A Proud Tradition of Excellence

A Proud Tradition of Excellence

A Proud Tradition of Excellence

General Information

The students are obliged to follow all the lessons stipulated by the syllabus. Exemption from Religious Education lessons may be granted only to those parents, who on behalf of their children, formally request to opt out, because they do not practice the Roman Catholic Religion.

All students are required by law to attend school. A note must accompany every absence from school from one of the parents. A Medical Doctor must certify absence for a duration of more than three days from school due to sickness. Permission for visits abroad must be sought beforehand from the Head of School.


Whether certain behaviour will be considered acceptable or not will often depend on the situation and the circumstances of the case, but certain types of behaviour will never be tolerated.  These include disturbing the class, disrupting the lessons, disobeying the specific orders of the teacher, damaging school property or committing acts of vandalism, continually failing to obey the legitimate authority of the school. 

Repeated failure, even after serious warnings may lead to suspension or expulsion from school.


Full school uniform must be worn daily.  All items of clothing must be marked clearly with the student’s name.  Earrings on boys are not allowed and only neat hairstyles will be accepted.  Short skirts for the girls are not allowed.


Two ‘Parents’ Days’ are held during the scholastic year, one in November and the other soon after the mid-year examinations.  Open day, as well as meetings for parents are also held from time to time.


This is made by appointment so as to meet the parents and prospective students.  A placing is given on a ‘first come first served’ basis.  Brothers and sisters are given preference as long as they are registered three months from birth.


The programme is held three times weekly running from mid-July to the end of August for seven weeks.  Brochures are distributed by the end of May.


Transport is available to most places and must be booked by end of July.


Kindergarten School - 9.00 am to 12.30 pm (school hours)
Child minding: 7.45 am to 8.45 am & 12.30 pm to 1.30 pm
After school activities: 1.45 to 2.45 pm

Junior School - 8.00 a.m. to 1.30 p.m.
After school activities: 1.45 to 2.45 pm

Senior School - 8.00 am to 3.00 pm. After school
programme extended to 4.30 pm.

School doors open at 7.30 a.m. and close at 8.00 a.m.


Students are made aware of their surroundings and encouraged to look after them. Waste separation bins are placed in all classes, 'Environmental Officers' are selected to ensure that lights, fans and possibly water running from taps are not left on unnecessarily.

Healthy eating is also encouraged, whereby children are made aware of what foods should be consumed and what to avoid. A tuck-shop in the Senior School also promotes this lifestyle.

Discipline within the school and respect towards adults and one's peers is of utmost important for our school. Good and positive behaviour must also be recognized.


'It is easier to build a child than to repair an adult'.