Fieldwork at Mdina

Year 5.2 students making memories during their fieldwork at Mdina. Special thanks to Ms Cora Calleja, complementary teacher, for saving the day in this emergency. This is what team work is all about 🙂

Glorious Citta’ Notabile (Mdina)

On Tuesday 22nd March 2016, the last day of school before the Easter holidays, the two Year 5 classes paid a visit to Malta’s old capital city, Mdina. While exploring this wonderful city, we mingled with the many tourists coming from various countries, some of which stopped to say hello or comment about the beauty […]

A Visit to the Old Capital

On Monday 30th March 2015, the eve of the Easter holidays, the two Year 5 classes paid a visit to Malta’s old capital city, Mdina. Apparently many other schools had the same idea as we encountered quite a few groups of students in Mdina and its surroundings, as well as a multitude of tourists. Yet […]

Mdina, Rabat and Mtarfa…

On the 19th November the Year 2 children went on a trip to Mdina. They visited the Natural History Museum situated in the Magisterial Palace where they saw a vast range of insects, wild animals and birds amongst others.  Their journey continued with a walk through the narrow streets of the silent city, stopping in […]

Mdina Fieldwork…

On Thursday 14th November 2013 the two Year 5 classes visited to Mdina to carry out a Social Studies fieldwork exercise valid for their half yearly exams. It was an enjoyable experience in this magnificent old city of Malta. The weather was kind enough to allow the pupils to perform their tasks while admiring their splendid […]