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St.Francis School B'kara, 16, Triq l-Imnajjar, B'Kara. Tel No. 21442205 E-mail: stfranbk@melita.com. Web page © November 2008
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This website is the fruit of dedicated work of the teachers and parents of St.Francis School, B'Kara. It has been created with the idea of giving an insight to all the hard work and initiatives being carried out in our school, while at the same time giving our students a safe site where they can find activities, information and educational games so that they might surf without problems or fear.

Within this site you will find information about the school and its history, information about what goes on in the school, as well as fun areas for the children, including crafts, health tips and games. Please do take time and have a look because there should be something for all tastes.  So, welcome to our school website, and enjoy!
Mrs. Veronique DeGabriele Ferrante, ICT Teacher

School Anthem
Fruit Salad Day

Dated: 07.03.2013
Bierek Ġesu', din l-iskola illum,
biex mit-tajjeb hija dejjem tmur aħjar.
Bierek missier Inti mis-smewwiet,
lit-tfal kollha li jimlew dal-klassijiet.

Biex fi klima ferriħija
fil-fjur tagħna tat-tfulija
nitrabbew edukati tassew.

Bħal San Franġisk
għinna nħobbu 'l ħolqien,
u nitgħallmu 'l ambjent
intuħ ħarsien

Bħal San Franġisk
għinna nsibu l-ferh biss
fik Ġesu, X'ħin narawk
fuq Kurċifiss.

Bierek Int lil ġenituri
għalliema w sorijiet
ħalli jaħdmu għal ġid tagħna id f'id.
Bierek lilna l-istudenti
ħalli nkunu sew attenti

U din l-iskola
Timxi dejjem 'l quddiem.
U din l-iskola
Timxi dejjem 'l quddiem.


Kliem ta': Joe C. Aquilina  26-5-1994


St. Francis School’s Medieval Room
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April Video added

Dated: 25.04.2014
Ekoskola February Circular
Prinjolata Day

Dated: 28.02.2014
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On architectural grounds this room can be dated to Late Medieval or Early Modern times, possibly between 1450 and 1550 AD. The Maltese Medieval period starts with the downfall of the Roman empire in the 6th century AD and ends with the arrival of the Knights of St John in 1530. Many people lived in caves or in huts built of rubble, but the wealthier lived in farmhouses or in sophisticated palazzi like Santa Sofia, Gatto Murina, Inguanez and Falzon in Mdina.
Coffee Morning

Dated: 18.03.2014