Tag: christmas

Gearing up for Christmas

While learning vocabulary related to this time of the year, the students of Yr 2.2 prepared a live crib and enjoyed a number of activities related to Christmas. Submitted by Ms Stephanie Azzopardi

It’s that time of the year again…

December – an important month for us Christians… It reminds of the birth of Our Lord Jesus Christ. During this month we remember the hardships Mary and Joseph had to face and the poor circumstances in which the Lord chose to be born. It is a time of reflection about the important things in life […]

Christmas 2013

The photos above show the students preparing for the Christmas concert during the dress rehearsal and the students, together with their teachers, LSAs and school council parents during the Christmas party dance 🙂

Christmas Greetings

The staff at St Nicholas College, Mgarr Primary would like to wish the students, parents and all their loved ones a very happy Christmas and a peaceful new year Kindly note that school will resume on Tuesday 7th January 2014 at 08:30hrs.

Christmas Maths Workshop for Year 1

On 12th December 2013 they year 1 students of Ms Marilyn (yr 1.1 teacher) and Ms Louise (yr 1.2 teacher) had fanstastic maths workshops which were organised with the help of the maths support teacher, Ms Joanne Vella. Organising such maths workshops required a lot of preparation and co-ordination between the class teachers and the maths support teacher. […]

Christmas Card and Crib Competition

More cards and cribs were submitted for the competition being organised by the school council. Below is a short video of cards and cribs submitted. Good luck to all. Results will be announced during the Christmas concert being held at school on 19th December 2013.  

Christmas Card Competition

The year 6.1 students of Ms Tiziana Borg have been busy preparing Christmas cards which they have submitted for the Christmas Card Competition being organised at school by the school council members. Good luck to all participants. Winners will be announced during the Christmas concert 😉