Model making using LEGO for creative writing

The Yr 2.2 students of Ms Stephanie prepared models using LEGO blocks for story starters. Their models were used to for creative writing.

Natalie Portelli visits our school

Natalie Portelli, a local authoress renowned for the books she writes for young children, visited our school. Students had a lot to learn from her. Submitted by Ms Stephanie Azzopardi, Yr 2.2

Graphs…

Learning graphs in a practical and hands-on manner using the Concrete, Practical, Pictorial approach and maths tool box. Submitted by Ms Stephanie Azzopardi, Yr 2.2 Class Teacher.

Back in time

The Year 2 students of Ms Stephanie Azzopardi visited Ta’ Ħaġrat temples for a hands-on learning experience. Apart from observing the stones and how the temple is built and geographical located, students debated on how the roof could have been built. Submitted by Ms Stephanie Azzopardi, Yr 2.2

Old MacDonald had a farm…

The Year 2 students visited a farm at Mġarr. During this visits students learned about sheep, goats and piglets too. They fed some lambs and also learned about how fresh milk is gathered from sheep and goats. The students interviewed the farmer to learn more about his work. The students also planted seeds and enjoyed […]

Fruit and Vegetables…

The Year 2 students visited fields at Dingli. Students observed different fruit, vegetables and leaves used to give flavour to our food. Submitted by Ms Stephanie Azzopardi, Yr 2.2  

What’s the time?

The Year 2 students of Ms Stephanie Azzopardi learned how to sequence events according to time and explain what activities take place at the hour and half hour. Children learned how to find the duration between one activity and the other (Sequence/ Technical/Precision).

Fieldwork at Buskett…

Children had a nature trail in the countryside and they could learn about the diversity of leaves, flowers, trees and bushes found in the Maltese landscape. Submitted by Ms Stephanie Azzopardi, Yr 2.2

Archaeologists Invade the School Garden

The Year 2 students of Ms Stephanie Azzopardi took the role of archaeologists and explored the school garden.

Fieldwork at Buskett

Learning outdoors is a very enriching experience for students. Not only do they learn about the environment, but they appreciate the importance of preserving nature, while learning literacy and numeracy. Submitted by Ms Janice Vella Muscat, Yr 2.1 Teacher