“…valuable and contributing members of the community…”
“…cater for the personal, social, educational and spiritual development of the students…”
“…achieve greater self-esteem and personal maturity…”
“…enable all pupils to make progress…”
“…empower the students to achieve full inclusion in society…”

Erasmus+

More school activities which occurred at our partner school in Helsinki; outdoor and indoor sports activities through ICT as well as cooking experiences. Thank you goes to our partner school for their lovely hospitality! In the following days, students boarded a ferry to a close island where apart from experiencing a most wonderful scenery, they also got to enter a military museum and wear uniforms.

Design & Technology

Slightly late 🙂 but we are always proud to show off our students’ work! – During the month of Christmas, the students had the opportunity to design and make a Christmas decoration using fabric and using various techniques used in textiles.

Litter Less Campaign

A slogan for our project “Plastic-free bite” has been prepared.

Literacy

During this Literacy lesson the students had the opportunity to learn new vocabulary related to football, play football as well as create a chart by choosing the pictures related to football. 

Science

The students are learning about the sense of sight. They were experimenting with different food colouring to see the different colours and how they spread.

Numeracy

During this activity the students went around the school ground and collect resources/material that later on will be used in another activity. The material/resources collected were rocks, pine cones, dried leaves and broken branches.

ILS

Students had the opportunity to explore and experience doing the laundry. Students are given hands-on experience on how to use the washing machine and wash clothes accordingly.

Erasmus+

More photos of the wonderful experience in Helsinki, Finland. The following days the students explored the Karl Fazer Chocolate Factory, where the students got to see the history of the Fazer chocolate, they also entered a green house where the cacao plant is stored and finally there was some chocolate tasting. More learning experiences occurred at school.

Erasmus+

Guardian Angel students were welcomed last week at our partner school in Helsinki, Finland. The students enjoyed very interesting sessions involving music, ICT and communication. The music session involved playing traditional Finnish pieces of music; the ICT session took the students on a tour around the school using tablets and the last session explored ways in which to communicate through the eyes with the help of technology.

Numeracy

Students busy exploring and learning about decimals.