Year 6 students receive valuable information on living and studying in Europe
Our Year 6 students were recently treated to an insightful presentation on living and studying in Europe. Organized by Ms Vanessa Crambert (Head of the MFL department), the session was a great success, thanks to the contributions of Stalo Achilleos and Stephanie Constantinides.
During the presentation, the students learned about the various European countries, their cultures, and the education system. Ms Constantinides, who has lived and studied in various European countries, shared her experiences and gave valuable tips to the students on how to adjust to living and studying in a foreign country.
The presentation was part of the school's PSCHE (Personal, Social, Citizenship and Health Education) program, which aims to equip students with the skills and knowledge they need to lead successful and fulfilling lives.
Both Ms Popi Grouta and Ms Shura Economou are very grateful to Ms Vanessa Crambert, Ms Stalo Achilleos and Ms Stephanie Constantinides for their contributions to the PSCHE program. Our students were engaged and enthusiastic throughout the presentation, and we believe that they gained a lot of valuable insights that will serve them well in the future.
Our School is committed to providing its students with a well-rounded education that prepares them for success in all areas of life. The PSCHE program is just one example of the school's commitment to this goal.
At The English School, we believe that education goes beyond the classroom and that it is our responsibility to help our students develop the skills and knowledge they need to thrive in an ever-changing world.
The Year 6 students who attended the presentation were grateful for the opportunity to learn about living and studying in Europe.
Overall, the presentation was a great success, and the school looks forward to providing similar opportunities to its students in the future.