The Year 4 students participated in a competition held during World Book Day by the National Literacy Agency. The students were awarded two books each following their in-class presentations about books they read. The students also prepared costumes to impersonate their favourite character from the book they read.
The Yr 4.1 students created their own LEGO fans which had to be programmed using Lego Wedo. This session was organised by the class teacher, Ms Angelique Attard with the support of the Digital Literacy Teacher.With the help of the Digital Literacy Support teacher Ms Laura Schembri, the children built a duck by using 6 pieces of Lego for their first activity.
In the second activity the children were divided into groups and together they had to build their own fan by using the Lego WeDo kit. After building the fan they then generated code causing the fan to work.
The Yr 4.1 class of Ms Angelique Attard had a maths lesson with a difference. The children were divided into groups and participated in a scavenger hunt held in the playground.
The children really enjoyed themselves using their tablets to scan the provided QR codes which had been distributed around the space and writing down the sums on a recording sheet. This activity helped the children to move around while learning. The winning team was also rewarded!
The year 4s conducted fieldwork related to social studies. They went to Floriana and Valletta to find and record places, momunents and buildings related to Dun Mikiel Xerri,Dun Karm Psaila and San Ġorġ Preca.
L-istudenti tar-raba’ sena ħadu sehem f’attivitajiet marbuta mal-ħrafa ‘Id-Dragun Draganti’ ta’ Trevor Żahra. Il-lezzjoni kienet tinkludi s-smiegħ tal-ħrafa u tal-kanzunetta, reċta bil-pupazzi mill-għalliema tal-Litteriżmu u fl-aħħar għalqu b’attività relatata mal-ħrafa.
During their special assembly the Year 4.1 of Ms Angelique, danced to the song Fight Song. The meaning of the song is that we should believe in ourselves and never give up. When we overcome problems in life we end up even stronger than before.
The school would like to congratulate Wayne Camilleri of Yr 4.2 for being awarded the Reading Star Award. This award is achieved when students read out of their own free will at school in between breaks, between lessons, etc.
The children of Year 4.1 had an activity related to science at Buskett. Even though it was windy they managed to work together as a team to come up with the answers. They had to observe the weathe, plant life, the trees, the leaves, animals around us, and finally how they can help protect the environment.
The Literacy Fest was a huge success with the children of Year 4.1. They had different activities to do, such as IT at Ta’ Ħaġrat Temples, P.E. & Art at the church parvis, PSCD at the playing field, Science & Music near the cross. It was fun learning outside the classroom!