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Η απόκτηση αλλά και η ανακάλυψη των δεξιοτήτων των μαθητών είναι ένας από τους στόχους της Σχολής μας. Υπάρχουν εξάλλου πολλά παιδιά που επιθυμούν πρόσθετη ενασχόληση σε τομείς που τα ενδιαφέρουν. Η Σχολή προτίθεται να καλύψει κάποια από τα ενδιαφέροντά τους και ανακοινώνει εγκαίρως το πρόγραμμά της, προκειμένου οι ενδιαφερόμενοι, με γνώση πλέον της απογευματινής ζώνης, να κάνουν τις επιλογές τους και να δηλώσουν τις προτιμήσεις τους.
Οι όμιλοι που πρόκειται να λειτουργήσουν είναι:

Το Σάββατο 23 Σεπτεμβρίου 2017 στο Ισόγειο της Εθνικής Βιβλιοθήκης της Ελλάδος στο Κέντρο Πολιτισμού Ίδρυμα Σταύρος Νιάρχος από τις 10.00 έως και τις 15.00 για τον εορτασμό της Ευρωπαϊκής Ημέρας Γλωσσών!

Τη Δευτέρα 11 Σεπτεμβρίου θα πραγματοποιηθεί ο καθιερωμένος Αγιασμός!
Στις 8:00 για το Γυμνάσιο-Λύκειο, στις 10:00 για το Δημοτικό και στις 11:30 για το Νηπιαγωγείο!
Οι Αδελφές, η Διεύθυνση, οι Εκπαιδευτικοί και όλο το προσωπικό της Σχολής, ευχόμαστε καλή και δημιουργική σχολική χρονιά!

Το Μουσείο Σχολικής Ζωής και Εκπαίδευσης του ΕΚΕΔΙΣΥ, η Παιδαγωγική Εταιρεία Ελλάδος, το Ελληνικό Τμήμα της ΙΒΒΥ-Κύκλος του Ελληνικού Παιδικού Βιβλίου και η Ελληνογαλλική Σχολή Jeanne d’ Arc συνδιοργανώνουν στις 19, 20 και 21 Μαΐου 2017 στον Πειραιά το 2ο Πανελλήνιο Συνέδριο

H Σχολή μας, σε συνεργασία με τον Πειραϊκό Σύνδεσμο, διοργανώνει φέτος καλοκαιρινό camp για παιδιά ηλικίας 6-12 ετών, μετά τη λήξη της σχολικής περιόδου! Εξερευνήσεις στα βουνά της Πάρνηθας και του Υμηττού, μπάνιο στην παραλία του Σχοινιά, αθλητικές δράσεις στα γήπεδα μπάσκετ του Πειραϊκού και πολλές άλλες συναρπαστικές εμπειρίες υπό την εποπτεία έμπειρων καθηγητών φυσικής αγωγής!

Η Ελληνογαλλική Σχολή  Jeanne d' Arc,  με αίσθημα ευθύνης απέναντι στη μαθητική οικογένεια, θα χορηγήσει και φέτος υποτροφίες για μαθητές της Α΄ Γυμνασίου και όλων των τάξεων του Λυκείου.


Μενού

Εργασίες μαθητών

Projects with lots of love (A/B Junior)

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A/B Junior's activities

Colouring the Union Jack

 Christmas Crafts

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Endangered animals- B Class

 

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Our project entitled ‘life in the future’.

Our project entitled ‘life in the future’. B class, Tsekoura Eleni.

 

Life in the future has always been an intriguing subject for all age groups and especially young learners. Pooling ideas on how different aspects of life will change in the future proved to be an easy and engaging task. First, we talked in pairs about the way we imagine work, education, houses, food and travel and then we discussed our ideas as a class. Students then put their ideas in writing contributing a written paragraph each. Paragraphs were then proof read and corrected using our writing correction code before being copied on separate cardboards of different colours. In the pictures, you can see us sticking our work on a poster entitled ’life in the future’ among some pictures that we downloaded from the internet  which we coloured and cut. Finally, our poster was put up in class so that we can decorate our class and be reminded everyday of what a great job we did!

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Presenting myself

 

 

 

 

A Letter to Santa!

Μαργαρίτα Βραχνά

Άντζυ Καπίρη 

Σοφία 

Σοφία Εσκιόγλου 

Γεώργιος Δημητρίου

Όλγα Αλιφραγκή

A SCHOOL IS NOT JUST A BUILDING! IT’S MUCH MORE………

What makes up a school? The question triggered a lively class discussion. Students talked about a range of aspects: facilities, extra-curricular activities, sense of community, rules and regulations and interpersonal relations, to mention just a few. Here’s what they wrote for the school newsletter.
D.A.

