The Year 4 children went to Birgu Fest where they did a lot of activities and saw interesting places such as the Parish Church of St. Lawrence and the Inquisitor’s Palace. Submitted by Ms Angelique Attard, Yr 4.1
The Yr 5.2 students of Ms Melanie Sultana visited Birgu to learn more about this city. The students walked along the streets and the fortifications, while learning about historical and geographical facts.
On Friday 7th October, the year 4 classes together with the year 5 and year 6 classes went to the Historical village of Vittoriosa, better known as Birgu. They toured the characteristic narrow streets and identified a number of historical buildings and monuments. They also visited the Inquisitor’s Palace and the parish church dedicated to […]
On 19th February year 5 students had the opportunity to visit the historical city of Birgu. In doing so students could understand better an essential part of the topic entitled ‘L-Ibliet il-Qodma Maltin’ from the Social Studies Curriculum. Indeed by roaming around this magnificent city they understood better the significant importance of Birgu in the past and nowadays. Whilst […]
Malta offers many cultural treasures which one can visit and the old city of Birgu (Vittoriosa) is indeed one of them. The two Year 5 classes could well appreciate this last Thursday 19th February 2015 as they roamed the winding village streets, passed through old gateways and admired ancient buildings and monuments, breathing history at […]
On Friday 21st February 2014 the two Year 5 classes went to visit two important places in the south of Malta: the old city of Birgu and Marsaxlokk fishing village. In Birgu they toured the characteristic narrow streets and identified a number of historical buildings and monuments. They visited the Inquisitor’s Palace (where there was […]