The first term was jam-packed with various activities for our girls. We started off the year with the very important lesson of accepting each other as we are, with our different qualities, characteristics and features. We did this through the story of Elmer the Elephant, who taught us that we are all different and we all are special, no matter what we look like on the outside.
In October, we joined all three classes together and went to say the Rosary together in the Senior School gardens, in front of Our Lady. On this special day, the children were each given a small rosary bead.
We also had a fun outing at Buskett during October, where we learned a lot about leaves and trees. The children even planted their own seeds in a pot with the help of Mr Neville Ebejer, who took us around Buskett and taught us a lot about nature.
During November, the children got to play some traditional Maltese games, following the feast of San Martin, and let us not forget what a wonderful job the girls all did during their San Martin Assembly. It was an excellent performance!
During the month of December, we had two outings. We went to visit the cribs in Valletta, as well as the Malta Post Museum, where each girl got to personally post her letter to Santa Claus at this Museum. We learned a lot about the history of Maltapost, as well as had the opportunity to do some fun activities after. Our second outing during this month was at the cinema, where we watched Trolls.
Advent brought along many fun moments which I am sure all the girls will cherish, especially the Christmas party where Santa Claus came to visit.