It is an opportunity for us to develop our social and co-operation skills…

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Making learning fun

Our A/B junior classes make learning fun! Here are our young students learning the parts of the face while making the "potato head" and describing its characteristics! 

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“Scottish shortbread cookies”

“Scottish shortbread cookies” came up during our English class with 6th graders the other day.
Naturally, they were curious to know more. Tasting some homemade shortbread cookies was how they learnt! Quite a pleasant surprise especially for those with a sweet tooth!

 

 

Halloween 2014

On Friday the 31st of October we celebrated Halloween at our school! Our little ones carved Jack o’ lanterns and narrated spooky stories. They cut out and prepared pumpkins, spiders and witches as a part of the festivities, too.  Here are some photos of the activities they did.

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Presenting myself

Βαφειάδης Φώτης

Γιώργος

Βουσβούνη Ξανθή 

Κουτσιούκου Ειρήνη 

Ατσίδης Δημήτρης 

 

Λουκιδέλη Ελένη 

Σπυριδούλα

Αλεβιζάκης Πέτρος

Describing my home!!

Πρινέα Αγγελίνα

Χατζησάββας Παναγιώτης

Κουτσιούκου Ειρήνη 

Βαφειάδης Φώτης

Ατσίδης Δημήτρης

Λουκιδέλη Ελένη 

 

Σπυριδούλα 

 

Αλεβιζάκης Πέτρος

Describing a monster!!

Γασπαράτου Ελεάννα

Γκαντ Μαριέυη 


Λευτέρης


Ευσταθίου Νάντια


Δραπανιώτη Μάγια



Δημόπουλος Γιάννης

Ευκαρπίδου Βέρα

Καρυοφύλλη Χριστίνα

Λεβεντογιάννης Πάνος

Μουρσελά Σέβη 

Daman Max


Λεμπέσση Κωνσταντίνα

Λουκρεζής Αλέξανδρος 

Καπίρη Άντζυ

Hello, I am..





My favourite pet!!!

Συριανός Σταύρος 


Σπύρου Σοφία 


Φωτιάδου Άννα-Μυρτώ

When I grow up...













Friendly Letters


















Birthday Cards

















The Circus Theatre!

Our primary students of the 3rd and 4th grade watched with great enthusiasm an interactive show «The Circus" of the «ENGLISH THEATRE CLUB", on Friday 7 November at our school theatre.  The show was about the unfair treatment of the animals and the workers by the unscrupulous circus owner. The students developed their ecological awareness by participating actively to help the animals find their road to freedom. They left with the best impressions:

"Sherlock Holmes is back"

Going somewhere as near as a few floors below the classroom goes a long way towards effective learning. On 4th February our first and second-year junior high school students watched an educational play in English at our school theatre.  Sherlock Holmes is back was a fun, interactive, play which engaged and entertained our students and gave them the chance to use English to achieve a real-life goal: attending and comprehending an English play while enjoying themselves at the same time.  Their enthusiastic reviews come to show that activities like these are welcome and appreciated.

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Our Christmas tree!

Christmas does have this power. It fills us with warmth, goodwill and merriment and brings out the best in us. Asking our students to decorate three paper Christmas trees with baubles with famous Christmas quotes written on them was a project they embraced with enthusiasm. It was by far the most enjoyable assignment they were given and their response was immediate and the project completed in virtually no time.  Our trees turned out really beautiful and they were displayed prominently to fill the place with Christmas cheer!

                      

Christmas wish tree (primary school)‏

  

What's your favourite colour?

Γερακούδης Σταύρος


Max Daman



 Ευκαρπίδου Βέρα


Λουκρέζης Αλέξανδρος


Πανουσόπουλος Δημήτρης


Λεμπέση Κωνσταντίνα


Νανοπούλου Μαριλένα


Γρίσπος Λευτέρης


Μαρία


Δουράμπεης Ιωάννης 


Κομποθέκρας Γιώργος


Δραπανιώτη Μάγια

This is Halloween!

Our B senior students are celebrating halloween!! 

Ευρωπαϊκή Ημέρα Γλωσσών-Palindromes

European Day of Languages - Palindromes 

Β' Γυμνασίου - D Class 

In my town!!

Χριστίνα Βαρδούλια


Έλενα Πάντου 


Εύη Απιρανθίτη


Ειρήνη Κουτσιώτου 

Today I am....!

Αθηνά Μπλάθρα


Ελισσάβετ Τομαή 


Αρτίν Κεχαγιάν

My dream house

Κατερίνα Χαρμπή 


Μικέλα Πουλοπούλου

This is...!

Πέτρος 
 

Ξανθή Βουσβούνη
 

Εύη Απιρανθίτη
 

Party Invitation

Στέφανος Καπίρης


Μαριάννα Γκαττ
 

My Life

Στέλιος Γαλανάκης

Travelling

Βασίλης Συμεόνογλου


Μαίρη Κοντοθανάση
 

On my last birthday...!

