Today the Form 1 Bishop’s Conservatory Secondary students cleaned the parking area near the school premises in Victoria and planted some trees as part of the Cleaner and Greener Gozo Campaign. The Ministry for Gozo launched this campaign entitled ‘A Greener and Cleaner Gozo’ with the aim of encouraging key players in Gozo’s community to contribute towards a better environment.
Instilling this awareness in our students, enables them to start caring for their environment at a young age. Click here to view coverage of this event on gozonews.com
Form 1 students were taken to Dwejra to observe a number animals and plants including endemic species. This was part of the form 1 science syllabus and was combined with a maths trail which was also organised for the same students!
On the 18th of March, our form 5 students had the opportunity to visit the president’s palace at St Anton’s Garden, after they were personally invited by president Dr George Abela during a visit to our school. They were given a tour around the palace and learned a lot about the work carried out by the president. Afterwards, our students went to the National Aquarium where they learned a lot about the different species found.