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 […]
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
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.
Drawings prepared by the K2.1 students of Ms Lucienne Vella for Mother’s and Father’s Day.
The year 3.2 students were busy in the kitchen making healthy fruit snacks. They enjoyed making a fruit salad, fruit kebabs, grapes and berries caterpillar and even an apple crab. They all looked great and tasted delicious 😊 Submitted by Ms Sharon Calleja, Yr 3.2 Teacher
The photos show the year 3.2 students taking part in show and tell. Some students brought their favourite toys to school to talk to us about them, some prepared a Power Point presentation about their hobby, pet or toy, others made posters, brought photos or drew pictures, someone brought coins from different countries whilst someone […]
Although the scholastic year is coming to an end, the Year 2 students of Ms Stephanie Azzopardi are still working full speed ahead to get the best of their journey. Above students can be see working together learning pronouns during Maltese, and building words using plastic alphabet letters. During one of the school outings the […]
The K2.3 students of Ms Felicia Borg cut the fruit in small peices. The pieces were placed in biscuit bowls and finished off with some sprinkles on top.
As the journey of our Year 6 students comes to end, we wish them the best of luck for their future. Pursue your dreams and never let anyone bring you down… You make us proud 🙂 Heartfelt thanks to the parents for the wonderful thoughts and their appreciation!