The Royal Naval School


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The Common Room

Home Page for past Staff and Pupils of The Royal Naval School, Malta
This site provides a general information resource, meeting place and contact site for former staff and pupils, now living world wide, who attended the Royal Naval School on the Island of Malta.  For more than a century, the school met the education requirements of many thousands of youngsters who lived with parents working on the Islands, either in the Armed Forces or in supporting civilian occupations.  The earliest origins of a forces school can be traced back to 1820 and  Captain M F Law MA RN has compiled a very condensed version of the very distinguished,
History of The Royal Naval School - Tal-Ħandaq

On Saturday, 14 September 2013
members reunited in Bath to share some happy memories

Reunion Group 2013

For a hi-res copy of the group photograph above, please email: Viv
and if you joined us on the day, add your choice of table/year groups from the attached gallery - Group 01 - Group 02 - Group 03

The Committee

The Committee
 Tim - Bernard - Rog
At Tal-Ħandaq for 'Malta in the Millennium', 16 September 2000

Developing Contact Records

Where are they now?

Where are they now?

Reunions & Events

Click on the event for information, reports and photos:-
A mini reunion originally planned for the early 60s group.
The event took place 12th-19th September 2000 and was a huge success.
The gathering, held 18th-20th February 2000, was an excellent event
The setting was Duns Castle in the Scottish Borders of Berwickshire and the weather was superb.

Remember to:-

Visit the Notice Board :
for details of the availability of the Tal-Ħandaq memorabilia and other general information.

Malta Crest

Malta & Associated Links

Malta Government Home Page
Malta News Media
Malta Weather
Malta Vista
About Malta
Survival Maltese
Verdala School
RNS Tal-Handaq Nostalgia
RNS Tal-Handaq panoramic images - 2005

Aerial view of Tal Handaq School - 2000

'Tal-Ħandaq School, Malta'

This aerial view of Tal-Ħandaq, Malta, courtesy of Keith Poulton, was taken in September 2000
The school remains a Maltese college, although it has undergone a complete rebuild leaving very few of the original buildings still standing.

Click here for a further selection of Aerial Views of Tal-Ħandaq

Author's Notes:-

As Web Site author I hope this site provides useful links for those trying to re-establish contacts with old friends.
 Your information and suggestions would be welcome in order to keep the news of your new links current.
All developments mailed through the Common Room will be considered by the 'Committee of Four'.
Looking forward to an opportunity of meeting you in the future. 

 Tim J Daly