Harry’s Day Fundraising Charities

#HarrysDay’ is an event not only dedicated to our beloved graduate Harry Costa who passed away from cancer at the age of twenty one, but also other members of the Med High family who we sadly lost too soon. It has become a Med High tradition to celebrate the life of these students through charity fundraising.
This year we will be supporting two Autism Charities – Autism Society Of Larnaca and a local support centre run by the Cyprus Autism Association.
Autism, or Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD), refers to a range of neurodevelopmental conditions that are characterized by challenges with social skills, repetitive behaviors, speech and nonverbal communication. It has been estimated that 1 in 100 children has ASD (Zeidan et al 2022) although each case is unique in its symptoms and levels of severity. The level of support for ASD children in Cyprus is limited which is why we have chosen to raise money for two local charities who are striving to educate the public on this condition and also to make life easier for these often misunderstood children.
Your support in buying Harry’s Day t-shirts can make a difference to these charities but also keep alive the memory of our students who passed away before their time.
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Skylink Services Ltd Sponsorship!

The director of Skylink Services Ltd, Mrs Emily Kyriacou Mavros, presented our Principal and Finance Department with the sponsorship cheque for our ‘#HarrysDay’ event.

Due to this generosity 100% of the proceeds from the sales of the ‘Harrys Day’ t-shirts will go to our chosen charities!

This year we are supporting two Autism Charities, the Autism Society Of Larnaca and a local support centre run by the Cyprus Autism Association.

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Design and Technology students have been busy!

High School:
Design and Technology students have been busy!
Year 3’s coursework activity to create a wall clock to boost their creativity and technical skills.
Year 5’s ‘Go Bridge Challenge’ group activity, becoming familiar with engineering by designing their own bridges. The challenge was to create them with spaghetti!
At the end of the challenge, we tested out the bridges to see if they could stand the necessary loads.
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