This morning the children prepared a sandwich were we discussed all the shapes that we met along the way! This included a square slice of bread, a square cheese and ham, a sandwich which when cut in half gives 2 triangles, a cucumber’s profile which makes the shape of a circle, which in turn gives a semicircle when cut in half, etc.
Later on we enjoyed the sandwich, on a picnic, in the school playground!
Submitted by Ms Felicia Borg, K2.3
The K2.1 students have been learning about ants and the importance of these minibugs in the ecosystem. After reading a story to the students, Ms Luicienne Vella, prepared field work for students at Buskett Gardens. The weather was not helpful on the day since it was raining. No ants were visible, however the KGE asked her students to make mask of ants and the children pretended to be ants while waiting for transport to take them back to school.
Well done to Ms Lucienne Vella (KGE),Ms Dorianne Micallef (LSE) and Ms Sharon Scicluna (LSE) and their students 🙂
For the celebration of eTwining Day, 9th May 2018, the Kinder 1.3 and 1.4 students prepared a short video clip celebrating Maltese Heritage thrugh the song of Ċeklem, Ċeklem Karozzin. The students wore red and white, these being the colours of the Maltese flag. They also prepare crafts of the Maltese flag and emblems depicting the eith point Maltese crosse. One of the KGEs, Ms Joanne Galea, impersonated a Maltese k night. eTwinning Day at school.
Credits to Ms Nagaat Bugeja and Ms Joanne Galea for coming up with the idea and helping students to prepare the props. Credits also to Ms Simone Gianino for capturing the photos and video.
Happy eTwinning Day 🙂
The K1.1 students of Ms Josianne had a very interesting lesson prepared by Ms Semira Camenzuli, student teacher, during her teaching practice. Ms Sharon invited a farmer who visited our school. During his visit he spoke to the children on how sheep are taken care of and what is involved in the process of milking sheep.
A model was prepared and students had a go at pretend play by “milking” the model. This session helped students to appreciate that milk, and other milk products, go through a long process before they can be enjoyed.
Well done to Ms Camenzuli. The school shall miss you 🙂