On the 4th March, year 8 and year 9 went on an outing to Fort St Elmo. We visited the museums inside which took us back to the times of the great siege in 1565, the British period, the French period and the second world war period. Below are photos taken by Mr David and Mr Dylan during the outing.
On Thursday 18th February 2016, members from the police force visited Mariam Albatool School. They gave an interesting exhibition with police cars and motorcycles and explained the functions of the police force for the protection of citizens. The activity was organized by year 2 class teachers Ms Doris Schembri and Ms Monique Mizzi. Children from both classes had the opportunity to explore both vehicles and ask questions to the CMRU policemen who were so kind as to satisfy the children’s curiosity. This activity was part of our theme occupations.
The school administration would like to thank Ms Doris and Ms Monique for their excellent coordination.
Below are photos of the activity.
On Wednesday 17th February 2016, Mr Ronnie Sammut from the Malta Chess Federation visited Mariam Albatool School with the objective of exploring new avenues for cooperation between the Maltese Federation and Mariam Albatool School. The visit was organized by Mr Brian Vassallo (Assistant Head of School) with the close collaboration of Mr Dylan Sultana. Mr Sammut was greeted by the Head of School who gave him a brief introduction about the school and its functions. Then Mr Sammut was invited to interact with students who have been introduced to chess earlier on last year. Mr Sammut made use of a chess program and the interactive whiteboard to deliver an informative and interesting presentation of the history of chess and also the various opportunities which are currently available for both students and adults.
The session was attended by Mr Vassallo (Assistant Head), Mr Dylan Sultana (English Teacher and chess club coordinator) and Dr Adel Radwan (Chemistry teacher). These two teachers were invited by Mr Sammut for additional lectures in chess so that they would be able to pass on this knowledge and skills onto the students. Most students who took the opportunity to ask numerous questions ranging from explanation of moves to various rating systems.
The school administration would like to thank Mr Ronnie Sammut for sharing his precious time with our students.
Below are photos of the activity.
On Wednesday 3rd February 2016 all four kindergarten classes from Mariam Albatool School together with a number of mothers went to the playmobil funpark.
At the park children had the opportunity to play with a variety of toys while parents interacted with teachers. Both parents and teachers were offered complimentary teas and coffees. After the play activities, the children were given a catalogue, a toy, a colouring page and a playmobil sticker. After the activity, parents were reminded that the next event will be held during the fourth week of May. The school administration would like to thank all kindergarten teachers, their assistants and parents for organising the activity.
Well done to all!
Below are some photos taken during the activity.
Upon finishing reading Phantom of the Opera, year 9 students under the guidance of Mr Dylan Sultana (English Language teacher) came up with the idea of extending their learning experience by building upon a particular character by the name of Raoul De Chagny.
Raoul came from a noble French family. Such families had coats of arms, which identified them before surnames were used.Each was unique and contained symbols which represented the family. It was embroidered on coats which were worn over knights’ metal armour to protect them from the heat of the sun. These became a mark of nobility. So students created a coat of arms pertaining to themselves. Each had to choose 3 words that represent their character and a distinctive design was chosen to further elaborate their coat of arms. The students came up with the design and choice of vocabulary on their own. The end result is as shown in the photographs.
A big well done to Mr Dylan and all Year 9 students!