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  •  Year 4  Poems
    Jien jisimni Vanessa u jgħiduli prinċipessa, b’libsa twila u sabiħa, kemm inħobb nagħmel il-fwieħa. Għall-kolazzjon kuljum nieħu tuffieħa. Immur il-ballu u t-tiġijiet, u ma tonqosx xi żjara lin-nanniet. Wara lura għall-kastell, nilgħab bl-aqwa […]
  • Messaġġ lill-Poeta 
    Waqt il-lezzjoni tal-Malti, l-istudenti tad-disa’ sena għadhom kif ħadmu fuq il-poeżija “Demgħat tas-Silġ” ta’ Mario Azzopardi. Wara li bħala klassi, iddiskutejna u analizzajna l-poeżija, l-istudenti ġew mistiedna jiktbu messaġġ lill-poeta. Mhux messaġġ kwalunkwe! […]
  • Teacher that Inspired Me Most
    Raquel Buhagiar – St Mark – Form 1 Lots of teachers have influenced me throughout my life but the teacher that has inspired me most is my kind-hearted mum. All my teachers had […]
  • Adolescent girls have the right to a safe, educated, and healthy life.
    Leah Formosa Form 3 St. Cecilia “Girls and women’s rights are important!” How I love this sentence! Although, it wasn’t always this way. Hundreds of years ago, women and teen girls weren’t accepted […]
  • Coral Reef Bleaching – Is it a Problem?
    When we imagine a coral reef, we normally picture large clusters of colours growing from the seabed. That is what they are supposed to look like, but due to climate change, coral reef […]
  • Students’ Play For St Francis
  • Il-Maltija
    AS part of the school’s participation in the Erasmus Project Tell me a Story, students attending Our Lady Immaculate School prepared the traditional dance Il-Maltija.  A number of local and international school participated […]
  • Having fun while learning French
    In form 2, during lessons for French, the topic ‘At the restaurant’ was covered during the second term.  Should any of the students visit France, the vocabulary and grammar learnt in this topic […]
  • Silk Worms
    Article by Natalya Mallia Three years ago, I wanted to start breeding Silk Worms. Silk worms are the source of silk and millions of them are killed every year to create silk. They […]
  • Being a Student During a Pandemic
    Poems by some of the students in Year 7 St. Matthew – about being a student during a pandemic Once I was  by Estella Attard  Once I was at school reading a book,  […]
  • Litterless Photos by our Students
    As part of this year’s Litterless project we embarked on a project to raise awareness of litter in our country. We have asked our students to take photos of the litter that they […]
  • Could Covid Improve Our Earth?
    Article written by Cesca Vassallo Form 4 Our Lady Immaculate School Student             Have you ever stopped to consider how the Covid-19 pandemic has changed the way we live? Have you noticed that […]
  • Street Litter
    Written by: Miraine Farrugia and Hale Bonello Our Lady Immaculate School Hamrun Street litter includes all the waste materials that are thrown away irresponsibly, especially those thrown away in the streets. The smallest […]
  • The costly litter issue of family picnics and barbecues.
    By: Mattea Portelli (Our Lady Immaculate School, Hamrun) Maltese families enjoy outdoor outings all year round on beaches and in the countryside. Unfortunately, not all people have the decency to clean up before […]
  • Poeziji Qosra – Garde 5
    Kitba ta’poeziji qosra miktuba minn Grade 5 St Bernadette.
  • Art Work
    Beautiful artwork by Samantha Attard Form 1 student. If you have any work that you would like to display on TheVoice website do not hesitate to contact us.
  • Christmas is Forever
    by Amber Bezzina Christmas is forever ,not just for a dayEven though after December it goes away.This holiday comes with a lot of hollyBut that’s not the only reason to be jolly.In some […]
  • I Love My School
    Two Poems By Sophie Giordmaina, Gr. 5, St. Bernadette I love my school, It’s really cool. The teachers here are like sugar and spice, But most I like that they are very nice. […]
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