The Year 6 students, together with the School SMT, today inaugurated the newly installed artificial turf in the schoolyard. A fun activity for all students was coordinated between teachers, kindergarten assistants and LSEs. Use your mouse to view 360 photo.
School Transport in State Schools is organised by the Ministry for Education and Employment. The Ministry provides school transport services to State Schools in Malta and Gozo and currently organises over 660 routes daily, serving approximately 13,000 students. School transport is a free service for all eligible students attending State Schools. Eligibility for State School Transport has been kept as in previous years as per below: Kindergarten and Primary Schools – Students residing one (1) kilometre or more away from the school of their locality of residence are eligible to apply for the school transport service. Middle and Secondary Schools – Students residing one (1) [...]
The end of Primary Benchmark Exams 2022 for students currently in Year 6 will be held between Tuesday 24th and Tuesday 31st May 2022, as per the timetable below. EXAMINATION SYLLABI The End of Primary Benchmark will be based on the State Primary Syllabi for Maltese, English and Mathematics. These syllabi may be retrieved from: http://curriculum.gov.mt/en/Curriculum/Year-1-to-6/Pages/default.aspx and https://curriculum.gov.mt/en/guidelines/Documents/Primary_Guidelines/MATHEMATICS_primary_guidelines_2021_2022.pdf
A number of meetings are being organised to promote bilingualism in Families. 9th November 9.30 a.m. - 11 am: Promoting bilingualism in our families: The role of oral communication- KG1 -Year 2 Virtual meeting with parents, conducted by Dr Lara, linguist. This meeting is for parents whose children are in KG1, KG2, Year 1 and Year 2. The topic is Oral Communication and the use of Two Languages, English and Maltese, or English and the child’s native language. This talk is relevant to non-Maltese speaking families. Click here to join the meeting 10th November 9.30 a.m. - 11 am: Promoting bilingualism [...]
€325 in aid of Karl Vella Foundation were raised by the Għargħur Primary School Community during a Pink October Activity held at school. On this day, all students and all members of staff wore something pink.
Once again, the School Milk Scheme shall supply pupils from Kinder 1 to Year 6 with a portion of fresh, pasteurised milk. This scheme is financed by the Government of Malta, thus enabling all students to receive one portion of milk per week to help them adopt a healthier lifestyle. Whereas in previous years, the milk portions were distributed to pupils on school premises in portions of 250ml, due to the onset of COVID-19 pandemic during Scholastic Year 2020/2021, the milk portions were distributed directly to the participating, eligible pupils through a set of vouchers. The participating students will be [...]
Through a Government Scheme, the Għargħur Primary offers the Breakfast Club Service. This is a FREE service available for primary students whose parents/legal guardians are in employment. Through this service, the students are given the opportunity to have a healthy breakfast before school commences. The Breakfast Club operates on a daily basis during school days. Due to the current COVID situation, breakfast will be pre-packed and given to the child upon arrival at school. Applications for the Breakfast Club 2021-2022 are now open. APPLY NOW
Għargħur Students expressed their solidarity with Indian counterparts passing through great hardship because of the escalation of the Covid-19 situation across the country. With awareness of what's happening around the world being part of their holistic education, Għargħur Primary Year 1 Students created this wall of solidarity to show empathy and encourage children living more than 6,400 kilometres away. As India battles a raging second wave, cases of children losing their parents to Covid-19 are also mounting. While some have lost both parents and have no one to look after them, others are in a situation where a single surviving [...]