The documents below contain links to a number of Science revision quizzes for Year 4, Year 5 and Year 6 students. Download the document and click on the links to access the quizzes.
It-tracksuit il-ġdida, inkluż poloshirt, t-shirt, shorts, cap u ġakketta għax-xitwa ser tkun qed tidħol fil-Kindergarten 1, Year 1 u Year 7 (Form1) mis-sena skolastika 2020-2021.
Ġenituri ta’ studenti li ma jkunux f’dawn il-klassijiet xorta jistgħu jixtru l-uniformi l-ġdida jekk ikollhom bzonn. Jekk it-tracksuit l-antika għada tajba, mela din tista’ tibqa’ tintuża.
L-uniformijiet il-ġodda qed jinħadmu u mistennija li jkunu għal-bejgħ mill-ewwel t’Awwissu. Il-kuntrattur, Yorkie, ser ikun qed jissupplixxi l-uniformijiet bi prezzijiet maqbula u qed jissuġġerixxi li l-ordnijiet isiru online fuq www.schooluniformsmalta.com.
New Uniform for Scholastic Year 2020/2021
A new uniform (tracksuit, polo shirt, t shirt, shorts, cap and winter jacket) is being introduced for children who will be in Kindergarten 1 and Year 1 in the coming scholastic year.
Parents whose children are not in these year groups but still need uniform items, can buy the new uniform. However, if the old tracksuit still fits, then this is perfectly fine.
The new uniforms are in production and will be available from 1st August. The manufacturer, Yorkie, is suggesting that parents buy uniforms online from www.schooluniformsmalta.com.
Students in Year 4, 5 and 6 are being invited to participate in an international study that seeks to understand the effect of Covid-19 on children’s well-being and resilience.
Parents are invited to read the information sheet and follow the instructions therein if they consent to their children participating.
Participation is purely voluntary but appreciated.
An End of Year Quiz for Year 4 and 5 students from across Malta will be held on Friday 26 June 2020. The quiz aims to close off the year with a bit of educational fun and to help students revise basic concepts! Participation is voluntary.
The quiz will start off with students filling in a form with their personal details. This is a controlled writing task in itself! The actual quiz has been formulated using the QUIZZIZ app and after filling in the form, students will be given a code which they need to use to log in to the quiz. The quiz itself is divided into 2 parts. The first part is based on 5 categories, one for each subject, namely English, Maths, Maltese and Science. Students have to answer 10 questions and try to do so as quickly as possible. The quicker they answer, the more points they earn! In the second part of the quiz, more challenging questions are asked based on English and Maltese Literature as well as science. These questions will also be timed.
The Quiz will take place on the last day of school – Friday 26th June 2020 and it should take roughly 30 minutes to complete. Students can access the quiz on the day by clicking on this link.
Prizes will be awarded to the first five winners in Year 4 and first five winners in Year 5 from all over Malta. It is therefore important for participating students to write their full name, college and school if they intend participating. Students can try out the quiz more than once, however, only the first try will be considered for the purposes of the competition.
The quiz will be open on Friday 26th June 2020 between 8.30 am and 12.30. Final results of the first five winners in Year 4 and first five winners in Year 5 will be available after 12.30.