Έλσα Θεοχάρη


Στέλιος Ανδρεουλάκης


Στέφανος Καπίρης 


Σπύρος Καπετάνος 


Ανθή Καραβία 


Σόνια Αρβανιτογεωργίου 


Μαριζέτα Νικολοπούλου
 

A class- Invitation to a concert!

Κάτια Παπαδοκωσταντάκη



Κατερίνα Φέσσα


Νίκη Πριμέντα


Βάσια 
 

A class- Project Bazaar

Άννα Βλαχογιάννη 

 

Ανθή Καραβία
 

Φράγκη Κιμίνου

 

Στέφανος Καπίρης

 

CROSS-CURRICULAR PROJECT School year 2012-13

SUBJECT: ENGLISH
TOPIC: HOME    
CLASS: Α’ ΓΥΜΝΑΣΙΟΥ –LEVEL: A2/ C’ CLASS
SUPERVISING TEACHER: D. ASSYRIAN


In our English class we looked at the subject of home from different points. Our journey into the history of home starts from Stone Age. Αccording to archaeologists, this wooden hut is one of the most important buildings ever created in Britain. This is the country's oldest known home.  Built more than 6,000 years before Stonehenge, it provided the nomadic hunters shelter from the icy winds and storms at the end of the last ice age.  The remains of the 11feet-wide building, discovered in North Yorkshire, date back to 8,500BC.   This gives us an idea of how the first settlers into Britain lived after the end of the last ice age. We used to think they moved around a lot and left little evidence.  Now we know they built large structures and stayed in particular places for a long time.  However, we don't know much about this first house and we don't know what it was used for.  It might have been a domestic structure, although you could only fit three or four people in it.  It could have been a form of ritual structure because there is evidence of ritual activity on the site. Although Britain had been visited by hunters for hundreds of thousands of years, it was only at the end of the last ice age, when the glaciers finally disappeared from Scotland, that people lived in the country permanently.
 
Researched by: Evita Lampropoulou, Anna-Lisa Lampropoulou, Evelyn Emmanouilidi
 

Our journey continues through the 15th century and the period of the Tudor Dynasty, the time when the Tudor family came to the throne.  Henry VIII is the most famous Tudor king. Tudor houses are known for their ‘’black and white’’ walls. Most ordinary homes in Tudor times were half timbered. Timber is another word for wood. The wooden beams can be seen on the outside of Tudor houses.  Windows used to be tall and narrow with small window panes. Glass was used for the first time at the Tudor period and for this reason it was very expensive. Look at modern houses that are built based on the Tudor model.
 
Our next stop is Buckingham Palace. Buckingham Palace has served as the official London home of Britain's kings and queens since 1837. Many official events and receptions are held by the Queen, and the State Rooms at Buckingham Palace are open to visitors every year. Buckingham Palace has 775 rooms. These include 19 State rooms, 52 bedrooms, 92 offices and 78 bathrooms. If you receive an invitation to Buckingham Palace, the first step you take is into the Grand Hall and up the marble stairs of the Grand Staircase. The Throne Room is used by the Queen to receive guests on special occasions like Jubilees. Another use of the Throne Room has been for formal wedding photographs.

Compiled by: Bianca Ginai, Violetta Gkioka and Rebecca Skiaou


Moving on to modern times, we are now going to look at the different types of home in Britain today. Detached houses are quite independent, which means they stand alone with no other building just next to them. Most of these houses are spacious and beautifully built. They are usually found in the suburbs or the countryside. Most of the times, they are surrounded by beautiful gardens. Free space surrounding the building is private to the owner and his family, which means that all repairs must be made by the owner, of course. 
Semi-detached houses are two homes that share a common wall. They are the most common type of housing in Britain. Residents of semi-detached houses (that is, people who live in them) still have some degree of privacy but they must be careful with noise as it may be a problem for the neighbours. Each family is responsible for the upkeep of their side of the house and no one can make renovations without asking the neighbours. 
Terraced houses or houses in a row, as they are called, are very common in towns and cities of Britain and because of this they are very convenient to live in. They make a line of homes along the street attached to each other, usually with no yard or garden. They are cheaper than semi-detached houses in the same location. However, living in terraced houses means that there is very little privacy as you share the place with lots of other tenants. 
Finally, flats or apartments are parts of a larger structure which may be called an apartment building, block of flats, tower block or high rise. Flats can be rented at lower prices. If you are renting a flat, you are not responsible for the upkeep of the property. Flats are usually quite small, which can be a problem, especially if you have a family. 
If you are wondering which type of housing British people mostly prefer, here’s a pie chart to give you the answer.

by: Krystallia Triantafyllopoulou, Ifigeneia Spanou, Elina Pantelemidou, Anastasia Belezoni, Vivian Blazaki and Katerina Batagianni

A class- A famous Greek person

Άννα Βλαχογιάννη


Ανθή Καραβία 


Στέφανος Καπίρης

BOOK PRESENTATION

Our 1st grade High School students in D Class have been assigned to create a PowerPoint presentation over a book of their choice and present a review to the class. They have also prepared questionnaires for their audience to enhance participation and collaboration by raising essential questions and ideas. Awards were given to those who answered all questions right! Congratulations!

Students:  
Avgeri Konstantza
Fretard Dimitris
Kompougia Ilektra
Paraskeva Maria
Pateli Pari
Petrolekas George
Rallis Dimitris
Vougadioti Christina


Teachers supervising the project:  
Ms Anaplioti Maria-Ms Gkoni Maria
 


















A class- Introducing myself

 

Ανθή Καραβία

Αρτίν Κεχαγιάν 

Δημήτρης Γασπαράτος

Σόνια Αρβανιτογεωργίου

Στέφανος Καπίρης

A class- My home

Άννα Βλαχογιάννη

Έλσα Θεοχάρη

Δημήτρης Γασπαράτος

Ορτένσια Σπανού

Στέφανος Καπίρης

Βαγγέλης Κωστέας

A class- My Favourite Sport

Ανθή Καραβία

Έλσα Θεοχάρη 

Φιλίππα Μαβιτζή 

Φράγκη Κιμίνου

Ορτένσια Σπανού

Σόνια Αρβανιτογεωργίου 

Σπύρος Καπετάνος

Στέφανος Καπίρης

A class- My Favourite Animal

Ανθή Καραβία

Αρτίν Κεχαγιάν 

Έλσα Θεοχάρη

A class- Describing rooms

Ορτένσια Σπανού (φωτό 1 & 2)

Ανθή Καραβία

Έλσα Θεοχάρη

LANGUAGE LEARNING OUTSIDE THE CLASSROOM

On 14th February our second-year high school students were given the opportunity to watch an innovative shadow puppet play performed by the PARA MANA experimental shadow theatre in the school premises. THE CRESCENT MOON BEAR tells the touching story of a girl who sets out on a precarious journey to save the soul of her estranged father who is unable to forget the horrors of war.
The performance was in English and it integrated projected shadows, live acting and electronic music to form an engaging and educative whole.

USING THE INTERACTIVE WHITEBOARD IN OUR ENGLISH CLASS

This is what high school first graders (C’ Class) had to say about the experience.

“In this school year, we’ve been to the classroom with the Interactive Whiteboard a lot of times. We used it for help, to understand our lesson better. It was like a dream! To be more specific, I liked it because we could write on the board simply by touching it with our hand. We could also use the computer that the board was connected to. The lesson became much more interesting!!”

by Constantina Christofie

“When we stepped into this classroom, I was surprised! Our lesson was totally different. Our teacher showed us how to write on the board with a special pen and everyone wanted to participate. It was much better than using the traditional greenboard and the book only.”

by Joanna Kassimati

“I love going to the Interactive Whiteboard classroom because the lesson is fun! Even though we can’t write very well on the board and the letters seem funny, it is easier to understand the lesson.”

by Antonis Rouggeris

“…We used the electronic pen to write on the board. It was incredible!! The whiteboard is a very helpful tool and I would like to use it again.”

by Chris Palimeris

“This year for the first time we used the Interactive Whiteboard in our English class. It was a really exciting experience because our lesson became more relaxing and entertaining. We also had the opportunity to learn grammar and vocabulary easily in class so we didn’t need to study hard at home. The Interactive Whiteboard is an ideal way of teaching!”

by Michael Aivalakis

“Last week, C’ class students went to a different classroom to have a lesson in a different way: we used the Interactive Whiteboard! All my classmates were happy because this method of teaching is modern, very pleasant and creative for students.”

by Konstantinos Drossos

“The Interactive board is a useful tool and makes the subject come to life attracting the attention of students. Everyone wants to stand up and use it so all students participate enthusiastically while teachers use multimedia resources and the Internet with the whole class.”

by Dimitris kontinos-Chimos

“English is the best lesson in the school. When we have English lessons, I am very happy because we often do exercises on the Interactive Whiteboard, which helps us understand grammar better.”

by Villy Pappa

Why languages matter

Advanced class students researched the topic of languages this term. Why are there so many languages around the globe? Is the “survival” of minority languages important?

 

 

necessity of languages by MARILISA CHATZITHEODORIDI

WHY LANGUAGES MATTER By Iliopoulou – Liarou

Why languages matter by Vogka

why languages matter Stathatou

why languages matter XATZHPANAGIVTH