Entrance and Dismissal Timetable
Please, view information on the poster below:
Heritage Malta will further enrich the visitor’s experience at the Ħal Saflieni Hypogeum by means of gift vouchers that will be given to all those who visit this site during December.
Visitors who are:
- Heritage Malta members will be given a €20 voucher;
- adult visitors will receive a €15 voucher;
- students and senior citizens will get a €10 voucher;
- children will be given a €5 voucher;
- visitors buying last minute tickets will be given a €15 voucher.
Vouchers may be redeemed until the end of March 2021 at all Heritage Malta gift shops at sites and museums. Vouchers cannot be redeemed at the Heritage Malta online shop.
Heritage Malta’s Chief Executive Officer, Noel Zammit, said that, “The Hypogeum only allows a small number of visitors every hour, with a maximum of eight tours every day. In normal circumstances one must book a visit weeks or even months in advance. Currently it is easier to visit and to take the opportunity to become better acquainted with this unique part of our heritage. Heritage Malta has therefore come up with the initiative to enhance accessibility to this site while increasing the value of the visit through gift vouchers for every visitor.”
During December the Ħal Saflieni Hypogeum will be open from Monday to Sunday from 9.00am till 5.00pm. All visits are conducted in strict adherence to Public Health regulations related to the Covid-19 pandemic.
Hypogeum tickets may be purchased from all Heritage Malta sites and museums or online from: https://booking.heritagemalta.org/
This annual celebration is observed every year on November 20 with the aim to improve the welfare of children all over the world. This day also promotes and celebrates children’s rights. At our school World Children’s day was celebrated in class with the following activities:
Year 2.4 decided to celebrate this day by singing We are the World
The activity in class Yr 1.3 was watching a video clip about World Children’s Day and then playing the online game This is Me.
Yr 2.2 created the following crafts for World Children’s Day:
Class Yr 2.3 made cutouts of their hands, then they coloured them and afterwards they stuck them together like branches on a tree.
In class Yr 3.1, the students went through the children’s rights:
Then they used colours and paper to create slogans of children’s rights:
Later, they celebrated the day by creating very delicious, mouth watering fruit kebabs:
Yr 4.1 students worked together on this:
Yr 4.2 created the following chart:
Year 5 students have been working on the following:
The following chart has been set up by yr 6.1 students:
In order to celebrate the feast of St. Martin, this year, the school will not be distributing the Borża ta’ San Martin. Instead, the students will be donating non-perishable items to those who are in need.
Here are some of the items;
Congratulations Luke Mercieca