Although this year the external Carnival Celebrations had to be cancelled due to the Covid-19 Pandemic, students and educators at Rabat Primary School still managed to create a fun atmosphere a school – in a safe, and socially distant way! Ms. Christine and Ms. Marica held a special virtual assembly for all the school, ensuring that all students were involved thanks to live Teams connection. The students presented an interesting video on Carnival traditions, including food prepared during this time, as well as traditional games and songs. Well done Ms Christine and Ms Marica for this assembly and also for walking the extra mile to ensure that all students are included.
Students and Educators at St. Nicholas College, Rabat Primary School, prepared a series of activities to celebrate Internet Safety Day. These included:
KG 2.3 Students listened to the story, ‘Ir-Rigal’. They noted how they could not access the teachers’ computer without a password; thus learning about the importance of not disclosing their own passwords to others. They also learned about other personal information that they should not be disclosing online to others, such as their addresses. Finally, they were reminded that as young children they always need to have an adult with them (such as their parents) when accessing the internet.
Year 4.2 Students designed their own ‘Internet Safety’ Posters.
Year 4.1 Students discussed eSafety rules and produced their own bookmarks to remind themselves of how they can stay safe online. They also learned to identify unsafe situations and to speak up if something happens that concerns or upsets them.
Year 3.3 Students watched a PowerPoint presentation and saw some bookmarks that helped them understand how to keep themselves safe when using the Internet. The students also enjoyed doing the puzzle about Internet Safety.
Ms. Christine Vassallo, Nurture Class Teacher, also organised an eSafety Online Session for the whole school.
Click on the video below to watch some of our activities !
Rabat Primary School is organising an Online Book Fair from 8th to 14th February, in collaboration with BDL. A 10% discount with be given with every purchase made. This initiative will also be helping the school, since 15% of the proceeds will be directed back to Rabat Primary School. Use the coupon (please refer to the image below) with the discount code when you checkout. Enjoy your new books. Feel free to share this advert with other parents/students.
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!
The Year 4.1 students of St. Nicholas College, Rabat Primary School, learned about the importance of taking care of their health by eating a sensible and healthy diet. After the lesson, they each designed their own Healthy Eating leaflets, with various logos to accompany them, such as: ‘Be Smart, Eat Smart‘; ‘Eat Well, Feel Good’, ‘Eat Right, be Bright’; ‘Be Smart and Eat Smart‘; and ‘An Apple a day keeps the Doctor away‘.
Watch our young students at work by watching the video below:
Just because we have to keep to social distancing rules doesn’t mean we cannot have fun! Here are our Year 1.2 students having a “movement break” in class, dancing together while keeping apart, and wearing their masks of course! Click on the link to watch the video!
Parents and Guardians whose children attend Rabat and Dingli schools (both Primary, Middle and Secondary), kindly note that road works are now in progress at George Borg Oliver Street in Rabat. Works commenced on the 21st January (at St. Domenic Church side). For those students making use of public transport (Tal-Linja) in order to attend/return home from school, kindly note changes in Public Transport Bus Journeys for routes 51, 52, 53, 56, 181 and 201.