Next weekend Esplora, in collaboration with the Directorate for Digital Literacy and Transversal Skills within MEDE and Avantis, would like to invite Year 5 and Year 6 students (for scholastic year 2019-2020) for a series of Family Digital Quest weekends. Choose one day and join us for the first event which will take place on Saturday 27th July and on Sunday 28th July from 10:00 to 15:00. Students together with their family and friends will be enticed to select one of the themes and complete a quest using their LearnPads. An illusion-room family photo opportunity will also be available through the use of the LearnPad’s.
Choose one of the themes from Pirates, Unicorns, Gaming or Vlogging. Follow the Pirate Captain training course to learn important skills that every good pirate captain must have or help a family of unicorns overcome obstacles that lie between them and their new home. Use your gamer skills to solve a mystery or practice your vlogging skills to build your video channel.
Join us for some summer holiday fun and get a chance to meet ZED, the Esplora robot.
Limited places are available. Kindly note that for this event, the Esplora normal entry fees apply. For registration, click on the following
Today, Fr. Noel Vassallo, ex- parish priest of Attard, was invited to assembly this morning. After praying together, Ms Grixti, the head of school presented Fr. Noel with a ceramic icon of Holy Mary as a thank you gift. Here are photos of the event.
Last Friday Mr Miceli awarded certificates to students who participated in the Basketball Sessions held after school. Several students took part and were awarded a certificate. Four students were also awarded a special trophy and a year subscription for basketball as being the best players. Here are some photos of the event.
The sessions of Aqrali Storja are now completed. These sessions were carried out in Maltese by a special teacher sent from the Literacy Unit. Here are some photos of the last session that took place on the 12th of June 2019.
On Monday 17th June, the school celebrated the occasion of the First Holy Communion of year 2 students. They came to school wearing their special dress and their parents were invited for the Holy Mass followed by refreshments. The parish priest of Attard celebrated the Holy Mass.