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Malta

The Maltese Islands offer a dynamic annual calendar of traditional seasonal events such as carnival, village feasts, historical re-enactments and other cultural events. With one of the best clubbing scenes in the Mediterranean and our warm climate, the island attracts various top artists to perform here – with musical festivals from classical and jazz to dance music. In addition to the local events and exhibitions, Malta also hosts a variety of international events, sports championships and tournaments. Whatever your passion, you will definitely find something to entertain you during your stay in Malta. For more information on what’s on in Malta, go to the Malta Tourism Authority calendar please click here of events.
  • 1st January;
  • New Year’s Day;
  • Feast of St. Paul’s Shipwreck, 10th February;
  • Feast of St. Joseph, 19th March;
  • Good Friday*;
  • Freedom Day, 31st March;
  • Workers’ Day, 1st May;
  • Sette Giugno, 7th June;
  • Feast of St. Peter and St. Paul, 29th June;
  • Feast of the Assumption, 15th August;
  • Feast of Our Lady of Victories, 8th September;
  • Independence Day, 21st September;
  • Feast of the Immaculate Conception, 8th December;
  • Republic Day, 13th December;
  • Christmas Day, 25th December;

*date changes from year to year

  • School & School Reception
    Monday to Friday – 08.30 to 16.30 hrs
  • School Offices (Administration/Marketing/Accounts)
    Monday to Friday – 08.30 to 16.30 hrs
  • Residence Reception
    Monday to Sunday – 08.30 – 23.30 hrs (night security after 23.30 hrs)
It is the warm and inviting climate that has made the Maltese Islands an important tourist resort in the centre of the Mediterranean.

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London

London offers a dynamic annual calendar of traditional seasonal events. Whatever your passion, you will definitely find something to entertain you during your stay in London. For more information on what’s on in London,  go to the Official London Guide please click here.
2012
  • New Year’s Day Holiday – January 2nd
  • Good Friday – April 6th
  • Early May Bank Holiday – May 7th
  • Spring Bank Holiday – June 4th
  • Diamond Jubilee Holiday -June 5th
  • Summer Bank Holiday – August 27th
  • Christmas Day – December 25th
  • Boxing Day – December 26th
2013
  • New Year’s Day Holiday – January 1st
  • Good Friday – March 29th
  • Easter Monday – April 1st
  • Early May Bank Holiday – May 6th
  • Spring Bank Holiday – May 27th
  • Summer Bank Holiday – August 26th
  • Christmas Day – December 25th
  • Boxing Day – December 26th
School & School Reception
Monday to Friday – 08.30 to 16.30 hrs
Britain is an island and its surrounding sea gives it a varied climate. The weather can change very quickly – from one day to the next. There are four seasons: Spring – from March – May, Summer – from June to August, Autumn – from September to November and Winter – from December to February. In Summer the temperatures can reach 32⁰C but the average is around 26⁰C. In Winter, temperatures can drop below freezing point (0⁰C) but not too much below.

Contrary to popular belief it doesn’t rain every day in England, however, it is always advisable to carry waterproof clothing any time that you visit – just to be prepared.

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