Online Activities for KG 2 Students at SNC Attard Primary School

Kinder 2 educators at St. Nicholas College, Attard Primary School, have been working hard delivering online sessions to their pupils who attended eagerly.  They tackled mathematical concepts, discussed stories, did science experiments and participated in various hands on activities together.  They even had some time for online free play which they really enjoyed!  Everyone got creative to make this virtual experience one to remember 🙂!!

A great big WELL DONE our KG2 Educators, Ms. Ruth, Ms. Jackie, Ms. Miriam, Ms. Kim, Ms. Marika and Ms. Vanessa; their students, and their parents/guardians for the support !

Online Hands-On Maths Lesson at Baħrija Primary School

Flexibility and adaptation is the key especially during these times. Watch the students of Year 4, Baħrija Primary School, during a hands-on Maths lesson about capacity. Lesson was held online with Microsoft Teams.

A big WELL DONE to our educators and students for all their work, and their parents/guardians for the cooperation and support!

Online Teaching and Learning – Kindergarten 1 Attard Primary School

The Educators and students of KG 1 at Attard Primary School have been busy engaging in online activities during the past week and a half of online teaching. Just because the schools are physically closed, it does not mean that learning cannot take place, too! Click on the video below to watch a sample of our students’ work – chosen from KG classes of Ms. Alexandra, Ms. Martina, Ms. Naomi, Ms. Romina and Ms. Sandra. We will upload more work in the coming days 🙂

A big WELL DONE to our educators and students for all their work, and their parents/guardians for the cooperation and support!

Online Lessons at Baħrija Primary School

The first week of Year 1 online lessons was a great success! Well done Ms Lewis, all the students and parents! Thank you to the school management for all their immense support! All the students were given a certificate as a reward for their hard work they put in during this week. Looking forward to another week of fun learning! KEEP IT UP! 

Online Music Sessions at Rabat Middle School

Students from Year 8 (London) during an online Music lesson with Mr.Simon Farrugia. The topic was world music. After researching about their favourite country and its music, each and every student presented his/her information. These are some pictures taken during this activity. Well done to Mr.Farrugia and his students for carrying out such an interesting activity online !

Reading Out Aloud – Luca Vella from Rabat Primary School

As part of this year’s Reading Recovery Read Aloud activity ‘Tell Me A Story’, Luca Vella of Year 2.3 read the book ‘Late for Football’ (PM Collection – Story by Jenny Giles; Illustrations by Scott Fraser), to Mr. David Muscat (CEO National Literacy Agency).

Luca read the story with fluency and engagement. During the discussion with Mr. Muscat, Luca talked about what he enjoys doing during his free time. Although Luca does not play football, he chose to read a book about a boy who could not find his football things and needed his mum’s help to make it on time.

Well done Luca !

Reading Out Aloud – Nathan Micallef from Rabat Primary School

As part of this year’s Reading Recovery Read Aloud activity ‘Tell Me A Story’, Nathan Micallef of Year 2.3 read the book ‘Magpie’s Baking Day’ (PM Collection – Retold by Beverley Randell; Illustrations by Melissa Webb) to Ms. Tania Ristovic, Assistant Head of School and Literacy Link Person at Rabat Primary School, Malta.


Nathan told us how he chose to read this book because in it there are two things he likes a lot: food and animals. He told us how only one animal, the mouse, did not help Magpie to make the bread and that since Mouse did not help, he did not get anything. Ms. Ristovic was impressed with Nathan’s conversation in English saying that he made giant leaps in expressing himself. Nathan was also seen enjoying and interacting with the story and with his audience.

Well done Nathan !

Reading Out Aloud – Kenzey Brincat from Rabat Primary School

As part of this year’s Reading Recovery Read Aloud activity ‘Tell Me A Story’Kenzey Brincat of Year 2.3 read the book ‘The Fox and the Stork’ (PM Collection) (Retold by Annette Smith Illustrations by Tamsin Hinrichsen) to Ms. Antonella Ferrante, Head of School at Rabat Primary, Malta. Kenzey told us how she loves reading, especially this book as she really finds Fox funny when he turns up at Stork’s house all dressed up in his best blue coat and with his hair combed neatly. Ms. Ferrante discussed with Kenzey the importance of reading and of knowing different languages, this can lead to many interesting opportunities.

Well done Kenzey !

Reading Out Aloud – Opening Session by Ms. Josephine Mifsud SNC

Ms. Josephine Mifsud, Head of College Network at St. Nicholas College, participated in the Read Aloud Sessions organised by Ms.Eleanor Vella, HoD literacy. Ms Mifsud read a story to the Yr 2.3 class, titled ‘A Squash and a Squeeze’ by Julia Donaldson, illustrated by Axel Scheffler. After the story, the students entered into a discussion. They talked about which part of the story they like best and why? How they reacted to the story? What animals do they have at home and also whether they would have any of the animals mentioned in the story in their own house and why? Ms. Vella extended her thanks to Ms. Katia Zammit and Ms. Josette Gauci for facilitating this session as part of the first day! Ms. Josephine Mifsud commented that this was a great pleasure for her and that is was a wonderful experience watching and interacting with students. She also thanked Ms. Eleanor Vella for the opportunity to participate. Well done to all those involved !