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We are immensely proud of the students who represented our school in the European Youth Parliament (EYP) practice session on Saturday 27/11/21, ahead of the pre-selection session in March 2022 where 26 schools will participate and 16 will be selected for the National session in August 2022. Our remarkable students, Paul Andreou, Mariia Vasyletska, Grace Ohana, Christos Kyriakou, Andrey Kokin and Denis Vshikov were the delegates for the Committee on Employment and Social Affairs. The EYP is a unique educational programme which brings young people together from all over Europe to discuss current topics in a parliamentary setting. The European Youth Parliament’s mission is to inspire and empower young people to become open-minded, tolerant and active citizens by providing a forum to develop and express their opinions on a wide range of topics, equipping them with the knowledge and skills to positively shape the world around them. Much appreciation to their teachers, Mr Panayiotou, Ms Frixou and Ms Charalambous.

 

 

 

 

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Our year 5 primary school students presented an interesting assembly about Human Rights. They used the wellknown story of Cinderella to explain how important it is to protect human rights and especially children’s rights.

Well done to the Year 5 students and their teachers.

For the month of November, the winning team is Pure Water (Blue team).

 

Our year 5 primary school students presented an interesting assembly about Human Rights. They used the wellknown story of Cinderella to explain how important it is to protect human rights and especially children’s rights.

Well done to the Year 5 students and their teachers.

For the month of November, the winning team is Pure Water (Blue team).

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While it has been proven that students who learn chess improve important abilities like sportsmanship, respect, fairness, patience, leadership, confidence, and a healthy self perception, numerous studies have shown a direct link to academic performance – particularly mathematical. At the American Academy our aims, apart from the aforementioned, are to also improve memory and concentration as well as to foster logic, planning skills and critical thinking. Well done to all the students who signed up for the extracurricular Chess Club 👏.

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American Academy wins again with spirit, enthusiasm and an excellent display of teamwork. Final score American Academy vs Logos 2-1. Congratulations to our amazing football team 👏

 

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History House Competition – Classes 1-3

Congratulations to our students in Classes 1, 2 and 3 for the excellent projects they produced! The models, paintings, dioramas, carvings and art work displayed creativity, ingenuity and a genuine love for the subject; evidence of the enthusiasm and teaching instilled by their teacher. Projects made using wood, clay, metal, 3D printing etc. depicted Ancient Egypt, Greece and Rome for Class 1, while Class 2 focused on Catholic Churches/Monasteries, Henry V111 and his wives, ships from the Spanish Armada, Elizabeth 1 and the Gunpowder Plot. Class 3 presented WW1 models of submarines, tanks, aeroplanes, trench warfare and the Somme battlefield; truly a replete display and effort. Let the judging begin…

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Our Christmas spirit started early at American Academy Secondary School this year by adorning our tree, but at the same time remembering that it’s not all about the commercialised hype with decorations. It’s a time for giving, feeling grateful and counting our blessings, as well as spreading joy; especially during these challenging times. Please join us by contributing items in the form of dry and/or tinned products under our tree, so that our students can help spread the joy felt during this festive period to those less fortunate.

 

  

 

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1st football match, American Academy vs Heritage, in the interschool secondary league. Victory for American Academy (6-1)! Well played to our team…we are so proud of you 👏

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Environmental Day at our primary school🌍! Children had the chance to hear Ms Alexandrou and Mr Kargakis from BirdLife Cyprus and Mr Costas from the Department of Forests. Our students learnt about birds in Cyprus and ways to protect our Forests. They even had the chance to adopt a flamingo. All children planted seeds using recycled water bottles.

Year 5 and Year 6 went to the Troodos Geopark.

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Our students opted to wear their own clothes for Civvies Day with proceeds for charity, specifically Agapi. In addition, our annual Beat the Legends Basketball Charity Competition took place with our Houses being promoted as well. Our teachers, Mr. Aristou and Mr. Xanthou remain undefeated. Volunteerism and charitable endeavours are greatly promoted at our school in order to increase self-esteem and provide a better understanding of how many people in our very own communities need help. Acts of philanthropy can lead to a greater feeling of self-worth because helping others is fulfilling and can help a teen reflect on what they have as well as enhance their sense of purpose. Lastly, our aim is for our students to gain more empathy and build long-term generosity

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Much appreciation to all pupils, parents and staff who supported our school in the charity event which took place today 😊

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