Our school is taking part in an Erasmus+ project in collaboration with another school from Austria. The title of the project is ‘Evolving Patterns of Diversity’. We will be exploring this topic of diversity through various aspects, including the artistic aspect. For this reason as part of our project we will be observing the way in which the diverse decorative patterns in Maltese architecture have evolved through the span of time. Our main focus will be the Temple period, the Roman period, the Norman Period, the Baroque Period and 19th century tiles in Malta.
In view of this some of the students who attend the Erasmus+ club, during the mid-day break, were taken to Valletta, in particular to the Museum of Archaeology and to St. John’s Co-cathedral to observe the various patterns on display.