Category: Year 6

Show and Tell

Students learn a number of literacy skills at school. Since the introduction of the Benchmark Exam, oracy has been given its importance, being recognised as one of the major skills required by students to enhance their literacy skills. A good method to enhance oracy skills is by giving students the opportunity to speak to an audience about […]

Traditional Games on St Martin’s Day

(The photos collage above was prepared by Ms Tiziana Borg, yr 6 teacher) This year Mgarr primary celebrated St Martin’s Day with a difference. The School Council, together with 12 parents helpers organised a Traditional Games Fun Day for all the school. A number of games were organised including Iż-żunżna ddur iddur, Ċuċċu Trejn, Il-Ġurdien […]

SEDQA sessions for Year 6

On Thursday 28th November 2013, the year 6 students had an interesting workshop held by SEDQA. During this session the animator talked to the children about various vices such as smoking, drugs and learning how  to say NO! They discussed the topic abuse and learnt how to make good use of the helpline 179. The students were given a workbook which they […]

NAPO visits year 6

The Occupational Health and Safety staff prepared an interesting workshop for our 6 students.  The official mascot of the campaign NAPO (as created by a European Agency for Safety and Health at Work) visited our school on 27th November 2013. During the visit, students were guided through a short film featuring NAPO and a poster exhibition targeting mainly […]

Dogs Trusts Class Visits

At Dogs Trust’s teachers have a passion for animal welfare and a natural tendency to educate others about animal welfare. Today, 19th November 2013, our students from year 1 to year 6 had a fun, exciting and educational workshop to help them to learn more about caring for dogs, responsible dog ownership and how to stay safe around dogs. The […]

Maths Workshops for year 6

Maths is an integral part of our daily routine. Sometimes students struggle with this subject. However, our teachers always do their best to present maths as a fun activity. The best way to learn maths is through hand-ons activities, where students learn by discovery. With the support of our Maths support teacher, a number of […]

L-Imperattiv fis-sitt sena…

L-edukaturi dejjem jisħqu fuq l-importanza tat-tgħallim fejn it-tfal mhux jisimgħu biss, iżda jmissu b’idejhom dwar dak li qed jitgħallmu. B’hekk l-esperjenza tkun aktar siewja u tibqa’ dejjem f’moħħ l-istudenti. L-għalliema tas-sitt sena ħarġet b’idea brillanti biex it-tfal jitgħallmu l-imperattiv. It-tfal sajru wraps u ħobż mixwi billi segwew istruzzjonijiet minn fuq karta li ġiet ippreparata għal […]

Special Assemblies

Morning assemblies are an important part of the daily schedule in every educational institution. This gives the students, teachers and senior management team time to communicate, pray and learn together. Every class will be preparing special assemblies throughout the scholastic year. So far we had three special assemblies. The first one was prepared by Ms […]

Animal Awareness Competition

The Year 6.1 students of Ms Tiziana Borg have embarked on an ambitious competition. The aim of the competition is to raise awareness against animal cruelty. The students have come up with very interesting artefacts. Well done to all participants. We wish you the best of luck, but most of all thank you for making […]

Skills Celebration Day (Jum iċ-Ċelebrazzjoni tal-Ħiliet) – 15/05/2013 – Year 6

Performance of Charlie and the Chocolate Factory by Year 6 students: The book Charlie and the Chocolate Factory was written by Roald Dahl and narrates the story of 5 lucky children who managed to find the “Golden Tickets” hidden in chocolate wrappers by the famous chocolatier Willy Wonka. This ticket gave them the unique opportunity […]