Magis Summer Programme for Primary and Secondary school students

Jul 23, 2021

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The Magis Summer programme consists of targeted revision classes for a select group of students in most need of additional support, in preparation for the upcoming scholastic year.

What does Magis mean?

*Magis is a Latin word that means “more” or “greater”. It is related to ad majorem Dei gloriam, a Latin phrase meaning “for the greater glory of God”, the motto of the Society of Jesus.

Primary School students (Preps 2-6) are attending classes in the core subjects; English, Maltese and Maths; while Secondary School students (Forms 1-4) are also attending lessons in the core subjects, as well as Physics, Spanish and Graphical Communication.

The programme was limited by both human resources and COVID-19 restrictions.

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