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What’s on this week

On Monday 19th November year 4 students will be having a session on the use of media. Topics discussed will include how to evaluate different aspects of the media. These sessions will be held in the school hall and are part of the PSCD lessons. Ms Christine Gauci, EO (Media) will be delivering the sessions which will take place as follows:

  • Yr 4.1 at 8:45 am
  • Yr 4.2 at 9:45 am

On Monday 19th November year 1 students will be visiting Buskett as part of their curriculum integrating socializing, play, physical education, observation of wildlife, plants and the countryside. It is important that students wear their tracksuit and running shoes and that they also have a rain jacket. As this event will take place in the morning besides their lunchbox and water students needs to bring along their school bag as well as lessons will carry on in the afternoon.

On Monday 19th November at 1:00 pm year 5.3 and year 6.1 students will have a session of basketball awareness, prior to the initiation of the Basketball Lessons.

On Monday 19th November at 2:30 pm those students who have applied for the sessions will be having their second Basketball Lesson.

On Monday 19th November there will be a session of storytelling for 0 to 3-year-olds in the school Library. The session will start at 4:15 pm.

On Tuesday 20th November year 4 students will be having child safety sessions with Ms Carmen Bonanno, the child safety teacher. The sessions will be held in class.

On Tuesday 20th November KG 2 students will be having a session of Seħer l-Istejjer as follows:

  • 9:00 am KG 2.2
  • 10:30 am KG 2.3

Both sessions will be held in class. Other sessions will follow in other KG 2 classes on different dates.

On Wednesday 21st November at 1:00 pm the school council will be meeting at the Head’s Office.

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On Thursday 22nd November year 5 students will be visiting Marsaxlokk fishing village as part of their Social Studies Fieldwork.

Also on Thursday 22nd November year 6 students will be visiting the Aquarium at Qawra. Besides discovering the wonders of the sea, students will also be taking part in a workshop designed for their age group under the supervision of their teachers as well as educators from the aquarium personnel.

On Friday 23rd November year 6 students will be having a session of FLAP in the French language. These sessions will be held in class.

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

Heritage Malta Event for Adults – Lemuria – Pagans, Deaths and Spirits

An animated tour around parts of the St Paul’s Catacombs that will shed some light on the Romans’ belief towards death & evil spirits.

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Lemuria – Pagans, Deaths and Spirits
On Saturday 17th November at St Paul’s Catacombs

An animated tour around parts of the St Paul’s Catacombs that will shed some light on the Romans’ belief towards death, evil spirits and how to get rid of them. The event will also see the participation of Malta Paranormal, whom you will be able to join on their search for paranormal activities.

Roman snacks and nibbles will be served after the tours.

Please note that two performances will take place: at 19:00 and at 20:00hrs.

TICKETS are available at €20 per person, HM members at €15. Tickets available from all Heritage Malta museums and site, & ONLINE (https://shop.heritagemalta.org/index.asp) .

Please note that tickets are available on a first come, first served basis.

Visitors are advised to wear comfortable clothing and, if possible, to bring along a torch.

THIS EVENT IS NOT SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN. Participants must be 16 years and over.

Heritage Malta Event – Sibt ma’ Temi for World Children’s Day

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Saturday 17th November

What was Temi Zammit’s role in the excavation of the Hypogeum and the Tarxien Temples? Spend a Saturday with him while helping him make sense of some of his notes!

During the first part of the activity, children will watch the Hypogeum audiovisual show (admission to the site itself NOT included). Here they will learn about the several artefacts found inside the visitor centre. During this part of the event, parents & guardians will wait for their children in the reception area. Afterwards, the group will, together with an HM staff member, walk to the Tarxien Temples together. At the Tarxien Temples children will participate in another activity prepared for them. Adults are expected to accompany their children during this activity.

Meeting time & place: 09:30 am at the Hypogeum in Rahal Gdid (the event will end at circa 1.00pm, at the Tarxien Temples).

TICKETS for ONE child and ONE accompanying adult cost €10 each and are available from all Heritage Malta museums & sites.

Tickets available on a first come first served basis.

For further details please call on 21695578

or send an email to vanessa.ciantar@gov.mt.

Dinja Waħda Awards

As previous years our school has this year also won the Gold Award during the Dinja Waħda Awards. This achievement is awarded to those schools whose staff and pupils show respect to the environment. The Dinja waħda programme of activities offers opportunities to staff and pupils to learn about nature, habitats and the environment and about our interaction with the environment. Some activities are school-based and are also linked to other subjects in the curriculum, others involve visits to places of natural interest such as the Nature Reserves at Is-Simar and Mellieħa. 

The awards event this year took place it the President’s Palace in Valletta. Here are some photos of the event:


Integration Courses for Adults

All persons of migrant background may avail of courses to facilitate integration into Maltese
society. Here Is some information interested persons may require:

Sausage Mummies

Last Tuesday Kg class pupils of Ms Vanessa made sausage mummies under the supervision of their teacher and LSEs. Here are some photos: