STMC Marsaskala Primary School

Passju with tablets

Passju with tablets

Tablets can be used during sports and physical activities. As digital literacies they can be integrated into social studies and other subjects. In this particular example, at St Thomas More Marsaskala Primary, Year 4 primary students played our version of hopscotch (traditional Maltese game of Passju), and used QR codes to generate questions. Since thisRead more about Passju with tablets[…]

Let’s Collaborate Through eTwinning – Congratulations to 5.1 students who won Category C

Let’s Collaborate Through eTwinning – Congratulations to 5.1 students who won Category C

    5.1 students  joined a tele-collaborative project named Happy Easter. The other participants were from Poland, Portugal, Romania, Italy and Slovakia and they used English as a Lingua Franca to talk about Easter traditions in their countries and practiced short Easter greetings in other languages. The aim of the project was to practice EnglishRead more about Let’s Collaborate Through eTwinning – Congratulations to 5.1 students who won Category C[…]

PSCD activities at St Thomas More Marsaskala Primary School

PSCD activities at St Thomas More Marsaskala Primary School

Animal Awareness Session On the 9th of April 2018 guest speakers from ‘The Office of the Commissioner for Animal Welfare’ visited Marsaskala Primary School and during the PSCD lesson they delivered a session on Animal Awareness to all year 6 students. The ultimate mission of the Commissioner’s office is to promote and advocate for theRead more about PSCD activities at St Thomas More Marsaskala Primary School[…]

Year 2 migrant students visit San Anton Gardens

Year 2 migrant students visit San Anton Gardens

A group of year 2 migrant students following the Maltese A1 programme together with some parents and teachers visited San Anton Gardens. All the group had the opportunity to visit this wonderful place and admire the beautiful spring flowers and atmosphere. Some language-related games and vocabulary exercises were performed by the students who continued toRead more about Year 2 migrant students visit San Anton Gardens[…]