The K2.1 students of Ms Lucienne Vella visited the natural history museum in Mdina. Students learnt about various animals that lived on the Maltese islands along the years. A workshop followed during which students made collages of bats and birds.
It’s that time of the year again when students enjoy preparing traditional food. Students prepared figolli, a traditional sweet made of ground almonds.
Submitted by Ms Nagaat Bugeja and Ms Camille Scerri, KGEs
The K2.1 students enjoyed playing at Zeffi’s romparound. Later they prepared and cooked their own pizzas.
The K2.1 students of Ms Lucienne Vella during an educational outing at the national aquarium. Students observed different species of fish, followed a craft session related to the fish observed.
The importance of prayer, irrespective of one’s beliefs, is never to be underestimated. Teaching students to pray from a young age provides them with skills of self reflection and the ability to appreciate all that God has created.
The K2.1 students of Ms Lucienne Vella, prepared crafts related to the feast of Our Lady of Sorrows and spared some time to pray for peace.
The K1.5 and K2.2 students joined forces for a cookery session. Students prepared rikotta pies make with dough and goats’ cheese filling. During this session the students learned about shapes and texture. They also enjoyed eating their pies.
Submitted by Ms Marija Zammit and Ms Janice Vella, KGEs
K1.4 students of Ms Nagaat Bugeja prepared some muffins following a fairy tale. The students also made use of bee-bot and programmed this robot to help it find the correct destination related to the said fairy tales.
The K1.1 students of Ms Josianne Camilleri participated in various hands-on activities to learn about letter and numbers. These activities were prepared by the student teacher.
In the first activity, students had to write the letter ‘d’ in a sensory tray. The media used included sand, flour and ground cinnamon.
In a separate activity, students made the number 4 out of dry clay.
In the last activity students set up a colourful table with blocks, straws, plastic and wooden pegs, etc. Children had to create their own works of art, thus enhancing their creativity.
The kindergarten students of Ms Joanne Galea and Ms Josianne Camilleri joined forces to grow their own potatoes in the school garden. The students had to dig trenches to sew their potatoes and cover them back in soil. They are now watering the potatoes and look forward to gather their harvest in a few weeks’ time.
To complement this activity the students made a collage using vegetables.
The K1.3 students of Ms Joanne Galea have been learning about transport. After making their own collages out of plastic bottle caps, the students created their own aeroplane from recycled boxes. Finally they flew their aeroplane in the school yard… Pity I did not have my boarding pass!