Year 3D are participating in an eTwinning project entitled ReLiSh (Read, Listen, Share) where various countries are taking part during book week. In this instance we read a story in Maltese called ‘Ninu, il-Pustier’ by Doris Schembri and listened to the French story ‘Roule Galette’. Mr Kenneth Busuttil and Mr Kamel both interacted with the enthusiastic students during the session.
Children in Year 3 participated in an activity named “Future Classrooms” in which they themselves had to use the tablet, together with Lego cubes to make a moving robot. After doing so, the children used the tablet to code the robot. Each group worked on a different project and shared their work with their others. They enjoyed it a lot.
The school administration would like to thank Ms Jessica Muscat and Ms Doris Schembri for their dedication and enthusiasm towards motivating the students to complete their project. A big WELL DONE !
The year 6 class has participated in a technological project which was part of an entrepreneurship programme sponsored by the Education Department. The project was carried out in collaboration with MEDE and Easy Peasy company which has provided the tools and human resources for its implementation.The kids have been assigned a stand at the Robotics fair at the MFCC in Ta Qali where they presented their product and sold it. It was an excellent opportunity for the kids to acquire different skills in the technological sector. After sessions of brainstorming and research to choose the right product, the class decided that they would design keychains, magnets and mini robots. Finally they had an exhibition with their work at the MRO where they could sell their products and talk about their project.
The school administration would like to thank Ms Diana Salerno for her constant commitment towards the welfare of our students.
Attached herewith please find photos of the activity .
It was a real pleasure for us to be visited by staff and students from San Lawrenz Primary School, Gozo, During their visit the team of educators together with Mr Saviour Tabone (Head of School) were toured round the Mosque assisted by Ms Simone Palmier Arab who gave an interesting presentation about the value of fasting during the month of Ramadan. Then Mr Brian Vassallo (Assistant Head) gave an overview of the school and its functions. Later the whole group was provided with the opportunity to visit the classes and interact with students and teachers. They were later joined by Mr Kenneth Busuttil (HoS-MABS) who presented the Holy Qur’an (in Maltese) to Mr Tabone. Then, they visited Imam Muhammad ElSaadi’s office who greeted them heartily and expressed his wish for greater cooperation in the very near future. A big well doe to all for the excellent organization of the activity.
People from More or Less Theatre company visited our school and performed two shows for all the year groups. The first show was for the children in Years 1-3 and it was called “Il-Babaw”. Other children in Years 4-6 participated in a show which was all about Science.
The school administration would like to thank More or Less Theatre company for their performances which proved to be very professional and educational. Particular thanks go to Ms Jessica Muscat (Year 3 teacher) for her initiative. A big well done to all !
Below are photos taken during the event.
This afternoon I had the opportunity to attend an interesting Sign Language activity organised by our year 2 and year 6 classes.
Ms Maria Galea, a sign language specialist was invited and gave an interactive introduction of the Maltese sign Language to the students. Our students participated actively and by the end of the session students were were able to construct simple sentences using the method presented by the speaker. The school administration would like to thank Ms Galea for her excellent delivery. Particular thanks go to Mr David Tedesco (Year 2 teacher) together with the assistance of Ms Ms Diana Salerno (year 6 teacher) and Ms Souad Elghazzawi (Arabic teacher).
Below are some photos taken during the activity.
On Thursday 28th March Year 5 students from Mariam Albatool School participated in the TIMSS (Trends in International Mathematics and Science) test. They were awarded a certificate of participation for their effort. A big well done for our great year 5 students !
Below are photos taken during presentation of certificates.
In my class we use the ‘Project approach’ where the teacher observes the students and their play and then designs and plans activities that interest the students. During the last few weeks the children started to play pretend that they are police officers and thieves so I though of inviting a police officer to come and surprise the students in KG2R.
Today on the 1st of April children were playing police and thieves or as they like to say ‘police and bad guys’. All dressed up with hats and masks they were surprised by W PC25 Ms.Charleen Cilia who came in our KG2R class.
The children loved the idea of Ms.Cilia visiting us in class and listened attentively to what she had to say. The children shared with her what they already knew about the role of the police officer. She interacted affably with the children who were hooked listening to what she had to say.
Ms.Cilia mentioned the importance of safety and how as a police officer she has to ensure the well being of every citizen especially children who are very much at her heart. She explained that police officers are to see that everyone obeys the rules and that she wants the little students to help her out. She provided a badge to every student who promised her that they will be little police helpers. One of their first role to help out their job is to remember to sit at the back of the car with the seat belts on. Another small job for the little helpers is to remind their parents to never answer their mobile phones when driving. She showed the students a very simple way to remember the 112 and why and when to use it.
The police officer explained through real life examples what is stranger danger. She also showed the students videos showing different roles of her job. She played a youtube song and also some more videos.
Ms.Cilia also called a police sergeant who came in the school yard with a police motorbike and all the students had the opportunity to have a ride and listen to the serine. Ms.Cilia explained that police officers are friends to children and that if there is anything upsetting them they are to trust the police as they will always believe them. Ms.Cilia lleft some educational tokens which will be distributed to the children.
Ms.Cilia mentioned several times how well behaved the students were and that she will revisit us if the nature of the work permits it.
The school administration and myself would like to thank the police members who visited us this morning. We are sure that it was an experience never to be forgotten.
On Friday 29th March, the Student Council attended the launch of the report compiled by the Children’s Hub of the President’s Foundation for the Wellbeing of Society. The initiative is called ‘You matter no matter what’ and has given voice to many children around the Maltese islands.
Mariam Albatool School was awarded with a certificate of participation by Her Excellency The President MarieLouise Coleiro Preca and the Director General of the Foundation Dr Ruth Farrugia.
Our school is proud to have taken part in this initiative!
THANK YOU to all students and to Ms Debbie Atanasio for this excellent initiative.
Interview given by Mr Muhammad Elsadi and Mr Kenneth Busuttil about the Mosque and Mariam Albatool School
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