Our students were informed about our participation in the Erasmus+ project and they were urged to enter a Logo competition. Many of our students of upper classes readily showed willingness and created many inspired logos. After voting they selected the winner logo of our school.
We conducted class elections and each class selected its representatives. The representatives had the chance to run a pre-election campaign and after voting we selected our student’s council. The council prepared its activity schedule for the school year 2016-17.
At the beginning of the school year students were asked to mention what they knew about the countries of our partners.
Orientation trip for the Student Council
The members of the school’s Student Council went on an orientation trip at the village’s park so as to get to know each other better.
Day of colors
The Student Council decided that once a month students will not wear their school’s uniform. They named that day “Day of colors” and on that day students can wear whatever they like.
The Student Council decided that on the two last breaks of the school day children should be employed creatively with various games. Therefore, they prepared boxes with games and they assigned each box to every class. At the end of each week classes will exchange their boxes. This way children will have the opportunity to play with various games and they won’t get bored during their breaks.
My inspirational teacher
Our students wrote some great essays about their inspirational teacher. Here are some examples from the essays that the students of classes A, B'1, C, D, E'1 and E’2 wrote.
A visit to the House of Representatives
The students of the 6th grade visited the House of Representatives. An official explained them the way the Parliament works in Cyprus and the children had the chance to vote for a resolution concerning the children’s rights in Syria. Also the member of the parliament Mr Demetris Demetriou talked to them and asked them to explain to him the actions of our School’s Council.
How to make a Christmas’s ornament.
Find a simple Christmas design, print it and cut it out.
Put it on a piece of wood and draw with a pencil its outline.
Use a hammer and place nails on the outline.
Take a piece of thick thread, in any colour you like, and begin to pass it through the nails on the outline and in the inside of the design.
When you fill in the design tie the thread on a nail and cut the rest of it.
Your ornament is ready.
Christmas charity fair
The Student Council organized a Christmas charity fair. All students made crafts and traditional sweets, that were sold during breaks. All income will be donated to a charity cause that the Student Council will decide.
Valentine’s charity fair
Children baked cookies and made truffles, and sold them at a charity fair. The fair was dedicated to love so children also made a love chain with words relevant to love. All income will be donated to a charity cause that the Student Council will decide.
Once again, the Student Council decided to organize a charity event to help children with cancer. During a school break they sold lemonade and cookies. All income will be donated to the association “One dream one wish”.
Our students participated in a sport relief in order to gather money for charity.
A day in my School Life
Here are the two stories, in English and in Greek, we have chosen to be included in the book “A Day in My School Life”.
With the beginning of the new school year we conducted elections in order to select our new student council. At first each class selected its representatives who had the chance to run a pre-election campaign. Then all the students voted for the members of the new student council. The council prepared its activity schedule for the school year 2017-18.
We celebrated Food Day by learning and investigating food waste. We conducted a small research in our homes to see whether we dispose a lot of food in the garbage. The results were rather hopeful. Although we discard some food we don’t do it all the time and in large quantities. We presented our research to the whole school and our parents. We created posters to encourage our fellow students not to waste food. We invited a well known Cypriot chef to suggest us ways to storage food and also reuse leftovers so nothing is wasted in our kitchens. We also helped him cook delicious foods with food that was going to be discarded. We invited our parents and grandmothers to the speech.
Visit to the Red Cross
Students of the 6th grade visit the head offices of Cyprus Red Cross and helped prepare ‘Bags of love’ with products that will be given to families in need.
The student council organized a Christmas bazaar. All the money collected from the bazaar will be given for a charity cause.
A traditional Cypriot game
Our students asked their grandparents to tell them traditional games. We have translated one of them so that everyone could try it on. It’s called 'ziziros'. We gathered many traditional Cypriot games and created a book out of them.
How to be Kasialos
Kasialos is a local painter famous for painting scenes from Cypriot culture. Children studied his work, recreated some of his paintings and also painted using Kasialos’s technique.
Tsiknopempti is a traditional day in Cyprus and we celebrate it since it’s the last day that we eat meat before the Easter fasting. Members of the Parents’ Association cooked traditional food for children. Also grandparents visited the school and presented traditional games to the pupils and played with them.