Year 4 classes will be going to a Basketball Activity.
Year 3 and Year 4 students have a swimming lesson at the National Pool at noon.
The children in Year 4.1 had a swimming session where they not only had fun practicing this sport but also improved their swimming skills with the help of a swimming instructor.
Children were asked to carry out a hands-on activity about fractions using candy. Each group was given a packet of candy. They had to sort the candy by colour.
The photos underneath were taken during a Show and Tell activity where the children had to bring a mysterious object to talk about it in Maltese. It was a great success since the children were very enthusiastic and they brought mysterious things that captured the other pupils’ attention.
During the first and second term, the shared reading lessons gave pupils the opportunity to structure their ideas while forming their opinions during discussion activities about pictures. Although creating a poem is a difficult task for children, they did not only manage to create acrostic poems but they also accomplished them using rhyming words.
Merit Day – Year 3 at 09.00
Merit Day – Year 4 at 11.00
Year 3 and 4 students will go to the National Pool for Swimming lessons.
Din is-sena beda s-servizz tan-Nurture Class fl-iskola ta’ Ħal Lija. Fin-Nurture Class it-tfal isibu ambjent li jgħinhom iħossuhom tajbin magħhom infushom u milqugħa. Huwa post fejn jingħataw iktar ħin u opportunita’ jitkellmu fuq dak li jħossu u jissudaw il-ħiliet li għandhom bżonn biex jiffaċċjaw l-isfidi tal-ħajja. Jitgħallmu l-valuri tar-rispett, l-ubbidjenza, l-imħabba u t-tolleranza f’ambjent sabih li jixbaħ lil dak tad- dar. Jaqsmu l-esperjenzi tagħhom ma’ tfal bħalhom u jaħdmu fi grupp. Is-servizz tan-Nurture Class jgħin lill-istudenti jiżviluppaw dawk il-kwalitajiet neċessarji biex jirnexxu, u jircievu edukazzjoni sħiħa.
Children were given different capacities in millilitres and litres and they had to pour the water into a measuring jug according to their measurements. Pupils also explored the scale reading of their containers and they had to be accurate while observing at eye-level.