More than 193 countries celebrate Earth Day on 21st April holding various events to demonstrate support for the protection of the environment.
Last week, Ms Claire Agius was invited to join the Go Green Club of Mgarr Primary school in their manifestation. Below is a video edited by her kindself to help us raise awareness.
Today is #earthday ; in more than 193 countries, various events are held to demonstrate support for the protection of the environment. Last week I was invited to join the Go Green Club of Mgarr Primary school in their manifestation. Once again I congratulate these initiatives that require the support of the dedicated teachers and head of school.
The Green Club Members are on a mission to raise awareness about the harmful effects of single use plastic. Above is a clip of a song written purposely for this event by Ms Rodgers, assistant head, and Ms Joanne Galea, KGE.
The students went out in the streets of Mgarr to raise awareness about this issue.
Three Literacy Workshops were organised for parents of Yr 4, 5 and 6 students by Ms Anabelle Warrington, Literacy Support Teacher. The workshops were divided in 2 parts, one for parents only and the second part for parents and students who work together on writing tasks.
The school congratulates the 3 reading stars, Giuseppe D’Amico, Damien Grech and Rhianna Vasallo, who were awarded a certificate and voucher to purchase books by the National Literacy Agency for using their free time wisely reading books.
Wayne Camilleri, student fil-ħames sena, flimkien ma’ studenti oħra tal-ħames sena, ġie magħżul biex jitla’ għal esperjenza ta’ xalata ta’ kitba li saret Ruma permezz tal-Aġenzija tal-Literriżmu. It-tfal ġew magħżula fuq bażi ta’ riżultati miksuba fl-eżamijiet fil-qasam tal-kitba fil-lingwi. Nifirħu lil Wayne 🙂