The Yr 3.2 students of Ms Stephanie prepared a special assembly about density. The students demonstrated how different substances form layers on top of each other when added to water. The less dense substances lay at the top because their molecules are spread apart, making the substance less dense.
The Kindergarten student of Ms Joanne prepared a very healthy snack made of oats, mashed bananas and honey. These cookies were baked in the oven for a couple of minutes. Apart from preparing a healthy, yet delicious, snack, the students had the opportunity to learn about textures, healthy food and to enhance their fine motor skills.
Yr 3.1 – Alessandro Vella, Yr 3.2 – Kyle Pulis, Yr 4.1 – Emma Buttigieg, Yr 4.2 – Sara Vella, Yr 5.1 – Milena Stagno, Yr 5.2 – Sarah Abela, Yr 6.1 – Gabriella Grima u Yr 6.2 – Joseph Muscat
Nirringrazzjaw lill-istudenti kollha li ħadu sehem fl-elezzjoni u nawguraw li dan il-kunsill jaħdem biex l-iskola tkun post aħjar. Nirringrazzjaw l-għalliema tal-PCSD li ħadu hħieb dawn l-elezzjonijiet.
The Kindergarten students of Ms Joanne have been busy learning about colours by making their own planes using various techniques. Kite paper was glued to the outline of the body of the aeroplane. Hand prints were used to make the wings. Through such activities students enhance their fine motor skills, while learning through play.
Almost all nominees have presented their manifesto at school assemblies. The election will take place next Tuesday where in the pupils will be voting for their fellow students who they would like to represent them in the school council. Student council election reinforces the democratic voting process that the children will see when they grow up and nominees were given the chance to state reasons why they should be voted for.
The Kinder 1 students of Ms Joanne, together with Ms Angela, have been learning about road safety. The students made their own traffic lights and learnt about the meaning of the different colours.
The children were asked to walk on a zebra crossing when the right light came on. Children were reinforces topic of colour and road safety during this activity.
The School Council organised a Pyjama and Cereal Day for the students at our school. The main aim was to remember all those children who are sick in hospital undergoing treatment. Moreover, this was an opportunity to promote choosing a healthy breakfast by opting for healthy cereals and white milk.
The school would like to thank all the parent helpers who made this yet another successful event 🙂