Sharing of good practice of how the school outdoor space is being used to implement the emergent curriculum. Well done to Birdlife Malta and MEDE for organising a fruitful multiplier event and well done to all the staff at St Nicholas College, Mgarr Primary for embarking on this project.
First- an explanation was done to help students remember how to convert l to ml and vice versa. An investigation was then carried out by myself using measuring containers and students were asked to observe the different questioning techniques.
Then, using measuring containers in groups, the students were given the opportunity to create their own investigation using liquids while emphasizing the concept of liters and milliliters. After creating their problems and using the necessary amounts of water in the containers, they went around and solved the investigations that the other groups had laid out for them in stations.
Submitted by Mr Matthew Cassar, Yr 6.1
Din il-ġimgħa, it-tfal tal-ewwel sena kienu qegħdin jitkellmu dwar is-sillabi u kif ser jinqasmu biex jgħinuhom fil-qari. Huma għarfu li f’kull sillaba jkun hemm vokali waħda u l-ittri doppji qatt ma jistgħu ikunu fl-istess sillaba. Dan sar kollu b’eżerċizzju ħafif meta bl-imqass qasmu numru ta’ leħħiet li kienu għamlu huma stess.
Xogħol ta’ Ms Marilyn Buġeja, Għalliema tal-ewwel sena
K1.3 pupils of Ms Nagaat Bugeja were taken to the greengrocer shop next to the school to practice numeracy skills. They followed a simple and short shopping list to make a purchase whilst practising number recognition and value.
Pupils enjoyed making fruit kebabs with the purchased fruit.
Submitted by Ms Borg Vella, Assistant Head
Today Year 1 children participated in a school Maths trail.
Whilst learning numeracy, the students enjoyed the outdoors.
It’s always the right time to learn something new! Fixture no. 3️⃣ with the Mgarr squad! Bil-Qari u l-Kitba Niskorja!!!