On the 13th of October the Year 3 students of Ms Miranda Cauchi and Ms Sharon Calelja, together with their parents, were invited to attend to a Healthy Breakfast session at the Home Economics Centre in Birkirkara. The students, together with their parents, watched a short play about the importance of a healthy breakfast conducted by […]
Learning the difference between ‘i’ and ‘ie’, ‘h’ and ‘ħ’ has never been easier 🙂 And our friendly Robot, Bee-Bot, is always helping our students to become more active learners. Learning literacy can be great fun when presented to students in the correct manner using adequate resources. Teachers spend hours planning for their lessons, but […]
Learning Maths can be challenging for students if not presented using various teaching and learning approaches. Not all students learn in the same way, but learning through concrete and hands-on experiences allows for more student success. Following training teachers receive during their in-service courses and also during professional development sessions, students benefit from learning experiences […]
The Yr 2.1 students visited an animal farm at Manikata. During this visit the students learnt about the different animals and helped to feed them. Later they learnt about planting seeds and what is needed for a seed to grow into a healthy plant.
Throughout the day children experience a wide range of feelings and emotions. Through the help of activities children learn to identify the different emotions and their feelings. This helps them to express themselves better. Submitted by Ms Josianne Camilleri, K1.1
The K1.4 students of Ms Nagaat Bugeja participated in a number of activities during the dress down day prepared in aid of Hospice Malta. The students shared toys and made crafts together to enhance caring about others. They also made a sunflower collage since this symbolises Hospice Malta. Thus while learning to think of others, […]
For the third year in a row, our students participated in a dress down day with the aim of raising funds for charity which will be donated the Hospice Movement Malta. Thank you all for your generosity 🙂 Kindly be informed that €408 were collected on this day 🙂
Professional development training for all members of staff is an integral part of the school ethos. All members of staff are provided with professional training which is catered for to suit their needs and requests. Such on going training is vital to ensure successful teaching and learning.
Students participating in various sports activities joined other students from all over the world to promote the importance of movement for a healthier lifestyle. The activities were organised by the PE teachers, Ms Bonello and Ms Micallef Cassar.