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 […]
The school has achieved the Gold Award for participation in Dinja Wahda projects. Ms Rodgers, together with the teachers and students, had worked hard to ensure another successful participation in this early project to promote a better world for our students.
The Kinder 1 students of Ms Josianne 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.
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.
Some of the Green Club students preparing posters to be hung on the Dinja Waħda notice board to pass on a message to all students about the importance of taking care of trees, the lungs of our planet Earth.
The school has been awarded the Gold Award for participating in Dinja Waħda projects. Since the school was awarded the Gold Award for 3 consecutive years, the school has also achieved the Blue Flag Award. Well done to all the students and teachers for giving their 100%. Special thanks goes to Ms Rodgers, Assistant Head […]
The school is working in full force on Dinja Waħda projects. Ms Rodgers, assistant head and co-ordinator of the Dinja Waħda project, encourages students to work hard in promoting these initiatives. Students willingly participate in decorating the school notice board.
Ms Rodgers, assistant head in charge of the Green Club, assigned an important task to the Green Club members. The members were asked to decorate the Green Club noticeboard using recycled material to help other students become more aware the environment. Through such activities students become more aware about the importance of preserving the environment […]
Once again our school has embarked on Dinja Waħda. This year the school is aiming for another Gold Award and for the Blue Flag, which is awarded to schools who manage to achieve Gold Award consecutively over 3 years. The project is coordinated by Ms Rodgers, assistant head. In these photos we see the students […]
The Kindergarten students of Ms Sarah Bonello have been learning many interesting facts about ants during their Dinja Waħda project… f-ANT-astic. Through this activity students learnt about the life of an ant and how the ants live together, each doing their job to protect their nest 🙂