📍Together #WePlayStrong @ Schools. Here you can find the first ever MFA Women’s Football newsletter. https://us16.campaign-archive.com/?u=b32ebf494ad74995729d0e3fa&id=ec9c96d555
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Well done to two of our students at Mgarr Primary School. Their drawing was made into a poster to make people aware that we have to keep our environment clean.
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Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Maths are being used by the Year 4.2 class to create comic strips on our Solar System for the eTwinning project with Greece, Iceland and Turkey. Ms Anabelle, Literacy Support Teacher helped our students to use illustrations and words to communicate ideas. Creative writing is fun. Well done to the […]
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Informative sessions about the EU to encourage students to be active citizens and preparing them to be responsible citizens.
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This week it was Anti-Bullying Week. To commemorate this, the students of Ms Lewis in Year 4.1 prepared a special assembly encouraging each individual to believe in themselves and know that they are WORTHY! The children thoroughly enjoyed preparing for this assembly and had an amazing time performing it in front of all their school […]
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Last Friday our girls started football sessions with Coach Ernest. Together #WePlayStrong SNC Mgarr Primary School
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Last week Year 1 children learned more about number value. They were given beans and blocks to make groups or towers showing the value of numbers from 1 to 10. They could clearly understand the meaning of value and easily understood the meaning of more and less.
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The children sifted the flour and used a rubbing in method to incorporate the butter, they grated the carrots which they added to the dough. They kneaded it and opened it up with a rolling pin, and cut shapes with cutters. These were baked in the oven.
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Today children revised the Maltese letters they learned so far. They matched real objects to their corresponding initial letter and sound.
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