Dr Edward Fenech Adami, President Emeritus, paid an official visit to Dingli Primary School on 25th April 2009. He was given a warm welcome by the kindergarten children waving national flags in one of the school yards. Then, he attended for a short concert by the Kindergarten 2 children. Later primary school children set around Dr Fenech Adami on stage where he answered their questions about various aspects of life. Before leaving our school he signed the Visitors' Book.
Dr George Abela, President Emeritus, paid an official visit to our school on 19th February 2010. After being given a warm welcome by kindergarten children waving Maltese flags, he moved to the school's foyer where he was greeted by students from the Ekoskola Committee. Other students explained him our school's efforts to make the enivironmentl more eco-friendly. Dr Abela was also invited to taste healthy fruit kebabs prepared by our students.
Mgr Paul Cremona, Bishop Emeritus, paid an official visit to Dingli Primary School on Thursday 21st November 2013. After given a warm welcome by the kindergarten children, he moved to the school hall where he answered their questions put forward by primary students. Then, he met the school administration together with the College Principal. Later, before departing, he met the school staff and paid a short visit to all the students in their respective classrooms.
Dolores Christina, former Minister of Education, paid an official visit to our school on
As part of her series of visits to schools around the island, nn Wednesday 11th December 2015, H.E. President Marie-Louise Coleiro Preca was welcomed at Dingli Primary School by the kindergarten children waving Maltese flags. She then moved to the school hall were she was welcomed by the Maltese National Anthem. After a short welcoming speech, she took part in discussions with the Year 4, Year 5 and Year 6 students and listened to their views on a variety of subjects such as the preservation of the environment, support the poorest among our society and how immigrants and their children should feel welcomed and supported.