resit_Exams_Timetable.pdf
We are deeply honoured to have the opportunity to lead St Michael School’s community as it enters its 66th year of service. Through the years we have developed a strong appreciation for the holistic approach to education and we try our best to provide an outstanding opportunity for youths to grow and develop as mature Christian citizens.
Rules for entry into Church Schools for the next year have been published on the official website of Archdiocese of Malta www.maltadiocese.org in the Church Schools Entry section. The direct link is www.maltadiocese.org/church-schools
Applications for admission into Form 1 will be accepted in any one of the following schools: St. Paul's Missionary College, Rabat; St. Albert, Valletta; St. Augustine College, Pietà; St. Michael School, St. Venera; and Stella Maris College, Gżira; on Monday and Tuesday 21st, 22nd and on Monday 28th January, 2013 between 9:00 a.m. and noon. Applicants should take the necessary documents referred in the regulations with them, to fill in the applications when they call.
There are 419 vacancies in all Form 1s in Church Schools in Malta for the Scholastic Year 2013-14. We have 72 vacant places in Form 1 at our school.Regulations_-_Entry_into_F1.pdf