Food glorious food.  It is glorious indeed if we eat properly, but how many times do we actually examine the food that we consume everyday! To understand better the importance of developing a healthy eating habit, the school invited Dr Paula Vassallo from the Health Promotion Unit. 

The students  at St.Patrick’s School had 2 singular visitors today.  Bonnie and Clyde.  No they were  no such thing as impersonators of the infamous 1930’s bank robbers, but simply two gentle giant dogs.  An Argentinian and Italian mastiffs.

‘Come dressed comfortably’ stated part of the message sent by the headmaster Fr Jesmond Apap. The message came some days before Day 1 of this scholastic year. Common practice in all schools has it that the staff experiences ‘Back-to-School’ a couple of days before their students. It is a time for discussions and preparation for the coming year.
The Way is a Youth exchange that will involve a group of young people from St.Patrick’s School to meet with a group of Spanish youngsters, and walk 150kms of the Camino de Santiago together. The idea started to take shape during an Adventurous Journey which some boys were doing in order to gain the Duke of Edinburgh Award.

The tradtion at St Patrick’s is to celebrate the feast of Mary Help of Christians with the Sports Day. The special prayer each morning for nine days had somehow became part of the countdown adding to the build up. A sense of excitement hovered above the restless boys during morning assembly.

A real treasure becomes such only after it's been desperately sought after. Perhaps these words sound too grand to describe a school prize-day. But the fact remains that they hold true. For a prize-day is not about what is received on the day but the road that led to it. It is a celebration of hard work.
“I find television very educating. Every time somebody turns on the set, I go into the other room and read a book.”, the famous comedian Groucho Marx had said. And on these words it was decided to celebrate World Book Day ‘unplugged’. No apparatus needed to soar – this time we fly on the wings of imagination.
The 31st of January marks the death anniversary of our founder St. John Bosco.  It is a day of celebration, a celebration of his life, it is a day that cannot pass unnoticed in a Salesian school. 
It is a know fact that new technologies are developing faster than the speed of light.  People are surrounded by all sorts of gadgets and  life has become one big race for time.
On the 24th of May, St Patrick’s Salesian School celebrates the feast of Mary Help of Christians.  It is also the day where the Sports Day is held thus marking the end of all sports activities for this scholastic year.