Taf kif għandek iżżomm ruħek ‘il-bogħod mill-Covid fil-klassi ? Ejja nergaw naraw x’għandna nagħmlu:
Click on the link below to watch a video of the Year 6 students at Rabat Primary School, who are happily showcasing their work and at the same time, calling out to their friends who may still be afraid to come to school due to Covid-19 to join them again!
Ms. Denise Buckingham, an educator at St. Nicholas College, Rabat Primary School, talks about the challenges faced by educators and students during the time of the Covid-19 pandemic. She stresses that the communication channels between the school, staff, parents and children were very efficient and that all the stakeholders are showing mutual respect towards each other. This, in turn, is helping everyone to feel safe in the knowledge that all possible precautions are not only being taken but also adhered to by everyone.
Is-Sinjura Maria Teresa Zammit, Edukatriċi fi ħdan il-Kulleġġ San Nikola, Skola Primarja Rabat, titkellem dwar kif ħasset hi stess in-nuqqas tat-tfal u kemm qed tħossha sigura issa li reġaw fetħu l-iskejjel.
Ikklikja fuq il-vidjow t’hawn taħt sabiex issegwi l-intervista flimkien mal-Kap tal-Iskola, is-sinjura Antonella Ferrante. Żur il-kanal tagħna fuq YouTube għal aktar vidjows mill-Kulleġġ San Nikola fuq: San Nikola YouTube Channel.
Charlene Xerri, edukatriċi u ġenitur, titkellem mal-Kap tal-Iskola tar-Rabat fi ħdan il-kulleġġ San Nikola, b’appell għall-ġenituri sabiex ma jħallux il-biża’ żżommhom milli jagħtu iċ-ċans sabiex it-tfal jirċievu edukazzjoni ħolistika fl-iskola.
Ara l-intervista li saret flimkien mal-Kap tal-Iskola, is-Sinjura Antonella Ferrante:
Seġwu il-kanal tal-Kulleġġ San Nikola fuq YouTube, fejn ser inkunu qed intellaw aktar vidjows b’messaġġi ta’tama mingħand Ġenituri, Tfal u Edukaturi:
Watch this short interview by Maisy Hilden, a Year 6 student at St. Nicholas College, Rabat Primary School. Maisy talks about how she feels safe attending school, as the Covid-19 health protocols are being adhered to by everyone. She invites those children who are still unsure whether to attend school or not to put aside their fears and join her and the rest of the students at Rabat Primary School.
Segwi din l-intervista ma’ Tai Mifsud, li jattendi is-sitt sena fll-iskola primarja tar-Rabat (Malta) fi ħdan il-Kulleġġ San Nikola. Tai jitkellem dwar kif huwa jħossu sigur waqt li jkun ll-iskola, u li il-protokolli maħruġa mill-Minsiteru tas-Saħħa qed jiġu osservati. Tai jħeġġeġ lil sħabu li għadhom qegħdin jaħsbu jekk jidħlux lura jew le sabiex huma wkoll jingħaqdu miegħu u mat-tfal l-oħrajn li daħlu lura f’Ottubru li għadda.
All of our schools at St. Nicholas College have been found to be compliant with regards to the Advice and Guidelines issued by the Superintendent of Public Health to the Educational Sector for the re-opening of Primary and Secondary Schools in Malta.
Click on the slide-show below to view each school’s certificate.
The Minister for Education, Dr. Owen Bonnici, and the Permanent Secretary, Dr. Francis Fabri, visited Rabat Primary School to view how the school and staff have been implementing over 50 security measures aimed at limiting the spread of Covid-19 amongst students and staff. The Head of School, Ms. Antonella Ferrante provided a short tour of the school and the measures being undertaken, such as the need for all staff and visitors to sign in upon entering the premises, posters on the noticeboards to remind students and staff to maintain proper hand hygiene, stickers on the floors to help maintain social distance, and the availability of santizing wipes and gel in every classroom. Ms. Josephine Mifsud, Head of College Network, was also present for the visit.
Both the Minister for Education and the Permanent Secretary praised the school’s efforts in striving to adhere to all safety measures, finding everything according to the published guidelines.
Click on the following link to watch a video of the visit: Minister Visits Rabat Primary School
Educators and students will be screened prior to entering the school premises every day. Visors or masks must be worn by those entering the school, and temperatures will be taken daily. Students and educators will also be asked to sanitise their hands with alcohol gel which will be available at the entrance of the school. Click on the link below to watch the the explanatory video (in both Maltese and English) :