In response to Coronavirus (COVID-19), Nessy is offering the free use of our digital learning platform* to support the continued education of children. The structured language programs automatically guide the instruction of phonics, reading, spelling and writing to children aged 5-12 years. Nessy is effective for all children, not just those with dyslexia. Teachers may monitor student progress remotely. You can access the resources by accessing the following link: Nessy
The Directorate for Learning and Assessment Programmes is launching HSBC STEM Challenge initiative for primary students in Year 3 to Year 6. The aim of the initiative is to engage young students and their caregivers in doing Science at home while nurturing and developing 21st Century life skills. Continue reading
OTPC tablets provide an educational environment through which the student can access content provided by the teacher. Since the closing of schools, OTPC tablet usage has drastically increased. We are informed of great practices including tablet usage for regular communication and sharing of learning material. To enhance such usage during this period and to facilitate the work of teachers, MEDE will be opening Internet filtering on OTPC tablets as from Monday 30th March at 8am. May we remind all parents that as for any other digital devices, parents should be aware of what their children see and hear on the Internet, who they meet, and what they share about themselves. It is important that you talk with your kids and keep an eye on their activities. For further details on the One Tablet Per Child project visit: https://digital.edu.mt
This is a time of uncertainty and a lot of children and young people will be feeling anxious and worried about what is going on. This is a normal response to the situation and below we offer some advice about what adults can do to help and support children and young people. There is a lot of information becoming available – this is great but may also be confusing, so we have pulled together some advice and some of our favourite links in to one place. We hope this will be helpful. Given that the situation is changing rapidly at the moment we will make updates from time to time which you will be able to find here: https://emergingminds.org.uk/resources/.
Download the following info-sheet for more tips and ideas of how to cope during this difficult time: Supporting Children and Young Adults with Worries About Covid-19.
Our College PSCD Team – Ms. Speranza Spiteri, Ms. Maria Falzon and Ms. Pauline Gingell – have prepared the following worksheets for Years 3 – 4, which can be carried out at home during this time of school closures. Simply follow the instructions below: Continue reading
The Directorate for Digital Literacy and Transversal Skills has just issued the calendar of events for this scholastic year. Activities include EMBED Awards, Coding Activities, the second phase of SELFIE, eTwinning Activities and more. Click on the link below to gain access to the full set of activities planned:
Bahrija Primary School is a small rural school at the edge of Bahrija, a small quiet hamlet. It provides a warm, family atmosphere, conducive to a learning process which promotes the development of the individual’s intellectual, physical, emotional, social and spiritual dimension through a holistic approach. It aims to enable all children to develop their full potential according to their diverse needs, TO BE THE BEST THAT THEY CAN BE.
Head of School: Ms. Josette Fiott
Assistant Head of School: Mr. Edward Micallef
School Website: https://www.facebook.com/bahrijaPrimarySchool/
Hello ! We are pleased to announce that we are working on our new College Website.
Please be patient while we populate the site.
Thank you !
The Website Team