Archives for Dec,2021

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Congratulations to Med High student Sojna Zhiyenbayeva, winner of the International tennis tournament under 16!

We wish you the best of luck as you compete in the Australian Open next week!


Photo credit: Photos Kallias Tennis Academy – Larnaca

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Junior School: ICT and ENGLISH
cross-curricular typing activity.

The Grade 4 students are typing their informational texts on tablets practising this way their basic word processing skills during the ICT lesson.

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Our Eco-committee had a mission to enlighten our students on the reasons to recycle, and more specifically how to use the recycling bins in the school.

This was accomplished by 5 minute ‘commercials’ which they presented to both Med High and Med Junior students.

Our Eco-warriors were especially impressed with the enthusiasm and knowledge shown by the younger children, giving them hope for a greener future!







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Med High students, along with their teachers, had the chance to take part in a massively rewarding Erasmus visit to our partner school in Erlangen.

Erasmus+ has benefited our school greatly as we’ve had the opportunity to exchange ideas, collaborate on different projects together, visit new places and meet interesting people from all over Europe.

A very big thank you goes out to FOS/BOS school in Erlangen, Germany!

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A massive thank you to everyone who gave blood at this years Med High Annual Blood Drive. Your simple donations could drastically improve the situation for people in need.

Thank you also to the ΣΕΑΔ Λάρνακας / SEAD Larnacas team for coming to our school for the blood drive.


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Today, to celebrate the International Day of Human Rights and within the context of our Human Rights Week, history and politics students took part in three parallel human rights conferences under the supervision and the guidance of the Humanities Department.

Students researched the questions of protecting human rights during war, establishing environmental rights and the issue of gender inequality and debated these issues in a role playing UN simulation.

Congratulations to all the students and teachers for their role in these mind provoking debates!
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