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Med High School Afternoon Workshop

Med High School acknowledges the difficulties of coordinating your child’s afternoon
activities and offers a solution with our Afternoon Workshop.
 
We will transport your child from their school to Med High, offer them lunch and supervise them while they do their homework. They will then have the opportunity to do an array of lessons and activities including English, Russian, ICT, robotics and sports…all under one roof!
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Med High Summer School ☀️More popular than ever!

Med High Summer School has proven to be more popular than ever this year with children enjoying numerous boredom-buster activities!
 
Students from Cyprus and across the world have the opportunity to experience art, crafts, drama, music, dance, ball games, tennis, swimming, camping skills, science experiments, and intensive English.
 
Definitely a stimulating and exciting way to beat those long summer blues! ☀️
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‘The apple doesn’t fall far from the tree’

The proverb ‘The apple doesn’t fall far from the tree’ is one that definitely applies to Grade 1 teacher Tracy Larn and her son, Ben Woodhouse (Med High Graduate 2017).
 
Tracy, one of our most respected and loved members of staff, has passed on her passion for primary education to Ben who graduated from Manchester Metropolitan University with a ‘Bachelor of Arts in Primary Education.’
 
Ben is currently working as a primary teacher in the U.K and thoroughly enjoying it! We wish him every success in his career choice and hope that perhaps one day in the future he will return to Med High as a member of staff!
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We are honoured to have taken part in the Royal visit of the Earl of Wessex!

Students participating in the Duke of Edinburgh Award had the opportunity to speak to the Earl about their award.
 
The Earl also personally awarded a few outstanding students all over the island who completed the prestigious Gold Award.
 
Congratulations to our very own Raphaella Gregoriou, who truly encompasses the very spirit of the Award!
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