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Annual Summer Camp

After an absence of 3 years, the very excited Grade 5 & 6 pupils went on the annual Summer Camp at the Scouts Camping Site in Kornos on the weekend of 2nd to the 4th of June.

Children enjoyed an action-packed weekend learning how to tie knots, baking bread, completing a challenging commando course and cooking marshmallows on a camp fire among other fun activities.

We would like to thank the members of  the Larnaca 279 Scouts Pack for organising events and creating unforgettable experiences for our children.


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Larnaca Archives

Larnaca – The past and the present

The Grade 5 and Grade 6 Advanced Greek classes visited the Phivos Stavrides Foundation – Larnaca Archives.

Under the unique and engaging guidance of the Director of the Foundation, Iosif Hadjikyriakos, the children delved into the fascinating past of our very own Larnaca. 

Through mesmerising recounts, precious artifacts and well-preserved documents, the children were introduced to the well-hidden, yet so worthy of exploring, history of Larnaca.  

Thank you to the Phivos Stavrides Foundation – Larnaca Archives and the Director Iosif Hadjikyriakos for the invaluable experience.

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Out at sea ⛵

Thank you to Nautical Club of Larnaca – Ναυτικός Όμιλος Λάρνακας for offering an unforgettable sailing experience to our Grade 6 students, as part of their prize for winning the competition “Naming a local reef”.
The children were introduced to the sailing and kayaking equipment and were instructed how to sail. With the help of professional instructors they happily ventured into the open sea on kayaks and sailing boats.
What a great way to spend Sunday morning!
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1st prize for Iris!

1st prize for Iris!

The students of the Grade 6 Greek advanced class won the 1st prize in the competition “Name a local reef”.

The competition was organised by CMMI (Cyprus Marine and Maritime Institute) and the Ministry of Education. It was addressed to all Primary Schools in the Larnaca and Famagusta area.

The students chose the name Iris, a sea deity associated with the colours of the rainbow. The vibrant colours of the rainbow are abundant on the habitat’s colourful sea sponges. Also, iris is the scientific name for the coloured part of the eye. The shape of the iris resembles the shape of the reef’s naturally formed arches.

The children worked under the guidance of their Greek teacher, Mrs Eri Nomikou.

We are very proud of our Gr. 6 students’ accomplishment! Congratulations!

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Erasmus+ Conference Simulation

One of our greatest initiatives here at Med High are our cross curricular projects. As leaders in cross curricular learning, we devote ample time in developing crucial 21st century skills via inter departmental collaborations.
Our Erasmus+ visitors were able to observe a cross curricular conference simulation organized by the Humanities, Science and Languages Departments. The theme of our conference was ‘Climate Change and Food Security’.
Congratulations to our Year 3 students for preparing so meticulously over the past few weeks and a big thank you to Mrs. Effie Georgiou, Mrs. Koulla Andronicou, Mr. Moysis Pitsillos and Mrs. Angela Ioannou for guiding them.
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