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VISIT OF hsbc ceo TO SANNAT PRIMARY AND sPECIAL UNIT

The very good and long relationship between Sannat Primary and Special Unit and HSBC (Malta) was strenghtened with a visit to the school by the new CEO of the bank Mr Simon Vaughan Johnson on the 16th July 2020. He was shown around by the Head of School Ms Pauline Grech accompanied by  the School Senior Leadership Team, and Mr Glenn Bugeja (Manager Corporate Sustainability HSBC, Malta). Mr Vaughan Johnson was impressed with the progress in the infrastructure that the school has made along the years, especially to cater for the needs of students within the Autism Spectrum, with the help of HSBC Malta Foundation. The CEO showed a great interest in all the projects which the school is involved in, particularly in the dream of having a Hydro-Sensory Therapy Pool installed within the school premises. HSBC strongly believes in the inclusion of every child in the educational process, and is convinced that every child matters. Mr Vaughan Johnson promised to continue with the sterling work of his predecessors by helping out in the educational venture of the school.

ZJARA MILL-gHAQDA FEDERAZZJONI kACCATURI nASSABA kONSERVAZZJONISTI (FKNK)

Fil-preżenza ta’ zewġt Klieb, il-Kelb tal-Kaċċa ta’ Malta u l-Kelb tal-Fenek, uffiċjali tal-Federazzjoni Kaċċaturi Nassaba Konservazzjonisti (FKNK) żaru l-iskola taghna

Is-sessjonijiet inqasmu fi tnejn. Fl-ewwel lok it-tfal preżenti ingħataw informazzjoni rigward l-oriġini taż-żewġ razez tal-klieb, l-użu prinċipali tagħhom u l-karatteristiċi li għandhom, u wara, grazzi ukoll għall-affiljazzjoni tal-‘Malta Falconers Club’ fl-FKNK, falkunier fil-preżenza tal-Bies tiegħu, spjega ir-rabtit tal-bies mal-gżejjer Maltin u l-prattika storika tal-falkunerija li tmur lura eluf ta’ snin.

MS GODWINE GRIMA DELIVERING AN INFORMATION SESSION ABOUT THE READING RECOVERY PROGRAMME DURING THE PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT SESSION

The Reading Recovery programme is an accredited school-based literacy programme for the lowest achieving children. It is designed for six year old students who have not yet mastered reading and writing. The aim of the programme is to help students reach the level expected of them in reading and writing in 100 sessions over twenty weeks.