Green Club

The green club students give a helping hand to embellish the Dinja Waħda notice. They also learn how to grow plants from seeds.

Dinja Waħda – Nuturing love towards nature…

As tradition has it, the school is once again embarking on Dinja Waħda projects. Once again we are aiming for gold… not for the sake of getting a gold award, but to make sure that our students grow into responsible citizens who are aware of the importance of preserving the environment. Above students can be […]

Vanishing Homes…

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 […]

A shore thing…

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.

Sea Chains…

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.

Updating the school notice boards…

Students actively participating in Dinja Waħda projects proudly presenting their work on the school notice board.

Dinja Waħda

The Yr 6.1 students of Ms Raisa worked on a Dinja Waħda project. During this activity the students did some research on line to find more facts about the Swallow Tail, a butterfly which is becoming a rare view in Malta due to the damage being done to the environment.

Dinja Waħda… F-ant-astic…

The Kindergarten students of Ms Felicia Borg embarked on their Dinja Waħda project… f-ANT-astic. Through this activity students learn about the different types of ants that live in the same “household” including the queen ant, the worker ants (who collect food for their nest) and the soldier ants, who are bigger in size than the workers and […]

Fieldwork at Buskett

The Kindergarten students went to Buskett for fieldwork related to Dinja Waħda activities. During their stay in this woods, the students participated in various projects. Students were asked to collect as many conifers as possible. The conifers were later sorted according to size being small, medium or large.  These conifers were used to create basic […]

Dinja Waħda – SOS Hedgehog

The Year 1 students of Ms Marilyn Bugeja have been learning about the importance of preserving the natural habitats of creatures that live in Malta. During one of the session the students got to know better the hedgehog. Knowing that the hedgehogs are decreasing in numbers for various reasons, including the destruction of their natural […]