Situated in the central of Malta, with a population of approximately 3,000 people, Lija is considered as a small village.  It forms part of the three villages namely Balzan and Attard.  These three villages are renowned for their great gardens and orchards.  The parish church is dedicated to Our Saviour and the construction started in 1694.  The feast is very popular not only with the residents of Lija but with many Maltese as it is said to have the best pyrotechnics and firework display in Malta.  Lija also has several historical houses of character, plenty of citrus gardens and the official Residence of the University of Malta.

St Theresa College – Lija – Balzan – Iklin Primary School

The school forms part of the St Theresa College and accommodates students from Lija, Balzan and Iklin.  It has approximately 320 students between the ages of 3 and 11 years old.  There are around 67 members of staff which include administration, teachers, learning support assistants, kindergarten assistants, clerks and caretakers.  The school does its utmost to offer a holistic education to their students.

Address: Robert Mifsud Bonnici Street, Lija

Tel: +356 2598 5570

Email: [email protected]

St Angela Kindergarten School

St Angela school is a Church School and entry is by ballot.  St Angela Kindergartens have 5 schools situated in Rabat, Lija, Sliema, Msida and Zabbar.  The school provides its young students with a holistic educational experience.  Their committment to addressing the academic, social, physical, psychological and spirituals needs is done without distinction of ability, socio ecomonmic status and race.  The school doors open at 0815hrs – 0845hrs for drop off and again at 1320hrs – 1330hrs for pick up.  School uniform can be purchased from InDesign.

Address: St Angela Kindergarten School 60 St. Andrew Street Lija LJA1523

Tel:  +356 7705 6427