On the 27th of June a special activity was organised at our school. During this activity two Year 2 classrooms were transformed into an airport and an airplane! The children did all the work in this learning experience including brainstorming places to visit, creating their passport, reserving and checking tickets and passports, weighing luggage, checking hand luggageRead more about Airport Themed Day by Year 2 students[…]
Students from Year 3, Year 4, Year 5 and Year 6 took part in the Super T Grand Final Online. Below you can see some of the students that received a certificate after participating in this event.
The Active School Flag Committee organised a training camp between the 8th and 10th June at Savio College. During this training camp students underwent training in the following disciplines: trekking, handball, football, athletics, and hockey. Click on the link below to view some of the best moments of this training camp. https://youtu.be/bRFCroqZ9SQ
The 2018 Table Soccer Tournament, organized for the first time by the Active Flag School Committee, came to an end at the end of May with the last four teams involved in the final tournament. At the end it was the team formed by James Borg and Hieu Thornton who won all the three matchesRead more about Table Soccer Tournament winners presented with Trophies[…]
Click on the link below for a video-presentation of the activities held by out school’s Active School Flag Committee. It has been another successful scholastic year for sports at STMC Marsaskala Primary School!
L-akbar xewqa tiegħi. – Kelly May 4.4 Din is-sena, minn kemm ili naf lil ħabibti Laura ħriġna b’idea li kien ilha tberren f’moħħna lejl u nhar. Minn mindu ħsibna fiha ma waqafniex naħsbu li nsiru awturi famużi ħafna. Bħalissa qed naħdmu fuq ktieb li wegħdt lill-ħabiba ma ngħidx x’jismu . Jien xtaqt li din ix-xewqaRead more about More students’ work: Kelly and Laura- L-akbar xewqa tiegħi[…]
Migrant students who are learning the A1 course in Maltese were taken to two cultural outings during this week to enhance better their knowledge of Maltese traditions. Year 3 students went to our capital city Valletta where they had the chance to experience some important spots of this beautiful place such as the recently-opened TritoniRead more about Migrant students taken to some cultural outings[…]
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[…]
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[…]
Between the 23rd and 27th April students at STMC Marsaskala Primary took part in different activities to celebrate World Book Day. Weird Write-All Students were divided in groups and presented with a random title. A member of each group started by writing a short paragraph to make up a story related to the title given.Read more about World Book Day celebrated at STMC MARSKALA PRIMARY[…]