Police were called in to St Ignatius College secondary school in Ħal Qormi this morning after a fight broke out between a student and a school official.
A police spokesperson confirmed that they were informed at around 11:30am that a fight had broken out between a school official and a 15-year-old female Maltese student. According to NET News, the school official in question was none other than the headmistress herself.
No one was injured or arrested during the fight, but police questioned the student involved.
It comes a day after police had to intervene after a fight between two students, a Maltese and a Libyan, at St Clare’s College in Pembroke, had escalated.
During the fight, the Maltese boy had reportedly called up his father, who arrived at the school with two other men, and proceeded to attack the young Libyan student. The father turned himself in to police and has been released on bail pending further investigations.