More online work from SNC Attard Primary School – KG 2

During these last couple of weeks Ms. Ruth’s and Ms. Miriam’s students, at St. Nicholas College Attard Primary School, were busy learning from home.  The children carried out various activities which were both fun and educational related to the Dinosaur theme and Easter time.  These included sequence games, colouring eggs with food colouring, following up on a story, ‘What’s inside the Easter Egg?’ and fun with letters.

Hands-on Maths Activity from Home with Dingli Primary School

The students of Yr 2 at St. Nicholas College, Dingli Primary School, participated in a hands-on Mathematics activity in their homes. They practiced multiples of five using their hands, under the supervision of Ms. Kimberelene, who is working from home with them. The children put paint on their hands and made handprints on a piece of cardboard paper; then they counted and wrote the multiples of 5. The children had fun whilst learning although being stuck at home! Thank you to the parents for their on going support to make online learning possible and FUN! 

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! 

Creative Writing Online at Dingli Primary School

Year 3.1 students at St. Nicholas College, Dingli Primary School, worked hard on their creative writing skills during the past week. The theme was ‘Spring’. Some children used Microsoft Sway to present their work. Here are some of the work they did online. (You need to be logged in with an iLearn account in order to view the work). Well done to Ms. Jenny and her students !


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https://sway.office.com/RUnlkJ3Xx6tFgtz5?ref=Link&loc=play

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https://sway.office.com/S84O3nV7q8xyMOIx?ref=Link

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 !

Lesson Planning for Teaching Live Online

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While there are many similarities between face-to-face lessons and online lessons, there are a lot of differences too. These things are the same: the basic structure of beginning, middle and end, the principles of good teaching, the importance of learning objectives and the need for explanations. However, the delivery is different, the interactions between learners are different and, more importantly, online learning is much more intense for everyone.

British Council have prepared an info sheet aimed at helping educators plan and deliver online lessons. Click on the link below to access this document:

Lesson Planning for Teaching Live Online – By British Council