Green Club members raking and watering potato plants and broad beans previously sown by Kindergarten children. Meantime some other kids were reaping the harvest from our bountiful fruit trees. This came as a surprising reward to our hard-working Green Clubbers! Submitted by Ms Rodgers, Assistant Head
The Green Club had a blast learning about papaya during one of their meetings. Ms Rodgers helped the students plant their own seeds and gave the students a taster of these healthy exotic fruit. We hope to grow these seedlings into healthy trees in the school garden.
The green club students give a helping hand to embellish the Dinja Waħda notice. They also learn how to grow plants from seeds.
The students forming part of the Green Club, run by Ms Rodgers, assistant head, are busy preparing for a clean up awareness campaign in the locality of Mgarr. Students are prepared bollards to pass on a message to the residents of Mgarr to keep their country tidy.
Green Club students, under the tutelage of Ms Rodgers, assistant head, came up with an interesting initiative held during Parents’ Day. The Green Club students sold smoothies and papaya seeds. Apart from promoting a healthy lifestyle, the students made use of the proceeds to purchase seeds and pots to nurture the school’ s front garden. […]
Students are exposed to a holistic education programme at school. Nothing beats placing seeds in a pot and watching them grow after providing them with an appropriate environment and caring for them. Ms Rodgers, assistant head in charge of the Green Club, enhances a love for nature among students in a very practical manner, while […]
The Green Club, coordinated by Ms Rodgers, assistant head, have been busy preparing material to be displayed on the school noticeboard. The students made research and learnt that trees are the lungs of our planet earth. This information is now available for all students to enjoy and to learn from.
Ms Rodgers, assistant head in charge of the Green Club, assigned an important task to the Green Club members. The members were asked to decorate the Green Club noticeboard using recycled material to help other students become more aware the environment. Through such activities students become more aware about the importance of preserving the environment […]
Ms Rodgers, assistant head and coordinator of the school’s green club, has been keeping our members busy. The Green Club students are responsible for updating and decorating the notice board, among other things. The Green Club have been busy growing an avocado nursery and taking care of the sunflowers which have been planted at […]