Din is-sena xi studenti mill-JES u li s-sena l-oħra temmew b’suċċess il-Food Handling Course ħadu sehem b’mod iktar impenjattiv mis-soltu fil-Ftira Day. Dan għaliex l-istudenti kienu nvoluti mill-bidunett ta’ din l-attivita’ billi raw x’hemm bżonn jinxtara u xi ppreparamenti huma meħtieġa biex din l-attivitá tkun kompluta. Għalhekk ġurnata qabel l-attivitá l-istudenti flimkien mal-għalliema marru jixtru l-ingredjenti kollha. Fil-ġurnata tal-attivitá l-istudenti bdew minn filgħodu jippreparaw l-ftajjar għal sħabhom l-istudenti kif ukoll għall-għalliema. Kienet esperjenza oħra fejn l-istudenti wrew ħiliet differenti u b’hekk l-attivita’ kienet suċċess.
Three students visited Noah’s Ark Animal Sanctuary on 29/10/14 on behalf of the Centre to deliver dog food and blanket donations. These were donated by the Centre’s team of students, staff and parents as part of the Centre’s Animal Awareness initiatives. Further similar activities both in-house as well as with our extended community will be held regularly at the Centre as part of our commitment towards animal awareness.
On Thursday 23rd October, three students had the opportunity to plant three Holm Oak trees at our Centre. Our aim is to safeguard indigenous trees such as Holm Oak which are very rare and are only found in the limits of Wardija and St. Paul’s Bay. The plants being planted are the ones some parents offered to foster during the summer holidays 2014. Both activities make part of the LEAF project. From this activity, the students learnt more about trees specifically about Holm Oak trees and also how to plant them.
|October 29, 2014|
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