Year 3 students of Ms Sharon Calleja learning Maths at San Anton Gardens.
Year 1 students enjoyed a fieldwork session in one of the gems of our beautiful locality. The day started off by walking to the Mgarr square for the Maths trail. A short break followed and children enjoyed some time at the swings. On the way to school they visited Ta’ Ħaġrat Temples and continued their maths trail.
Submitted by Ms Louise Cutajar, Class Teacher
A pleasant morning adorned with the spring sun, spent counting, calculating, measuring and discussing. A busy morning indeed!Making maths fun through hands-on!
Submitted by Ms Sharon D’Amico, Yr 6.2 Class Teacher
Today Year 1 children participated in a school Maths trail.
They went round the school to count steps, find shapes, count fire extinguishers, observe height of trees and objects, and order numbers amongst other activities.
Whilst learning numeracy, the students enjoyed the outdoors.
This activity provided for a meaningful hands-on experience.
Submitted by Ms Marilyn Bugeja, Yr 1.1 Class Teacher
A Maths trail around the school were different concepts were tackled such as odd and even, pattern, counting and estimation.
Submitted by Ms Janice Vella Muscat, Yr 2.1 Class Teacher
The year 4 classes went for a Maths trail at San Anton garden. Students had fun doing Maths concepts outside the classroom. Students were encouraged and motivated to investigate problem-solving situations. They also had the opportunity to discover Maths application in the real world.
Due to the fact that students were very well behaved they were given an orange each. It was really juicy and tasted very good. Even teachers enjoyed the activity to the full!!
Submitted by Ms Mathea Mompalao, Teacher
The Year 2.1 students of Ms Lilian Schembri had a great day at Ta’ Qali. Following a number of maths related activities outside of the classroom environment, which was prepared in collaboration with the Maths support teacher, the students had time to relax at the National Park.