Year: 2013

Show and Tell Sessions

Another activity year 1.1 students of Ms Marilyn like to do in their classroom is to have Show and Tell sessions. Children are given some time to talk about a particular subject or item. One of our Show and Tell sessions was about the children’s favourite animal. Children were given some time to look for some information about […]

Promoting movement…

Children love to stretch and have a short break between lessons. The children in yr 1.1 of Ms Marilyn Bugeja sing rhymes, do some stretching and move to the children’s favourite song – the Move Week song which one can see below: The picture below shows the year 1.1 children enjoying the song and dancing to […]

Special Assembly by Year 2.2

The year 2.2 students prepared a special assembly for our morning prayer. Ms Stephanie prepared a song for her students which talks about the “King of the Jungle”. The aim of the song is to worship God for having created all these lovely creatures which made our world more beautiful than ever. The students sang […]

Dinja Waħda Awards 2013

On 5th December 2013 Ms Rodgers and 2 students from our school when to receive the Gold Award which was awarded to our school for participating in Dinja Waħda during the scholastic year 2012-2013. Well done to all students, teachers, KGAs, LSAs and Ms Rodgers for this achievement 🙂

St Nicholas Day 2013

Friday 6th December was a special day for our college since this happens to be the date when we celebrate the feast of St Nicholas who is the patron saint of our college. The college principal called the schools to celebrate this special day together at Mgarr Parish Church. Student representatives from all the schools […]

Show and Tell

Students learn a number of literacy skills at school. Since the introduction of the Benchmark Exam, oracy has been given its importance, being recognised as one of the major skills required by students to enhance their literacy skills. A good method to enhance oracy skills is by giving students the opportunity to speak to an audience about […]

Dinosaurs galore…

During another mid-week session the year 3 students of Ms Rosette made a very interesting craft about dinosaurs. The students made use of pasta to create their own dinosaur skeletons. Apart from enhancing their fine motor skills, students had to think of the best way to make use of pasta in order to create their […]

Traditional Games on St Martin’s Day

(The photos collage above was prepared by Ms Tiziana Borg, yr 6 teacher) This year Mgarr primary celebrated St Martin’s Day with a difference. The School Council, together with 12 parents helpers organised a Traditional Games Fun Day for all the school. A number of games were organised including Iż-żunżna ddur iddur, Ċuċċu Trejn, Il-Ġurdien […]

Dog puppets

During another mid-week session the year 3 students of Ms Rosette prepared dog puppets. These puppets were made of recycled material. The students put in their own touch of creativity to create different dogs, all decorated to their tastes. Well done for the hard work and keep up the good work 😉

Spooky Halloween

All students love Halloween. Decorating their classrooms with spooky ghosts makes their learning environment closer to reality. The year 3 students of Ms Rosette prepared a number of spooky ghosts during another mid-week session. The happy faces of the students say it all. Well done once again 😉