Can you think of a kid that does not love playing with sand and water? The weather at this time of the year lends itself perfectly for some outdoor water and sand play. The students had a whale of a time playing in the school yard which was temporarily transformed into a water park 🙂
Bird hunting, deforestation, burning down of forests, farming, the industrial revolution and other factors have a direct impact of the habitat of a number of animals. Trees are homes to birds, snakes, insects and many other creatures. When trees are cut down, the homes of these creatures vanish. The year 4.1 students were made aware […]
The K1.2 students of Ms Josianne have been learning about sea creatures that live along the shores of our islands. This is another project linked to Dinja Waħda.
The Kinder 1 students of Ms Josianne have been learning about sea chains. Underwater creatures depend on a clean environment. Marine pollution is having a bad impact on the life of these underwater creatures causing an imbalance in the food chain.
Summer hits the Maltese Islands with a bang. However this allows time for kindergarten students to enjoy water games. The look on the happy faces of these children says it all 🙂
Every year the school looks forward to celebrating the commemoration of the year 2 students’ First Holy Communion. Students participated in a very well organised mass prepared by their class teachers and Ms Borg Vella. May God bless all these children and may they cherish this day for the rest of their life.
Students actively participating in Dinja Waħda projects proudly presenting their work on the school notice board.
The Kindergarten students of Ms Camille, together with their LSA, Ms Roseann, prepared a healthy pasta salad. They also thought of other children who are hospitalised by participating in the Dr. Klown awareness campaign.