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Year 6 students will be having a farewell ceremony on Thursday 21st of June 2018. We wish them all good luck as they will all be going to middle school next year.

Annual exams for years 4, 5 and 6 will start on Friday 22nd June. All the three year groups will be sitting for the Science exam on Friday 22nd June. For the rest of the exam schedule please follow the timetable above. Good luck to all students.

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

IOI – Kids Competition – Spot Marine Litter

A competition for kids is being organised by the Physical Oceanography Group within the Department of Geosciences at the University of Malta. Interested participants are to download a word search from the website: www.ioikids.net. After completing the game participants need to send a photo/ scanned copy of their work to pounit@gmail.com. Correct entries will compete in a ballot for Eur 40 voucher.

Kindergarten – Gymstars

Towards the end of April Kg 2.1 went to Gymstars for an hour full of games, exercises and fun.

Here are some photos of the event:

SuperTmatik – the Mathematics Challenge – Results

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Here are the results of the SuperTmatik Challenge:

 

The Happy Prince

On Monday 28th May 2018 year 1 students went to the President’s Kitchen Garden to watch a performance of Oscar Wilde’s The Happy Prince. This was an initiative of the Theatre In Education section. Here are some photos of the event:

Photos credit – Ms Oriel Camilleri

Nesploraw Flimkien it-Teżori tal-Baħar

On 21st May 2018 yr 3 and yr 4 students had an activity in the school hall. Together with the project Mascot, the students discussed the local fish stocks and depleting kinds of fish, sustainable fish consumption, and the role of each person in assisting the conservation efforts.

Here are some photos of the event:

Digital Literacy

On the 10th of May 2018, class yr 5.3 worked with the Digital Literacy Support Teacher and their class teacher using the Lego WEDO. They had plenty of hands-on activities, that included creativity & collaboration, creative thinking, and building robots. The venue was at the Future Classroom Floriana. Here are some photos of the event:

Kids Dig Science

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Dear parents, 

Saturday 26th May, 3 to 5 pm @Spazju Kreattiv promises to be a time of exploration, creativity and fun, for kids between the ages of 7 and 11. 

Our very last Kids Dig Science for the season and it’s all about acids and bases. Children get to learn about basic science principles through the arts, using their thinking skills and creativity to get to the bottom the problems that afflict our puppet friends. What will they get up to this time?
We’re expecting some over-the-top reactions!

Book your tickets here:
Best regards,
Abigail Galea
Science in the City team