The first episode of our new video series PCTV is here! Featuring an interview with our director Mrs. Vassilacou, information about Europarty, and reports of counselors who like to grill, you don’t want to miss it. Watch it now.Written on the 4th of January 2016 by
Thank you everybody who has submitted their designs! The competition is now closed. Dear students, As you may already know, we will be making school hoodies again this year and, as we did last year, we would like to ask you to come up with logo designs. Rules: The design must be your own work (no stealing the school logo, thank you very much) Please do it on white paper with a black pen, to...Written on the 7th of December 2015 by
Ladies and gentlemen, boys and girls, we’ve decided to keep one of our election promises (there’s a surprise) and launch this. Behold… The Mighty Pupils’ Committee Website! We’ve seen that many people are confused about what the Committee is and does. Some people citation needed think the Committee is a bunch of seventh years who sit around all day and do nothing but enjoy the free beer. Well, We aren’t all seventh years, heck, I’m...Written on the 22nd of November 2015 by
Dear 6th & 7th years, TLDR: “Stop littering or there will be severe consequences” Since the beginning of the year, we closed the 6th and 7th year’s room twice due to littering. Did anything change? Did those who are so disrespectful change their attitude? The answer is no! Everyone is responsible for the littering, everyone is responsible for the disgusting atmosphere we have to work and relax in. This is because even if most of...Written on the 15th of November 2015 by
Dear Students As you have seen throughout the weekend in the press and on social media, terrorist attacks of unprecedented proportions have taken place in Paris last Friday. There are no words to describe the horror and the atrocity of these events which have led to the death of many innocent people. To show support to the victims, their families and the citizens of Paris, the school will probably organise a minute of silence at...