BeeBots are used in the curriculum to help children start coding at an early age. Here are some photos of the activity that took place in K 1.1 and K 1.2:
Pupils in the class of Ms Jackie used bee-bots during a classroom activity. here are some photos:
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Vegetables are very healthy. In order to make the children aware of this, kindergarten students prepared vegetable soup (minestra) and then enjoyed eating it too.
Here are some photos of the event:
Library Week is now over, but the works that our students prepared lives on. The Exhibition is in the school’s foyer. All students from kindergarten up to year 6 participated.
In class 2.2 pupils also calculated the types of books/stories they preferred.
We all love books. They are everyone’s best companion during work as well as leisure. Several people love reading for pleasure and there are plenty of books about any subject in every language.
Today the whole school spent a few minutes celebrating World Book Day. We all gathered in the yard with our favourite book and we all spent some time reading.
During this session the Kindergarten pupils also gathered to celebrate this activity. They listened to the story of Blue Bear. The story was related to them by three year 5 students and their teacher Ms Michelle, who produced the big book.
Pizza is a very popular snack with children. The ingredients can be very healthy according to choice. Kindergarten 1 pupils shared the experience of pizza making with their teachers.
The poster was produced from recycled material by kindergarten 1 pupils and their teachers.
On Friday 28th February, all the students from kindergarten to year 6 dressed up and took part in the carnival dancing activities in the school hall. Each year group performed a dance. The class teachers took care of the choreography. The parent members of the school council helped in the organization of these activities.