Global Education

Global Education

The School’s Three Pillars

Global Education is at the heart of our program, where global perspectives are promoted and cross-cultural experiences are encouraged for our children to develop awareness and acquire knowledge of the multifaceted nature of our global world. Introducing young learners to a a global education nurtures values and attitudes, children develop a sense of global citizenship, a sense of being part of a wider, shared community. Through our Philosophy and Program we aim to provide to our young learners with the stepping stones to a successful future in the Global world. Global education within our program heavily relies on three main elements; language, culture and arts. These are deeply imbedded in our curriculum and children of all classes .



Global English

Our school focuses on a total language immersion program, equipping children with one of the most valuable skills for today’s interconnected world; Global English.

Young learners are more receptive towards language learning and second language acquisition can develop in a similarly effortless manner to that of the mother tongue. Providing children with early experiences to learn a language in addition to their mother tongue is extremely beneficial. The English language is a powerful tool for communication, understanding and learning that is dominant in the global world, providing children with a valuable asset for their future.

Learning a second language is a window which opens to the learner a new world, a different approach to reality as well as to a different way of thinking and behaving. Exposing children to a second language will help them also learn about other cultures. Comprehending the culture of other people helps them to come to a better understanding of their own culture and it is above all a physiological dimension to living in their international world. Research has shown that bilingual children tend to be more creative thinkers than those who speak one language and studies suggest that their brain function stays sharper as they age.

In the classroom, effective communication begins with listening and speaking. Children practice listening and responding through songs, chants and stories. They are encouraged through play to respond in conversation with their peers. Games, dress-up and imaginary play are important in a child's expressive development. Students learn new vocabulary and improve comprehension through literacy lessons. Upon completing kindergarten children are able to recognize and read symbols, sounds, letters and words in English and Greek (since Greek is taught as a second language in Year I .) Our children are equipped with the perfect foundation skills for entrance to any English, International or Greek School.


Expressive Arts

Young learners are creative and imaginative in nature. Creativity is often associated with divergent thinking, creative imagination and critical thinking, skills that are valued within the global community, where creativity is often considered a signifier of innovation and entrepreneurship. All children have innate creativity within them. It is up to us to facilitated and encourage these abilities.


Art Education

Our Art curriculum is as much about object manipulation, developing correct pencil grips, mark making, painting and drawing as it is about Ancient Greek Art to the impressionists, Picasso, Monet, Van Gogh, Miro, Klimpt, Kandinsky and Mondrian. For example, the works of Mondrian are used to explore geometry and mathematical shapes. The works of Picasso help us to look at our emotions and feelings and how we see ourselves in a mirror. How a face is arranged and what happens if you put your nose on the side of your face. Our children explore numerous art techniques, ranging from finger painting, splutter art, painting with our feet and painting with oats, to sophisticated multimedia collages inspired by the children.

Other means material and techniques include

• Working with clay and dough

• Using natural materials

• Papier Mache sculptures

• Working on surfaces like glass rocks ceramics

• Creating multimedia collages

• Use of recycling materials for innovative creative works of art

Children whose creativity has been encouraged to be expressed at such young age will only lead to very open-minded creative adults. Children visit modern art museums and galleries.

Music Education
Drama Education

Cultural & Intercultural Learning

Cultural and intercultural learning occurs through various methods including cultural rich resources and materials, discussions, cultural field trips, learning about and enacting worldwide celebrations. Our curriculum heavily relies on introducing young learners to elements of world cultures in order to encourage children to explore and learn encouraging the development of global citizenship.


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