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Today, our school was visited by Mr Stephen Cachia (Director General) and Ms Jane Farrugia Buhagiar (EO Migrant Learning). The Head of School, Mr Kenneth Busuttil welcomed the visitors in his office and together with the SMT discussed a number of important issues concerning the school and its future development.
Later, the visitors were toured around the classrooms where they heaped praise at the high level of organisation and conducive learning environment of the school. They also praised the efforts of teachers and learning suppoort educators and urged them to keep up the excellent job.
Later they visited our migrant class and commented positively on the effective incluision of migrant learners. Mr Cachia and Ms Farrugia Buhagiar thanked the school administration for their sustained efforts towards high quality teaching and learning. They also iterated their support and commitment towards future collaboration.
The school administration would like to thank Mr Cachia and Ms Farrugia Buhagiar for their visit and for pledging extended support and copperation.
As part of the Culture Pass Scheme, a story animator from “Curious and Courageous- Lingnin Stories” produced a performance for years 1, 2 and 3 at our school. These activity sessions encourage reading and promote language and creative thinking.
The story was about the stone statue which in the story wakes up during the night. This statue dates back from the Neolithic period in Malta and it was found in the Hal Saflieni hypogeum. It symbolises the eternal sleep. It is now found in the National Archeology museum in Valletta. With the culture card given to your child last year they can visit it for free. This visit might come in handy for future history lessons your child might be having. Below is a link about this statue. You should ask them about this story…..
The school administration would like to thank all those involved in the activity.
Indian Paper Art at Mariam Albatool School
Yesterday at Mariam Albatool School a talented Indian artist by the name of Mr Ram has visitied Mariam Albatool School to deliver a performance in paper art making. Paper craft is the collection of art forms employing paper or card as the primary artistic medium for the creation of one, two or three-dimensional objects. Paper and card stock are the most widely used material in arts and crafts. He constructed a number of beautiful crafts which delighted the children who were enthusiatic to participate along with the artist. Mr Ram will be at Mariam Albatool School today to share his talents again with the parents attending Parents’ Day. A big well done to Mr Ram and the students!
Mawra fejn tfal taghna tal-Year 2 ltaqghu ma’ tfal ohrajn tal-iskola Primarja ta’ San Lawrenz, Ghawdex.
Esperjenza unika u mill-isbah fejn ghat-tfal ma tezisti l-ebda tip ta’ barriera. Bl-innocenza u bit-tbissima taghhom, it-tfal jghallmuna hafna. Prosit tassew! Bravi hafna!
Grazzi lis-Sur Saviour Tabone, il-kap tal-iskola, u l-istaff kollu tal-iskola tal-istedina u l-ospitalita’ taghhom.
Visit by French Ambassador for Malta, Her Excellency Brigette Curmi at Mariam Albatool School.
Today staff and students were honoured by a visit from Her Excellency, Ms Brigitte Curmi – the French Amabassador for Malta. During her visit she was also accompanied by His Excellency the Libyan Ambassador for Malta, Mr Saadun Suayeh together with other distinguished guests.
Ms Curmi was later toured around the school accompanied by Imam Muhammad El Sadi, Dr Mohammed Kablan, Mr Kenneth Busuttil, Mr Brian Vassallo and Ms Deborah Atanasio.
During her visit Ms Curmi expressed her pleasure at being surrounded by such an enthusiastic group of educators and students. She also expressed her sincere gratitude at the warm reception organised by Imam Muhammad El Sadi -Director of the school. Ms Curmi iterated her support to the school and expressed her desire for further collaboration in the near future.
The school administration would like to thank Ms Curmi, Mr Suayeh and the other distinguished guests for visiting Mariam Albatool School.
For the Pink Day at school, the Year 6J class came up with the idea of making milkshakes in class. The children put the milk, yoghurt and some banana in a container and used the blender to mix everything together. They topped up the milkshake with some whipped cream and flying saucers. Paper cups and straws were used so as to minimize the use of plastic.
The European Sports Day was successfully organised at Mariam Albatool School with participation of all classes for 90 minutes. Participants ranged from the first grade of primary classes to the sixth grade. All students took turns in the playing stations under the supervision of the PE teacher together with all the teachers.#MaltaESSD19 #BeActive