Senglea Primary School is a small school located within the historic bastions of Fort St Michael. First built in the 1920s, it suffered great damages during World War II. It was subsequently rebuilt after the war. Over the years, it has been upgraded and today it offers a pleasant learning environment, with the rooftop boasting a fantastic panorama of the Grand Harbour.
The school population for 2014–2015 consists of one hundred and forty students. The classes range from Kindergarten to Year 6. The staff complement consists of the Head of School, Ms R. Buhagiar, two assistant heads of schools, Ms A. Curmi and Ms M. Cauchi, seven class teachers, four kindergarten assistants and eight learning support assistants. The school has a hall, library, clinic, yard and a number of special rooms, including a nurture class, PSD room, science room, art room, music room and a resource room.
The school is proud of its strong parental involvement and has close links both with the local and international community.