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Headmasters Message 19

Good Afternoon Parent consultations Parent consultations will take place on Monday, March 8th. These will be on-line as were the consultations in November. You should all by now have received an invitation from your son’s teacher. If not please contact the teacher via the teacher’s St Edward’s email address. Again, please adhere to the times

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Year 4 Competition Winner

Congratulations to our Year4Z student, who has won the January competition in the educational magazine, Saghtar. Andreas Bray, has been subscribing to Saghtar magazine on a monthly basis. Apart from reading the interesting articles within, he loves taking part in the embedded competitions. Andreas loves Saghtar, especially when it comes to the short stories and

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KG2Y Leaf Printing

This week, KG2Y boys carried on with their ‘Planting’ topic as they ventured outdoors to look at the different leaves around College. They then collected some to further examine them and compare their similarities and differences. This led to a leaf printing activity whereby they each had a chance to print the leaves and their

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Fine Motor Skills

Emphasis is placed on the development of fine motor skills throughout our KG year groups. The teachers plan for a number of hands-on learning activities which target the development of their pupil’s tiny hands and fingers. The ultimate aim is to develop the muscles to be able to function in a coordinated and controlled method.

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Year 1Y Show and Tell

During their carnival celebrations, Year 1Y enjoyed a Maltese story telling session in class. All precautions were taken and the boys enjoyed learning new vocabulary to describe their favourite toy brought in. Moreover they enjoyed hearing each other and finding common and different features in their toy. Such activities also enhance the student’s confidence and

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KG1W Sowing and Scavenger Hunt

As part of their current topic ‘Lifecycles’, KG1W students engaged in a sunflower-sowing activity. Each student planted his/her own seeds and will now nurture it to grow. Following this, the students ventured outdoors for a scavenger hunt. Equipped with labelled pictures they walked along the paths, ready to spot their desired items. Such moments are

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Year 4Y

Welcome back to the 4Y classroom, we have been very busy having lots of fun😊. “Learning should always be fun. You should be having a ball. It’s amazing how much you remember when it is fun” Dan Grable Since the last 4Y gazette article we have put our brains into Ancient Greek Architect mode and

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Year 6 The Ickabog by JK Rowling

In English Year 6 have been immersed in all things JK Rowling. We have started a new English unit based around The Ickabog by JK Rowling, which follows on from our Advent Term work on Harry Potter. The unit focuses on emotions, recognising and finding appropriate ways to deal with our emotions and those of