On Monday 18th November, parents of year 4 students have the opportunity to visit the school for a classroom activity with the use of learnpads (tablets). Afterwards, they will be invited for a talk by the Education Officer for PSCD
A meeting for parents of year 3 students with the PSCD teachers will be held in the afternoon at 1 pm in the school hall on Monday 18th November.
On Monday 18th and Tuesday 19th November, there will be classes for adults from 5 pm till 8 pm at Attard Primary School.
Storytelling sessions for 0 to 3-year-olds will continue on Monday 18th and Tuesday 19th November. These sessions are held in the school library from 4 pm to 5 pm.
On Tuesday 19th and Wednesday 20th November, there will be basketball sessions which will start immediately after school hours.
On Thursday 21st November Yr 6 students will be having another session of FLAP. The session will be held in class.
On Friday 22nd November students in years 1 to 6 will be dismissed from school at 11 am because of the parents’ afternoon which will be held from 3 pm onwards. Parents are to attend according to the time schedule indicated by the teachers.
Kindergarten students will remain at school till 2:30 pm.
For Calendar of events of the Frist Term please go to Parents’ Page.
Today the school celebrated the European Day of Languages. Yr 6 students participated in the event; they acted a playlet where they used the words ‘good morning’ in the different languages. The students have already been exposed to German through the FLAP (Foreign Language Awareness Programme). They will also be having an introduction to the French Language in the coming term.
Yesterday year 1 students went to Popeye Village. The outing was related to games and play. Play is essential for a child’s emotional, social and physical development. Through play children work out who they are and how the world around them works: Play helps children to develop confidence and self-esteem. Here are some photos of the event:
Today all the teaching staff from Kindergarten to Primary attended a professional development meeting as part of the CoPE Session. The event took place in the school hall and the speakers and programme coordinators were Ms Annabelle Warrington and Ms Kate Barron. We discussed the power of storytelling as our school will be participating in the programme: Storytelling Schools. It was a session where the teachers become learners and we all took part in the activities that later on we will be doing with our students. Here are some photos of the event:
Last Friday the school celebrated the European Day of Sports. This is an initiative by the European Union to invite students to do physical exercise in order to avoid obesity, diabetes, and other related conditions. Here are some photos of the event: