The school was awarded the Green Flag 5 times as it was judged to be a green school by taking measures to safeguard the environment. The Eco Code demonstrates the school's commitment in taking steps towards environmentally sound actions.
This commitment includes:
A structured handbook detailing all school policies for primary and secondary studentsDownload
A dress code for Winter and Summer seasons for primary and secondary studentsDownload
A curriculum document for each year group is available to download in PDF format.Download
Time-table of all the extra-curricular activities is available for download hereDownload
The Parents Teachers Association (PTA) of St Monica schools was created by the Maltese Province of the Augustinian Sisters, Servants of Jesus and Mary as an unofficial association of parents and teachers who help and give counsel to the Head of School for the good of the schools in the Maltese Province. St Monica School Gzira has its own committee. The members are parents or guardians of children who attend the school and teachers of the same school. The committee aims at promoting the best education for our students. Members meet to discuss educational issues and forward their suggestions to the administration. They evaluate the school's teaching and learning practices offering feedback, and help in the creation of school policies. They help in the organisation of fundraising activities which contribute greatly towards the development of the school by providing funds for new resources and infrastructural development. A good number of activities are organised throughout the year both during school hours and during weekends or after school.
During important times of the Catholic Calendar such as Christmas, Easter, and St Martin’s feast, PTA members bake and prepare the traditional sweets to sell to students. Therefore, while providing funds for new projects for the school, the PTA also keeps Maltese and Catholic traditions. As a school we look at the holistic formation of our students as well as their families. The PTA contributes also to the spiritual formation of families. They organise spiritual activities such as Advent Celebration, Christmas Eve Mass, Lenten Talks and a seminar for families. The PTA also organises various activities aiming at cultural and leisure education for all the family throughout the years. Some of these activities are: St Monica's Got Talent, Cycling Event for families, Family Picnic and Family Fun Day. The ultimate aim of all the activities is to educate families for healthy leisure.
The aim of our Primary and Secondary Students' Councils is to educate our students for leadership and to give them a voice in the school community. Each council meets once a fortnight and the students discuss various issues and then the points discussed are presented to the head of school. Some issues are solved immediately others are discussed with the rest of the SMT in order to find the best solutions. The councils also plan various activities: educational, fundraising, fun and philantropic. With the funds raised, the school buys educational and sports equipment for the teaching and learning of students.View Student Council Members