Paired Reading for parents of year 2 students
On Monday 5th December parents of yr 2 students are invited for a talk about Paired Reading. The talk starts at 9:00am and afterwards the year 2 students will be joining their parents for a Paired Reading activity.
Thursday 8th December is a public holiday. We wish our students and their families a day of relaxation as well as of enjoying doing things together with family members. Remember to aLlowes some time for reading as well !
Year 3 students to visit Santa’s Toy Town
On 9th December year 3 students will be visiting Santa’s Toy Town at Popeye Village.
For further information re school’s calendar of events please view Calendar.
Parents whose children were born between 1st January 2014 and 30th April 2014 are kindly asked to enroll their children as early as possible for Kindergarten 1 February 2017 intake.
The European Day of Languages has been celebrated every year on the 26th September since the year 2001, at the initiative of the Council of Europe, Strasbourg. At Attard Primary, we celebrate this special day during Assembly.
The following are some photos of the event showing year 1 students. They prepared an item about the English Language. A student representative whose parents are Nigerian and English speaking, spoke about herself in English. The rest of the children drew the English flag and held it up during the representation.
Yr 4 classes did projects about the Maltese National Poet, Dun Karm Psaila and presented their work during Assembly. Here are some photos of the event:
The annual Malta Book Festival will be held between the 9th and 13th November at the Mediterranean Conference Centre, Valletta. During this event, all of Malta’s publishers, authors, bookshops, and other entities related to books, showcase their material. This event is organised by the Kunsill Nazzjonali tal-ktieb. Futher information may be obtained by clicking on the image:
It is important for parents to obtain and activate their eID in order to be able to view their child’s results.
To do so click here or phone 21226628.
The European School Sport Day is a pan-European initiative with the main goal to promote physical activity on international level with the aim to involve as many children and young people, schools and organisations as possible. The idea was inspired by the Hungarian School Sport Day, an event which has been organised by the Hungarian School Sport Federation (HSSF) for the last 10 years. This is a day dedicated to promote physical activity, and to empower the “belonging to the school” experience for every participant.
The pictures below show the event which took place this morning at Attard Primary. All children from year 1 to year 6 were involved in these activities of sports and fun thanks to the planning and coordination of the PE teacher, Mr M. Scerri, as well as the cooperation of class teachers and LSAs.
This was an activity organised by the Maths Support Teacher. It involved year five children from three different schools who took part in a quiz and maths related sports activities. Here are some photos of the event:
The National Literacy Agency (NLA) is organising a Family Writing Activity as part of The Malta Writing programme (MWP). This is a unique opportunity for parents/caregivers to participate in an educational experience together with their children. DCM 102 – Information & Application Form DCM 102 – Informazzjoni u Applikazzjoni
On Wednesday 18th May, the students in KG 2.4 visited Ħaġar Qim. Apart from touring the sight the students spent also some time doing other activities such as creating the spiral. The spiral is a design that can be found on megalithic stones around Malta & Gozo, as well as in other ancient architectures around the world. It is believed that this design represents eternity and had significant meaning for the ancient Maltese people.
Here are some photos of the activity:
Yesterday, the Kindergarten 2 pupils visited the neolithic temples of Ħaġar Qim and Mnajdra. It was a wonderful experience as the pupils undertook several activities there. Besides walking around the temples, the pupils enjoyed doing activities such as clay models and cardboard models of the trilithon. The even was organised by Heritage Malta and B. Ed students, R. Brichni Dalli, J. Briffa and D. Vella.