Sessions of Klabb Naħla and Klabb Naħla – Malti għall-Barranin will be held every day from Monday 20th to Friday 24th May, starting at 7:15 am.
On Monday 20th May Yrs 2.1 and 2.2 will be having a session of Aqrali Storja.
On Tuesday 21st May Kindergarten 2 and Yrs 5.2 and 5.3 will be having their session of Seħer l-Istejjer and Għidli Storja.
All sessions will be held in class.
Year 4 students will be having an ERA Activity in class on Monday 20th May.
Year 5 students will be going to Mdina to carry out Fieldwork related to Social Studies. The activity will take place on Monday 20th May.
There will be basketball sessions after school for the students who applied on Monday 20th and Wednesday 22nd May.
On Tuesday 21st May Kindergarten classes K1.1,1.2,1.3,1.4 and 1.7 will be visiting Mediterraneo.
Storytelling for 0 to 3-year-olds will be held in the school library on Tuesday 21st May at 4 pm. The session will take an hour.
KMs Jackie’s Kindergarten class will be going on an outing organised by Heritage Malta on Tuesday 22nd May.
On the 24th of May, all yr 6 students will be sitting for the End of Primary Benchmark Examinations in Mathematics. Below is the timetable:
Kindergarten 2, class of Ms Josianne will be visiting San Anton Gardens on Friday 24th May.
As part of the Theatre in Education programme yr. 1 students will be visiting San Anton Gardens to watch the play The Happy Prince.
The 10th Session of Football Stars will take place on Friday 24th May between the hours of 13:30 and 15:30.
For further information re the school’s calendar of events please view Calendar.
On the 13th May 2019, students had no school because teachers were involved in the School Development Programme session. During this session, teachers were given a programme that they had to follow:
Afterwards, they were addressed by the Head of School and the Senior Management Team about subjects that need to be addressed to improve the school’s ethos:
Mr Deguara, assistant head, delivered a lecture on the results obtained from the questionnaires answered by parents and staff:
Afterwards the teachers were divided into groups to work on particular topics such as discipline, and resources for effective teaching and learning:
Following lunch in the hall, discussions in groups resumed. This time the staff disucussed communication between the school and stakeholders. A plenary session followed until 14:30 hrs.
Krista Tedesco, a student in yr 5.1, has been selected as one of the Reading Stars. This morning during assembly she read an essay about an experience she had in Rome with the other Reading Stars from Malta.
Babies are born with a natural tendency to develop language and communicative abilities. Babies can hear sounds before they are born. This is a major asset for developing literacy skills and it is very important that parents and guardians be aware of how to communicate with the babies and what books are suitable for storytelling. In order to help parents/guardians be aware of these facts, the National Literacy Agency will be organising a series of talks for would-be parents. The talks will be held at the Parentcraft Section, Mater Dei Hospital according to the following schedules:
For further information and in order to apply for the talks please phone 2598 2999 or send an email to email@example.com.
On Tuesday 30th April the school organised a Kid’s Fest. The students at all levels went through very exciting events on the day as the school invited experts in music, dance and face-painting to perform and involve the kids in performance too. Here are some photos:
Mr Bugeja, the music teacher, encourages the students who play a musical instrument to play it during the music lesson. The students are also expected to talk about the musical instrument in front of their classmates. Here are some photos of such events: