Sunday, January 20, 2019

I am a little snowman
(A' class - B' class)

Christmas may be over but on the top of Mount Parnitha there is still some snow!πŸ˜ƒ
Here's a great song to learn by doing! Click on the link below and sing along!

 I’m a little snowman, look at me.
These are my buttons, 1 2 3.
These are my eyes and this is my nose.
I wear a hat and scarf. Brrr…it’s cold!

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Friday, December 21, 2018

Christmas timeπŸ˜ƒ

Warm wishes for a Happy Holiday Season to educators, students and parents! 
May the New Year 2019 bring health, love and smiles to the children all over the world!

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Here are two lovely seasonal songs :

Frank Sinatra hopes this Christmas is ...white! So do we! 


a melodic a cappella song by Pentatonix Christmas to me

Finally,  Peppa's Christmas! πŸ’œπŸ’œπŸ’œπŸ’œπŸ’œ    for our junior friends so that they practise their English!

Tuesday, November 13, 2018

Stay safe online!
(6th Grade)
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Nowadays children spend a great deal of their time using their computers: they listen to music, play computer games, chat and use the social media with ease. It is, therefore, of high importance to make sure that they know how to use the internet safely and responsibly being able to protect themselves against inappropriate online content/behaviour.

Here are top five tips for staying safe online proposed by

1. Be nice! Treat people online as you do in real life.
2. Don’t post anything online that you wouldn’t want people in real life to see.
3. Check your privacy and security settings on social media sites and keep them as private as possible. Make sure you know exactly who can see your posts.
4. Don’t ever post personal information like your home address, your email or your phone number.
5. If you see something online that worries or upsets you, tell an adult about it straight away.

Check this GREAT song sharing messages about online safety:  I like it 
(It was created by members of GMCBeats rap workshops and Webwise Ireland)

Thursday, November 1, 2018

Happy Halloween!

Though not a Greek tradition, Halloween has been very popular with youngsters in Greece lately!
We also celebrated Halloween in our English classes with candies, a pumpkin latern, activities, painting and singing!
You may sing along with trick-or-treaters in this catchy song Knock knock, trick or treat!

P.S. Many thanks to Ms Stella for providing us with a super spooky pumpkin latern!

Saturday, October 27, 2018

My school!

Last week the 4th graders were asked to work in groups and prepare a project presenting their school. 
Keep up the good work, guys!