"CHILDREN MUST BE TAUGHT HOW TO THINK, NOT WHAT TO THINK"
Margaret Mead

primary6The time your child will spend in primary education is exciting, challenging, rewarding and fulfilling. It is, after all, the most important period of your child's life as well as in the life of your family. We want our children to enjoy school, to be happy, to have self-esteem and to develop confidence in themselves and their abilities. We acknowledge children as individuals that have differing strengths and weaknesses. We will support them in achieving their full potential, guiding them to give their best by appreciating what they do well and helping them see how they could do better.

Children's educational results are maximised wherever parents are actively involved in the school and so we strive to forge solid partnerships between children, teachers and parents, enabling them to actively participate together for a positive educational outcome. We work to give children a thorough grounding in basic skills; to develop a lively interest and curiosity about the world in which they live and to develop a love of learning that will stay with them throughout their lives.

Curriculum Structure

Age Stage Class
4+ Pre-School Reception
5+ Key Stage 1 Year 1
6+ Key Stage 1 Year 2
7+ Key Stage 2 Year 3
8+ Key Stage 2 Year 4
9+ Key Stage 2 Year 5
10+ Key Stage 2 Year 6

Key Stage 1
This stage comprises of the first two years of Primary School.  Children between the ages of 5 and 7 will study the Core Curriculum subjects which are: English, Mathematics, Science and Greek for Natives.

Other Foundation Curricular subjects include: Greek as a second language for non- natives, Geography, History, Information and Communications Technology (ICT), Music, Art, Physical Education, Dance & Movement, Yoga and Greek as a second language.

Key Stage 2
This stage is the final four years of Primary School. The same subjects are taught as in Key Stage 1, with the addition of French and Drama, in which children from year 4 and upwards study.

• Specialist teachers are employed to teach Greek, French, Music, ICT, Drama, Yoga, Dance and Movement and Physical Education.

We also provide an excellent learning support system for pupils who require extra help.
Children with no English are taught English Immersion for two periods a day to improve on the level of the English.

Core Subjects

Literacy – Numeracy – Science – Geography – History – Greek – Art – ICT – Sports  French- Dance and Movement - Yoga


BRICKS FOR KIDS
Bricks4Kidz-LogoKidz® After-School Classes build on the universal popularity of LEGO®Bricks to deliver high quality, educational play. Every class is a fun, enriching experience for your child, building new projects each week based on a 6-week theme, using the classic bricks loved by generations of children.


CHESS CLUB
indexWe offer chess club, after school hours with our instructor, Vassilis Aristotelous, a six-time member of the National Olympiad Team, Cyprus Chess Champion 2008, FIDE Instructor and Arbiter, has started teaching chess to our children in the Primary School.

Find out more by asking one of our staff members for information.

VICTORY FOOTBALL

American Academy and Victory Football have teamed up to provide for the student body the AA Junior Victory, a recreational football program for boys ages 6 to 12 years. Regular training sessions are held, as well as an inner-club league, in order to help AA players reach their fullest potential in sport and life.

The motto of AA Junior Victory is “Football, Fun, Foundation”

THE LITTLE FASHIONISTAS
The aim of the program is to teach children the principles of Sewing, Fashion & Design and the most important, to discover a lasting skill.

Find out more by asking one of our staff members for information..


 

 

Transport Service
Transport to school available upon request (One/Two way)
Food Service
Lunch service is available to our students upon request.
After School Care
After School Hours (13:45 - 18:00)

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