Fruit Snack

The year 3.2 students were busy in the kitchen making healthy fruit snacks.

They enjoyed making a fruit salad, fruit kebabs, grapes and berries caterpillar and even an apple crab.  They all looked great and tasted delicious 😊

Submitted by Ms Sharon Calleja, Yr 3.2 Teacher

Full Speed Ahead before Closing the Scholastic Year…

Although the scholastic year is coming to an end, the Year 2 students of Ms Stephanie Azzopardi are still working full speed ahead to get the best of their journey. Above students can be see working together learning pronouns during Maltese, and building words using plastic alphabet letters.
During one of the school outings the students watched a play about believing in oneself. Following the play, the students made some craft related to the activity.Following a Social Studies lessons about typical Maltese food, the students prepared a Maltese Ftira with ‘kunserva’ (a tomato paste) and olives.

Above the students are working together by creating addition sums using number beads. They also explored what happens to numbers when using 10 more and 10 less or 1 more and 1 less.

Young chefs at work…

The K1.5 and K2.2 students joined forces for a cookery session. Students prepared rikotta pies make with dough and goats’ cheese filling. During this session the students learned about shapes and texture. They also enjoyed eating their pies.

Submitted by Ms Marija Zammit and Ms Janice Vella, KGEs

Pizza by our young chefs…

 The Kinder 1 students of Ms Nag and Ms Joanne enjoyed a cookery lesson in the school’s new kitchen. Students rolled out the dough and smeared tomato paste on the surface of the dough. They then added some sausages, olives and mozzarella. The pizzas turned out to be delicious. 

Apart from enhancing their fine motor skills, children learned about shapes and had time to socialise in a very entertaining way.

Cooking and Writing combined…


Last Wednesday the year 5.2 students of Ms Miranda and Ms Doreen, started the day by making their own special pizza. As one can see from the photos, students were creative enough their make faces with their pizza toppings. Children practice fractions when they cut their pizza into equal parts. Together, as a team, they cleaned the kitchen and afterwards they wrote up the recipe of their pizza.cook02