We hope you had a well-deserved break. Let’s hope for a better year ahead. As you may be already aware, school will resume online on Friday 7th January. School will re-open physically on Monday 10th January. All the respective teachers and LSEs have been informed and you will receive an invite on MS Teams for your child/ren to follow the lessons from home. All students are expected to follow these online lessons according to their time-table, and attendance will be taken. We look forward to welcoming your children back to school in a safe environment. Therefore, we remind you not to send your child/ren to school if he/she is sick. Also, it is important to send a medical certificate that states when your child is fit to attend school, in case he/she is sick, even after an absence of one day. No medical certificate is needed to start school following the winter break. Thank you for your cooperation, and kindly follow all Covid-19 procedures.
Best wishes to you and your families for the new year 2022.
Class: Year 4 World Children’s day activity For this year’s World Children’s Day activity we have decided to create and design a big chart, showing lots of di fferent children from all around the world. The children in class coloured in these small templates of children, cut them and stuck them next to one another around the world which was in the shape of a heart. The templates of children that they stuck included ones coming from Mexico and other places around the world, therefore, highlighting the di fferent races and nationalities that exist. Together we can make the world a better place 🙂 Class teacher: Ms. Jessica LSE’s: Ms. Charmaine and Ms. Elaine
Once again, Mariam Albatool School has been presented with the Silver Award in the Book Champions Schools Awards organised by the National Literacy Agency within the Ministry of Education and Employment. The event was a whole school effort encouraging children to inculcate the love for books and of reading. The school administration would like to thank all educators participating in the event. Particular thanks go to Ms Doris Schembri and Ms Jessica Muscat for compiling and coordinating the project. A big well done to all!
Tkompli l- hidma: Pjan ta’ Azzjoni favur il Fehim mill-qari. Introduzzjoni tal-lezzjoni billi t-tfal gew murija kaxxa u jippruvaw jaqtghu x’hemm fiha skont il-hoss tac-cekcik. Wara inghaqdu fi gruppi biex jirrectaw dwar holma li kellhom.Mill-qari tas-silta, l-istudenti kienu mharrga f’vokabularju gdid u fehim mill-qari. Grazzi lil Ms Jessica Muscat u lil Ms Christine Refalo tax- xoghol taghhom.
Understanding time is an important skill to learn and apply in our daily lives. Once you’ve learned how to read a clock, you can put your skills to good use. This is what I observed in Ms Jessica’s class as she used a variety of resources to boost ‘clock skills’ during one of her Maths lessons in year 6D class. Thank you Ms Jessica and Ms Christine (LSE) for the excellent job !
I have always stressed the importance of reading with the children in my
class. In fact, we have our own class library and the children
themselves change the book on a weekly basis. One of my students in
class decided to write a book himself, after we did a Comprehension
which was about fantasy land. Omar Khaled wrote six chapters on his
own. The book is about two detectives in a magic land. Moreover, he
even wrote the blurb of the book and the characters. Well done Omar!