All students showed great motivation, were very eager and it was evident that they were all prepared. As regards to communication and interaction with other students, there was a great improvement from their last presentation.
The aim of these presentation is that all students will enhance their self confidence and focus more on certain functional skills. Well done.
Our participation in the Dinja Wahda activities comprised of the topic of ants. We learned about ants and used a magnifying glass to get to identify these creatures. We also read a story about ants and learned that they are active creatures that cooperate with each other. In addition, we learned that it is not permissible to hurt these creatures no matter how small.
Students saw a power point and learnt about robins. Then, through various videos, they observed the robins and heard their song. Finally, students coloured in their own robins. You can observe the vibrant red/orange on each robin’s chest. The student’s cut the robin’s cut-outs and put it together with the teacher’s help.
AT our school, children’s day was celebrated by performing an activity where students were given the opportunity to express and share ideas what it means ‘Children’s Day ‘and how other children are suffering due to poverty. They expressed their feeling by drawings, quotes and exhibited a poem presentation
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
For World Children’s Day, Year 2 students watched a short video called Rights With Ruby And Jack. They then proceeded to compile a booklet with children’s rights. They illustrated the rights that they chose.
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!