Archives for Apr,2022

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Our teachers and pupils are constantly evolving and progressing!

They collaborated to create 31 Early Readers that may be utilized as early as the first weeks of learning letter-sounds. The stories feature vibrant illustrations made by Med High pupils using their imagination and artistic creativity.

When Antonia Hadjikyriacou and Ane Murillo began working on the illustrations, they were just six years old. Their devotion, co-operation, and enthusiasm to produce some wonderful works of art made their teacher and writer, Marilena Savva, extremely proud!

Each book includes explicit tips for recognising and identifying sounds, as well as reinforcement of new words. There are no other books on the market that offer such a benefit, since the series contains seven levels, beginning with only six letter-sounds. An excellent resource for any pupil learning to read!


Text © Marilena Savva 2020

Illustrations © Antonia Hadjikyriacou and Ane Murillo

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Students from Le Carbet school in Martinique decided to research and present Cyprus during their European languages week.

Part of the text reads: ‘We have chosen this country because during our Erasmus week in Martinique we met wonderful people who come from Larnaca in Cyprus. They taught us some Greek words and we fell in love with this country and it’s culture.’

From our part, we are touched and humbled by this connection!

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In our efforts to further the exchange of best practices as well as European cooperation overall, we are thrilled to announce the launching of our new eTwinning project that will take place from March to October of 2022.

The project aims to bring students from Cyprus, Italy and Croatia together to find connections between our cultures and customs, explore the idea of globalization and enhance our understanding of inclusion.

Another goal of the project is to act as a forum for teachers so they can exchange ideas and best practices in order to enrich their teaching skills.

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Med High Charity Club will be holding a food drive for families in need and also for the charity ‘Oasis Larnaca’ who support local refugees.

From Monday 11th until Friday 15th April we will be collecting dry foods including: Flour, rice, sugar beans, lentils, oil, long life milk, tomato paste but also baby and hygiene items such as nappies, shampoos and soaps.

There will be Charity Club ‘drop-off’ tables in the front of both Med High School and Pre-school for your kind donations which we thank you for in advance.

As a school we believe it is important for our students to become empathetic and responsible citizens of our community which we encourage through volunteer and charity work!

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Year 2 students have taken part in a competition “Κάν’ το ν’ ακουστεί 2022“ (Can’t Be Heard 2022).

Our students have dedicated many hours of their own personal time to craft this poignant video that raises awareness of the inherent diversity that exists around our world and how every child’s journey of life differs, depending on their nationality, culture and country. Words cannot express how proud we are for their commitment, maturity and empathy throughout the process.

A significant part of the competition is the public’s valued opinion. As a sign of support, we would appreciate your vote!

In order to vote:
2. Scroll down to 7371. “Ταξιδεύοντας μέσα από τη διαφορετικότητα – MedHigh Private English School”
3. Click play to hear our recording!
4. At some point an empty heart will appear, and you can click on it to vote for our recording.
*Have in mind, if more than one person is on the same Wi-Fi network you can only vote once. In this case you can use your personal 4G to vote separately.*
Thank you!
You may also watch the video created by following the link below:
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We can’t reiterate enough the significance of European cooperation, especially under the Erasmus umbrella.

Students, accompanied by their teacher Mr. Antonios Charalambous, were able to actively participate in a mobility aptly titled: ‘From stereotypes to open-mindedness and respect’ which is part of our wider ‘Europe, Let’s Stay Together’ project.

At an age of rising global tensions and increased xenophobia our students explored the danger of stereotypes (even benign ones) and examined tools that can help our societies overcome them. The group also enjoyed the natural beauty of Ireland and most importantly created bonds and memories to last a lifetime.

We can’t thank our friends at Mount Mercy College enough!


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