Monthly Archive for January, 2015

End of the Month Celebration with a Difference

The month of January is finally over! This year January was colder than usual and at school, even though the arches are now closed, the air is quite chilly at times.  We have to sit down for lessons for most of the day and this doesn’t help us to get warm.  On most days we even could not use the school yard because of the rain! This made matters even worse!  Some members of Staff suggested to have a Hot Chocolate Day at school. It would be nice to see everybody warming his hands by clutching a mug full of steaming hot melted goodness! Then it was also decided to have cup cakes as well!  Some teachers offered to bake the cup cakes in our own food lab and this activity soon turned into an educational experience for our learners.  In no time our food lab became a mini-factory where hundreds of cup cakes were being baked and decorated by our little chefs!  Then it was time to have all their colleagues join in…and in no time…every little crumb was gone!  Well done to the members of Staff who volunteered to help in this activity and a big thank you to the members of Staff who offered to fork out the expenses.

Half Yearly Exams are fast Approaching

All school children should know really well that studying is important because it will help them in their future life. They should know that it helps them in every step in life and from it depends what they wish to do in the future. At school we stress the importance of studying a bit every day so that we avoid the rush of having to study a lot and maybe memorize things just before the exams.

Here you can find the timetable for the forthcoming Half Yearly Exams – February 2015 …. study and try your very best!

Half Yearly Exams 2015

Year 4 and 5

Year 6

Friday 6th February

Religion

Monday 9th February

Maltese
Religion

Maltese

Tuesday 10th February

Feast of Saint Paul – No School

Wednesday 11th February

English
Maltese and English Listening

English

Thursday 12th February

Maths
Social Studies

Maths
Social Studies

Ċaqlaq – get moving in a fun way!

On the 5th December 2014 the Ċaqlaq team animated a fun and educational program for parents and guardians.  We would like to show gratitude to all those who attended and the Ċaqlaq team that made this event possible.

Help us show support to this worthy initiative! Caqlaq is a non-profit educational awareness campaign that as toured over 45 primary schools across Malta & Gozo! This young motivated team is driven to spread the message to our youth about how to live a healthy and balanced lifestyle! Show you support by liking and sharing their page: https://www.facebook.com/caqlaq

A Bring-in Site Model

In order to keep himself busy during the Christmas holidays, one of our pupils in Year 5, Dayle Mamo, decided to built a model of a bring-in site.  He used recycled cardboard and other recycable materials and managed to reproduce a very realistic interpretation of a bring-in site.  During one of our assemblies Dayle presented the model to the school and briefly explained how he went about his project.  He also reminded everybody how to make proper use of the bring-in site. Now the model is taking pride of place on one of our display tables in the school corridor.

Well done Dayle! Keep it up!


Our New School Council

The new School Council which came into effect as from Friday 23rd January 2015 is made up of these members:

School Council President Ms. Davina Sammut Hili
Secretary/Treasurer Mr. Stephen Miceli
Teachers’ Representatives Ms. Anna Borg
Ms. Maria Cauchi
Ms. Theresa Muscat
Parents’ Representatives Ms. Daniela Camilleri
Ms. Marlene Miceli
Ms. Lucienne Piscopo
Co-Opted Member Ms. Christine Cachia Enriquez

This Council stays into office till the end of December 2016.  The first meeting is scheduled for Monday 2nd February 2015. We take this opportunity to heartily thank the teachers and parents who formed part of the previous School Council. Let us all work together to make our school a wonderful place for all our children to be safe, happy and learn in a more enjoyable environment.