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Math Awards!

This year, the Math department participated in numerous competitions with commendable results!????

We would like to congratulate all our students who participated in these competitions. We are very proud of the effort you have put in and for representing the school with honor. Additionally, we would like to express our gratitude to our teachers for their unwavering dedication and support! ????‍????

**Mathematics Regional Competition 2023-2024**

  1. Kira Garshina – Year 3 – Silver Medal
  2. Stepan Trofimov – Year 3 – Praise

These students qualified for the Pancyprian competition, and notably, one of our
students, Stepan Trofimov, qualified for the next stage: the Selection Competitions for the IMC and
JMBO National Competitions.

The selection process consisted of six examinations, and we are still
awaiting the results. Regardless of the outcome, we are very proud of his performance!

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Med High also participated for the first time in the European Statistics Competition with 2 teams.
Despite the students young age and limited knowledge of statistics up to January, the Year 3 statistics group performed exceptionally well.

 

**European Statistics Competition 2024**

Failed Expirements

  1. Damians Romanovs
  2. Maksym Zakharov
  3. Sofia Makrieva

Outliars

  1. Stepan Trofimov
  2. Kira Garshina
  3. Kseniia Pastukova

We are pleased to announce that, for the first time, we achieved 10th place out of 75 schools in the
Mathematics Relay Competition, which included a team of nine of our students.

 

**Mathematics Relay Competition 2024 (10th place)**

Year 1

  1. Roman Gryshko
  2. Daniil Knizhnik
  3. Zahar Goryachev

Year 2

  1. Stella Linnyk
  2. Oleksandra Volosian
  3. Dmitrii Stiufliaev

Year 3

  1. Kira Garshina
  2. Stepan Trofimov
  3. Kseniia Pastukova

 

**International Mathematics Kangourou Competition 2024**

  1. Roman Gryshko – Bronze Medal
  2. Stepan Trofimov – Silver Medal
  3. Kseniia Pastukova – Bronze Medal

 

Lastly, we participated in the Cyprus Mathematics Olympiad 2024, and we are currently awaiting the
results.

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In conclusion, it has been a highly successful year!

Our Math department is committed to continuing its support and guidance for our students, encouraging them to challenge themselves and participate in such competitions where they can thrive and reach the highest of their abilities as students of Med High International English
School!

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Transition Day!

Grade 6 students had the opportunity to experience the life of ‘a high-schooler’ during the Transition Taster Day!

It is Med High Schools’ sincere belief that we support our children at times of change in their young lives. We work to nurture their spirit, self-confidence and minds.

Moving from Grade 6 Junior to Year 1 High School can be both daunting and overwhelming. Mrs Effie Georgiou and Mr Steve Penn along with experienced Year Leaders work together with the aim of supporting the academic curricula (subject changes), the social and the emotional changes!

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Easter Egg Hunt: Grade 6 Hosts a Sweet Adventure

On the last day of school before our Easter break, Med High Grade 6 students organized a delightful Easter Egg Hunt for all the junior school classes. The event, filled with excitement and joy, marked a fun and festive end to the term.

The Grade 6 students took turns hiding chocolate eggs and watched as their younger peers eagerly scoured their classrooms searching for the hidden treasures. Each time a student found a chocolate egg they exchanged it with Grade 6 teacher, Mrs. Maria, for even more chocolate, adding to the thrill and excitement of the hunt.

The Easter Egg Hunt was a huge success, with smiles and laughter echoing throughout the school, and we thank the Grade 6 students and Mrs. Maria for organizing such a memorable event!

 

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Regional and Pancyprian Mathematics Competition Results

Our students were honored with awards at this year’s Regional and Pancyprian Mathematics competition during a ceremony held at Ayiou Georgiou Leceym, hosted by the Cyprus Mathematical Society.

Wang Mia Waner, Grade 5, achieved 3rd Place.
Maria Belikova, Grade 6, received Praise.
Kira Garshina, Year 3, attained 2nd Place.
Stepan Trofimov, Year 3, received Praise.

We extend our heartfelt congratulations to our diligent students and commend our teachers for their unwavering commitment and dedication!

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Pre-School Cultural Evening Extravaganza: A World of Wonder

Med High Pre-School hosted a vibrant and enlightening Cultural Evening in the main campus yard. Each class presented a unique country, showcasing their year-long studies through captivating performances and displays. Parents and spectators were treated to an evening of diverse cultures, as the young students transported everyone around the world with their engaging presentations.

 

Nursery Class: Hawaii

The Nursery Class took us to the stunning tropical paradise of Hawaii, also known as the “Big Island.” Their presentation was a delightful exploration of hula dancing, surfing, and coconut trees, capturing the enchanting charm of this beautiful island. The children’s enthusiasm and colorful costumes brought the spirit of Hawaii to life, leaving the audience mesmerized.

 

Nursery Plus: England

Nursery Plus ventured to England, where they showcased iconic landmarks and the rich cultural heritage of the country. The children embarked on a journey aboard the famous big red bus, visiting the Lionesses and even having a royal encounter with the King. Their performance was a delightful homage to England, filled with charm and excitement.

 

Pre-Kindergarten: Spain

The Pre-Kindergarten class took spectators on an adventurous trip around Spain. Throughout the year, the students studied Spain’s rich culture and history. Their presentation included a tour bus adventure, stopping at various landmarks and learning about Spain’s famous traditions along the way. The vibrant costumes and enthusiastic performances made for an unforgettable journey.

 

Kindergarten: Ancient Egypt

Kindergarten students navigated the banks of the Nile River, unveiling the marvels of Ancient Egypt. Their presentation delved into the wonders of this historic civilization, showcasing pyramids, pharaohs, and ancient Egyptian traditions. The children’s fascination with the topic was evident, making their performance both educational and engaging.

 

Pre-Primary A: China

Pre-Primary A transported everyone to China, showcasing traditional dancing, historical martial arts, and rich cultural traditions. The students demonstrated their knowledge of China’s history and culture with grace and enthusiasm. The vibrant costumes and dynamic performances highlighted the depth of their studies and their appreciation for Chinese heritage.

 

Pre-Primary B: Scotland

Pre-Primary B explored the enchanting land of Scotland. From the majestic Edinburgh Castle to the mystical beauty of the Loch Ness Monster, the children took the audience on a journey through Scotland’s major sites. They traversed the highlands, adorned the wildlife, and ventured to the islands to visit fairies. Their presentation was a wonderful blend of rugged landscapes and rich history, capturing the essence of Scotland.

 

The Cultural Evening was a resounding success, showcasing the hard work and creativity of both the students and their teachers. Each class brought their chosen country to life, providing a memorable and educational experience for all who attended.

We would like to extend our appreciations to all the parents and teachers involved in making this evening a success!

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