L-Iskola Primarja tar-Rabat, fi ħdan il-Kulleġġ San Nikola, ippublikaw it-tiena ħarġa tal-magażin onlajn, ‘Tbissima’. Tistaw issibu informazzjoni dwar ix-xogħol tal-istudenti matul din is-sena – Il-Covid ma waqqafx il-ħidma tal-edukaturi dedikati f’din l-iskola! Fost oħrajn hemm ukoll deskrizzjoni tal-attivitajiet relatati mal-Progett tal-Erasmus, ‘Teaching Literacy and Numeracy Through Coding and Robotics’; kif ukoll informazzjoni dwar l-attivitajiet li saru matul is-sena, mill-Kindergarten sas-6 sena. Ringrazzjament speċjali imur għal Ms. Muscat u Ms. Zammit, assistenti kapijiet, li kienu involuti direttament fil-produzzjoni ta’din il-magażin. Proset kbira lill-edukaturi u lill-istudenti tax-xogħol siewi li għamlu tul din is-sena!
Due to Covid-19 protocols in place in schools, this year it was not possible for the students and staff of Rabat Middle School to welcome the Yr. 6 students attending St. Nicholas College. Usually they are invited for an orientation visit at Rabat Middle School; instead, this year, the staff and students prepared a video to welcome the Yr. 6 students and introduce the school and staff virtually. Click to watch the video here:
Fifteen students from Rabat Middle School have participated in the annual Francofete activities 2021 which were organised by the French department at Centre Franco-Maltais. Students received a certificate and books sponsored by the Ambassade de France a Malte. Bravo a tous!
L-għalliema tal-Letteratura Annabel Warrington, flimkien ma’ ommha Margret Azzopardi (għalliema, illum irtirata) għadhom kemm ippublikaw il-ktieb ‘Sponza Sponżinella’ – l-istorja tal-isponza fuq is-sink tal-kcina. Fl-ahhar tal-ktieb tistgħu issibu ukoll gwida ta’ kif dan jista jintuża sabiex biex tidhol iktar fil-fond tal-istorja. Dan il-ktieb jiffoka ukoll fuq il-kliem onomatopejci. Prosit ferm Anabelle Warrington u Margaret Azzopardi ! (Eta’: 4+ ghalkemm facli jinqara biex jinqara lil tfal izghar ukoll).
We are pleased to announce that two students from our College – Keona Bonavia from Dingli Primary School, and Jansen Bugeja from Mgarr Primary School, have placed first in their respective categories (Year 4 and Year 5 respectively). Congratulations to our students for their great achievement!
The countdown has just started and in a few weeks’ time we shall be opening our doors for
Skolasajf 2021. Preparations are in full swing across all the different departments at FES.
After months of hard work, Skolasajf, will start on July 12th till 3rd September. We are
excited to welcome the children back to Skolsajf. FES has taken all the precautionary measures once again, as directed by the Health Authorities, to provide a safe and a secure environment for the children.
For more information about SkolaSajf, and other FES activities and initiatives, click on the following link:
More than 600 boys and girls participated in the competition ‘X’tixtieq issir la tikber?’ organised by the Office of the Principal Permanent Secretary in collaboration with the National School Support Services. The prize giving ceremony was organised on Saturday, 29th May. All submissions to the competition are being exhibited in a careers exhibition, in the subterran of Castille. The exhibition will remain open until Friday, 5th June. The opening hours are between 10.00am and 6.00pm. Entrance is free of charge from Merchant’s Street.
For the attention of Year 6, Year 8 and Year 11 students
As students transition from primary school to middle school, from middle school to secondary school and from secondary school to post-secondary school they are often faced with social, emotional and physiological changes that can impact on their wellbeing and learning. Aġenzija Żgħażagħ is offering three online courses that can help facilitate a smoother transition from one school to another. These courses were designed specifically to be fun and interactive while catering for the needs of these students and to provide the necessary life skills through which students can maintain their wellbeing and learning.Continue reading
Dingli Secondary school students who participated in the eTwinning project Think, Act, Inspire! were presented a token for winning the Term 2 Internet Safety Competition by eTwinning Malta as well a certificate of participation for successfully completing their 8 month long project as part of their PSCD work.
eTwinning projects are rewarding in themselves, equipping students with 21st century skills to help students succeed in today’s world.
This project was co-ordinated by Ms. Melanie Cini HoD PSCD, with the full support of Mr. Michael Merieca Head of School.
The National Literacy Agency would like to remind parents, educators and schools that the reading campaign Brillantini tal-Qari – Reading Stars promotes a love for reading, anytime and anywhere. This campaign is sponsored by Merlin Library. Its aim is to reward children and adolescents who love to read and who would like to share their love for reading. Kindly follow the newly launched Facebook page at: https://www.facebook.com/readingstarsmalta (@readingstarsmalta) for further information.Continue reading