Today’s Math lesson was about flat shapes and their properties. First students had a presentation where they had to try and guess the name of the hidden flat shape. Then students had time to discuss the properties of the various shapes. Finally they had the opportunity to engage in hands-on experience using geoboards to construct and investigate the properties of plane shapes.
Submitted by Ms Mathea Vassallo, Yr 4.1
Memories of the first week at Kindergarten. Students enjoy craft sessions, role play and dressing up.
Students explore ways of connecting pipes and creating their own patterns, while working together.
Having fun through free play in the school yard.
Submitted by Ms Nag Bugeja, K1.3
Students learning about writing numbers in words. After watching a video and singing along to the numbers song, students played a game with the bee bot to match numbers in figures with those in words. Finally, the students played an online game to consolidate number names.
Submitted by Ms Sharon Calleja, Yr 3.1
As in the past two years, State, Church and Independent Schools in Malta will be joining other EU schools in the European School Sport Day (ESSD), an initiative aimed at promoting Physical Activity in schools. On the 28th September, students were encouraged to take part in 120 minutes of physical activity throughout the day.
Ball relay setting off the adrenaline! The students joined children across Europe to celebrate the European Sports Day.
Letting off some steam in a relay challenge! A number of activities were prepared by Ms Rebecca Bonello, the physical education teacher, to give our students a good workout.
Enhancing dribbling skills! Students moved from one station to another including handball shooting, hoop team building relay, tail tag, obstacle course, football penalty shooting and basketball dribbling.
More fun games!
Best foot forward for year 6.2 penalty shoot-out!
The keeper in action!
Having a shot at the penalty shoot out!
Submitted by Ms Sharon D’Amico, Yr 6.2 Teacher
The scholastic Year kicked off with a visit by the Minister of Education, Dr Evarist Bartolo, the Permanent Secretary, Dr Frank Fabri and the College Principal, Ms Josephine Mifsud. They visited a number of classrooms and welcomed the students to another scholastic year.
Welcome aboard 🙂
The first National Readathon was organised by the National Literacy Agency and the President’s Trust under the patronage of Her Excellency Marie-Louise Coleiro Preca. This initiative was also supported by the National Schools Support Service and Re/Max Malta.
Alexander Ceesay, from St Nicholas College, Mgarr Primary School, was the student who collected most money during this first edition of Qaritona out of the 22 participating schools. In honour of this, an apple tree was planted in the Secret Garden at Sant Anton Palace. The aim of this marathon was to raise funds for students with special needs related to blindness, while promoting a love for reading among students who participated in this readathon.
The Year 3.1 students were given the opportunity to share some information with the class about something which they really like to do or someone/something they like/love. Some students prepared a PowerPoint Presentation, others made posters and charts. Many students talked and brought their pet to school whilst many others talked about their favourite toy/s. Another student talked about sports cars as he likes to read and know everything there is about these cars. Someone else talked to us about the activities and outings organised by the Mellieħa Scout Group. I really enjoyed listening to each and everyone of you! Well done!
Submitted by Ms Miranda Cauchi, Year 3.1
Year 2 Students participated in a Maltese interactive lesson. The students prepared a set of questions about a book that was read in class. With the help of a video conference the students asked questions to school mates in a different classroom.
Submitted by Ms Stephanie Azzopardi, Yr 2.1
Across the curricula we integrate key sustainable issues in teaching and learning. Indeed, as part of the Social Studies syllabus students are given the opportunity to visit a nature reserve and carry out the given fieldwork. On the 28th of May, the Year 3 students visited the Għadira Nature Reserve. There, they had the opportunity to see the different trees that grow in Malta and observe and learn more information about the flora and fauna of the Maltese islands. Furthermore, the pupils also discussed how they can help protect the environment. This fieldwork helped students to understand better what they had learned in class.
Submitted by Ms Miranda Cauchi, Year 3.1
The K2.1 and K2.3 classes enjoyed a morning of water play in preparation for the summer season.
Ms Felicia and Ms Lucienne prepared a number of activities for students using water. The students enjoyed this free play session to end their scholastic year.