Registration of New Students
- Parents|Legal guardians of children born between 1st May and 31st December and residing at Dingli should register their kids to start school during the first week in October as soon as their children reach the age of 2 years nine months.
- Parents|Legal guardians of children born between 1st January and 30th April and residing at Dingli should register their kids to start school on the 1st February as soon as their children reach the age of 2 years and 9 months.
- Parents/guardians can register their children from Monday to Friday between 9:30am and 11:30am with the school clerk, Ms Maria Camilleri.
- The following documents should be presented when registering children for the first time:
- The I.D. card of both parents or guardian/s;
- The inoculation booklet (Ktieb tat-Tilqim)
- An appointment for a medical check-up with the school doctor / nurse will be fixed and received by post before the child starts attending school.
Parents|Legal guardians of prospective students can download and fill in the following forms before fixing an appointment with the school clerk on 21454496 to register their child.
Transfer of Students Between Schools:
Parents|Legal guardians who wish to transfer their child | children from one school to another can do so as long as they can produce evidence (I.D. Cards) which shows that they reside in the locality of the new school. If no evidence is available, such parents should obtain a written permission from the Office of the College Principal, which can contacted on 21570326 or electronically on email@example.com.
Registration of Students from non-EU Countries:
Non-European Union citizens who wish to register their child / children at our school, must first seek permission from Ms Josette White (Service Manager, Customer Care Section at EDUCATION DIRECTORATE, Floriana). The following form should be downloaded and filled in prior to seeking permission.
Parents who are separated may only prevent each other from collecting a child from school if they provide the relevant court order, relevant to their case.