Month: May 2019

Measuring using blocks

Today children went out in the garden to measure different items using blocks. They counted the number of blocks and recorded their findings in the Maths Journals. Submitted by Ms Marilyn Bugeja, Yr 1.1

Nature Reserve

As part of the Social Studies and Dinja Waħda activities, the year 3.1 students visited the Għadira Nature Reserve.  There they learned many interesting facts about food chains, plants, birds and other creatures.  The students also went for a walk around the reserve and they could see the trees, plants and some of the creatures […]

Teach Inspire Protect… Erasmus+ Multiplier Event

23rd May marked a very important day for our school during which Erasmus+ TIP (Teach Inspire Protect Project) was shared with early childhood educators and the local community. The participation of both educators and parents was very encouraging. This multiplier event aimed to inform educators of how the emergent curriculum is being implemented at our […]

Clean-Up Campaign

Green Club students giving a helping hand to clean up the school garden from unwanted debris that unfortunately finds it way in the school garden… Well done kiddos for helping us keep the school clean 🙂

Gardening…

Green Club students worked full speed ahead to maintain the school garden prior to the Erasmus+ TIP (Teach Inspire Protect) multiplier event.

Fasten your seatbelt…

The K1.3 students visited the airport with their KE and parents to reinforce the learning experiences based on the topic “Aeroplanes” as part of their emergent curriculum. The students visited the viewing gallery and observation deck. Submitted by Ms Nagaat Bugeja

Young explorers

After reading the story The Very Hungry Caterpillar, children had the opportunity to go in the school garden to look for different insects. They enjoyed exploring and observing their surroundings using magnifying glasses. Submitted by Ms Louise Cutajar, Yr 1.2

Measuring using non-standard units

These photos were taken during a maths lesson. The children were asked to find and measure different objects found outside, using blocks as non standard units. Submitted by Ms Louise Cutajar, Yr 1.2

Making Milkshakes

Children are seen preparing a healthy milkshake. They used fresh seasonal fruit and milk. Submitted by Ms Louise Cutajar, Yr 1.2