Carnival 2018 celebrations as Mgarr were once again a great way for students and teachers to have fun in a very informal manner. We would like to thank the parent helpers and members of the school council who ensured the smooth distribution of food to all students. Thanks to Ms Rodger for capturing memories of this day.
Well done to all the students who participated in the talent show.
Carnival 2017 was celebrated in style with the help of the School Council and parent helpers. This year, the show was animated and prepared by the parents. The parents prepared a dance which the students adored. Then every year group from kinder to year 6 had to dance to music according to the choreography prepared by parents. Finally all members of staff were invited to dance one final dance before closing the show with the Maltese Carnival Hymn, Viva Viva l-Karnival.
The school would like to thank the all the parent helpers and the School Council members for ensuring the success of such an event 🙂
It’s that time of the year when exams are over and our students can relax and enjoy the fun that carnival brings along. Carnival celebrations kicked off with a special assembly focusing on yet another science experiment held by the year 3.1 students of Ms Rosette.
After celebrating in class, the students, parents and all members of staff enjoyed a fantastic show put up by the parents helpers who animated and danced the song Ghosts Busters. The students also had the opportunity to watch their teachers performing another dance.
On days like these we truly show the team spirit that is fostered at our school which is shared among all shareholders. Well done to all for making this another memorable day for our students 🙂
The year 2.1 students of Ms Janice Vella Muscat prepared a special assembly for their schoolmates. The students sang and animated the song “Heal the World” by Michael Jackson. This song has also been sung in front of a group of elderly people during an event organised by LEAP.
Following the assembly, a number of students were presented with a certificate for having participated in a carnival competition. The winning art works were displayed on stage for all others to admire. Well done to all 🙂
On Friday 13th February the students, together with the parents and teachers, celebrated carnival at school. This was a well deserved event after a stressful week of exams. The year 3.1 students started off the day with a special assembly dedicated to Carnival.
The School Council, together with a number of parent helpers, organised a fun packed programme for the students and teachers. The kindergarten students had dance sessions. The primary students had the opportunity to enjoy watching parents competing against the school teachers in a number of games.
The celebrations reached their climax when the parents performed a fantastic dance, followed by a play written by Ms Janice Vella Muscat and performed by a good number of teachers, KGAs and LSAs.
This was another successful event for the school showing great teamwork among members of staff and parents.
Special thanks goes to all the members of the School Council and the parent helpers for ensuring the smooth running of this event 🙂
Carnival is that time of the year when students, parents and all members of staff have some time to wind down from the busy school routine. At Mgarr Primary School carnival brings a number of traditions. The main events for the day were the dance stunts prepared by the parents and teachers.
A presentation by year 5.2 students of Dr. Micallef kicked off the programme. This presentation gave a detailed explanation of the origins of carnival and traditions and food typical of this time of the year.
Following this presentation parents and teachers danced to the cheers of the audience. It was very entertaining seeing the team of parents entertaining the audience, followed by the team of teachers, KGAs and LSAs who took us back in time with their dancing.
Following these performances children were surprised by a slide show presentation diplaying photos of all members of staff of when they were still young. Students and parents enjoyed playing this game trying to guess who photos represented.
Finally the students had time to dance along to music and showing off a colourful display of costumes. Well done to everyone for making this event yet another success 😉