On Monday 26th February 2018 KG 2 students will be having a Kreattiv session at school. Then on Friday 2nd March, they will be going to Mosta for another session of this project.
On Monday 26th February, year 6 students and their parents are invited for an orientation visit at Rabat Middle School.
Yr 4 students will visit the bird park on Monday 26th February 2018.
Yrs 5 and 6 will have a drama session on Wednesday 28th February. This will take place in the school hall.
The annual book fair will take place on 1st and 2nd March to coincide with the Kindergarten open days and the parents’ day. Both parents and students are encouraged to purchase books.
Parents of Kindergarten are invited as on the poster above. May we remind parents to keep to the times indicated by the kindergarten teachers.
On Friday 2nd March parents of yrs 1 to 6 students are invited to talk to the teacher about their children’s progress. May we remind all parents to keep to the times indicated by the teachers.
For further information re school’s calendar of events please view Calendar.
Ingrid Camilleri Falzon won the first prize in the Christmas Card Competition organised by the Attard Local Council.
Today Yrs 3 & 4 had a drama session with specialised teachers of drama. Here are some photos of the event:
Parents whose children would like to follow their studies at the Malta Visual & Performing Arts School please read the following letter:
Yr 1.3 students have had the experience of crib making owing to the dedication of their teacher and LSA. Here are the pictures of their cribs:
Last Monday 4th December 2017, Mr Preca visited the school for the STRINA Campaign. Here are some photos of the event:
Mr Preca was greeted by the Student Council
Meeting the Kg 2 students
Mr Preca visiting KG1 classes
Mr Preca viewing the Crib Exhibition
Activity in the School Hall
Signing the Visitor’s Book
Today the school invited parents of Kindergarten 1 students for a talk about pre-reading and pre-writing skills. The talk was delivered by Ms Eleanor Vella, Head of Department – Literacy at the Education Division. Below are photos of the event:
The Orff method is a way of teaching children about music that engages their mind and body through a mixture of singing, dancing, acting and the use of percussion instruments. It can also be referred to as Orff-Schulwerk, Orff approach or “Music for Children”. Lessons are presented with an element of play, which helps the children learn at their own level of understanding. Here are photos of a year 2 class using percussion instruments to learn music notes under the direction of Mr Andrew Bugeja, music teacher.