Monday, 30 March 2009

We love your houses!


Thank you for your fantastic pictures and video - we all had a dance to the music! We will send you some pictures of our school and houses very soon. You are very lucky to have balconies. We are learning about caravans. Do you have any caravan parks? Do you have static caravans?


We hope to hear from you soon


Primary 2

Saturday, 28 March 2009

Outing


Yesterday, Friday 27th March our class went on an outing. We went to the 'Simar' Nature reserve in Xemxija. Here are some photos to share with you. At the 'Simar' we did some bird watching. As we left Birkirkara we took some photos of different houses and buildings that we passed through so that your class will start having an idea of Maltese homes. Sorry for the quality of the photos but the camera was not mine and I took the photos while the coach was moving:-)


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video

Monday, 23 March 2009

Hello from Primary 2


There are 17 of us in Primary 2 and we are between 6 and 8 years old. Our school is 40 years old and there are 8 different classes. Some of us live in Gifford which is a small village and it does not have a mayor but has a nice church. Our national poet is called Rabbie Burns and our national flower is the thistle.
This is a map of Gifford!

Do you have a national poet?

From

Callum, Rachael, Murron, Ian, Corrie, Rosie, Jake, Marta, Finlay, Ellen, Rory, Maddy, Christopher, Harry, Paddy, Lewis, Catriona and Mrs McKerron and Miss Kerr

Saturday, 21 March 2009

'Getting to know you'


Hi from Year 4.4


We would like to ask you the following questions please...


  1. What are your names?
  2. How old are you?
  3. Are there any poor people in Scotland?
  4. In which season are you?
  5. Where do you live, in a town or a village?
  6. Are there a lot of people where you live?
  7. Do you have a mayor?
  8. We heard that in Scotland there is 'Loch Ness Monster' - is there a real monster in a lake?
  9. Do you live near this lake?
  10. Do you have concerts in school - we are preparing a musical called 'First Kids in Space'?
  11. Why do you like Scotland?
  12. Do you have old temples?
  13. Do you have a national bird, tree, flower and poet?
  14. Which is your national anthem?
  15. In which language do you speak?
  16. How do you go to school - by bus or by bike?
  17. What cars do you have?
  18. Do you have football grounds?
  19. What do you like to play?
  20. What is your favourite food?
  21. Which is your capital city?

(the list would go on and on.... please feel free which questions to answer)


Thanks from all of us!






Monday, 16 March 2009

Hello from Scotland




Hello

Thank you for your video. It was great to watch. Your island is smaller than Scotland but looks lovely. It is very cold and rainy in Scotland most of the year. Our emblem is a thistle and yours is very similar. We are all in Primary 2 at Yester Primary School in Gifford. What is your school called?

We look forward to hearing from you.

Primary 2