JOANNIDES NICOLETTA  (Head of the Greek Department)


University of Athens, Greece

University of Hull, UK


EVANGELOU MARIA (Greek Language)

BA of Thessaloniki, Greece



Aristotelion University Thessaloniki

Degree History – Archaeology

Master Degree: History peninsula of Haemus and Turkology


NICOLAOU LOUKIA (Greek Language)

BA University of Athens, Greece




University of Athens, Greece

Birmingham University, UK


TSANGARI YIOTA (Greek Language)

BA, MA University of Crete, Greece


TSINGI KATERINA (Greek Language)

University of Ioannina

Philosophy, Education and Psychology

University of Nicosia

Public Administration (MPA)



Theology and Religious Studies

University of Athens

Med Curriculum Development and Instruction in Frederick University

Greek Language & History

Year 1,2,3:  During the first three grades students are placed in the advanced (Greek speakers) or the beginners’ (Non greek) group depending on the level of competence in the Greek language.  The advanced group follows the curriculum prescribed by the Ministry of Education.  In the beginners’ group an effort is made by the students to attain a satisfactory level of understanding of the Greek language and grammar having as an aim the GCSE exam as a second language in Year 5.

Year 4 & 5:  Two year course during which students are prepared for the Modern Greek IGCSE and the GCSE as a second language.

IGCSE è The exam consists of two papers

Paper 1 – Reading Comprehension, Summary and Grammar.

Paper 2 – Two writing tasks (Compositions)


GCSE è The exam consists of four equally marked parts (25% each)

Paper 1 è Listening and Understanding

Paper 2 è Speaking

Paper 3 è Reading and Understanding

Paper 4 è Writing


In Year 5 and 6 they will begin preparation for the International Advanced Level / Greek, in order to take the appropriate exam at the end of Year 6.

The Exam consists of:

(1)       Paper 1 IAS Level(reading, grammar, writing)

(2)       Paper 2 IA2 Level (translation, essay, composition, research based essay – Kavafis Essay)


Year 7:  Students are prepared for the Certification of Greek Language (Very Good knowledge)

The paper consists of: (1) Writing task (Composition)

(2) Comprehension / Summary

(3)   Vocabulary



Students are taught Religious studies from year one to year three. Our school follows the curriculum approved by the Cypriot Ministry of Education and Culture. Students encounter didactic stories from the Holy Bible and the lives of a wide selection of Saints of Christianity. In addition, in year three they briefly come across the beliefs of other Religions. During the academic year students have the opportunity to go to church before the Christmas and Easter periods.  If a foreign student does not wish to take part in the lesson due to different religious beliefs or difficulty in understanding the Greek language, he/she may do so after their parent/guardian has spoken to the school’s office.