Discussing solid shapes
Doing the washing. Children washed doll’s clothes.
Preparing some sandwiches and cooking pasta.
Exploring trees and plants in the playing field opposite the school,
followed by a picnic and a treasure hunt. The children had to look for numbers
1 to 10.
Acting the story of Saint Martin and Room on the
Year 5 teacher Mario Mifsud has attended a conference in Dublin, Ireland entitled ”From Virtual to Reality: Moving from eTwinning to Erasmus+ in schools” between the 28 and the 30 November 2019. During this conference, our school had the opportunity to create new connections between several European schools. A number of new partners were formed and already started working on a virtual eTwinning project. The aim is to then change this virtual project into a real life Erasmus + programme where the exchange between students and teachers to these new partner schools could be possible.
Exploring with shapes and colours, writing and tracing are some of the activities carried out in the Kinder 2 classes using the light panel. These activities were aimed at enhancing creativity, fine motor skills, concentration and hand to eye coordination.