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What’s on This Week

On Wednesday 22nd and Friday 24th March 2017 years 1, 2 & 3 classes will be having another  session of the Catch ’em Young series. These sessions are carried out by a visiting Health and Safety teacher and are an in class activity.

Flap - German

On Thursday 23rd March 2017 year 6 students will be having another lesson of the German language. The sessions will take place in class.

aquarium

On Thursday 23rd March yr 1 students will be visiting the Malta National Aquarium at St. Paul’s Bay, Qawra.

 For further information re school’s calendar of events please view Calendar.

Visit to Aquarium – Yr 1

Today, yr 1 students visited the Malta National Aquarium. They had a guided tour and then covered two very interesting activities, one creative as they had to draw their favourite fish, and the other was related to the environment. Here are some photos of the activity:

Lotsofsocks – 21st March – World Downs Syndrome Day

Today students, staff and parents wore socks of different colours to celebrate World Syndrome Day. Here are some photos taken during assembly this morning:

worlddownsyndromeday.org/lots-of-socks

Invitation to a concert – Fête de la Francophonie

The French Embassy is organizing a concert on the 8th of April at the Catholic Institute Triq San Publiju, Floriana
on the occasion of the Francophonie festival. The theater provides 800 seats.
Everybody is invited, children and parents, learning French or not, you’ll find at the bottom of this message a short description of the show, it’s very interactive and distracting,
Do not hesitate to share this event with your friends and family!
With best regards, 
 
ABAJI
Mediterranean!
 Abaji is a multi-instrumentalist, born in Lebanon, living in France and of an armenian-greek-turkish-syrian and lebanese extraction: The perfect Mediterranean Musician!
For Abaji, languages are like musical instruments and he sings in the 5 languages of his family: French, Arabic, Armenian, Turkish and Greek. 
He plays a greek bouzouki and a turkish mandolin (saz) and a black sea violin (kemenche) and a bamboo clarinet, and flutes and percussion and, most of all, a special instrument he invented as a missing link between the spanish guitar and the oriental lute: the oud-guitar. A link between the different shores of our Beloved Sea. 
Abaji composes and plays a World Music rooted in the Blues.

Commonwealth Celebration

Students at our school set up an exhibition for Commonwealth Celebration.

Here are some photos of the exhibition:

Student of the Month – February 2017

Open Day – Kindergarten

Today, parents of kindergarten pupils were invited to school for an open day.”Parents can look online and study a school’s brochure sent to them, but no matter how good those resources are, you can’t experience the atmosphere of the school remotely; you have to come in.” (Trevor Kernohan, the principal of Fulneck School in Leeds). This is what the parents of our kindergarten students experienced today:

  • they saw their children at work in class
  • they shared the class experience by doing hands on activities with the children
  • they talked to the class teacher

Here are some photos of the event:

Story Telling

This morning KG students experienced an in class activity of story telling. Parents were invited. Here are some photos of the event:

Road Safety Activity – KG 1

Members of the Local Enforcement System visited the school this morning to hold a session with kindergarten 1 students. Here are some photos of the event:

Student of the Month

Some students were absent during the certificate giving activities of the Student of the Month.

Here is a photo of the students missing in previous photos:

Students’ Names