Greek school

  Lyceum of Vrachneika
Patron-Piirgou 170
25002 Vrachneika
Tel: +302610670852
mail@lyk-vrachn.ach.sch.gr
http://lyk-vrachn.ach.sch.gr/

Contact person: Thomas Sofias email: thsofias@sch.gr

About the city

Patras is the third largest city in Greece, the capital of the prefecture of Achaia and Western Greece. It is located in Peloponnese which is well known for its natural beauty and products. It is the gateway to the West thanks to its geographical position and and its port which connects the country with many Italian ports.

Location

The students' team:

We firstly created a questionnaire in google drive and send it to our students. Actually, it was an invitation to the 1st and 2nd class so as to take part in the Erasmus+ project. We had a wide participation both from the students and the teachers! After studying the complete questionnaires we decided to work with 23 students aged 15-17. Afterwards, we drew our school action plan which includes the time planning and the actions to be undertaken.

The Teachers' team:

The teachers' team consists of 5 teachers. Vasiou Maria, literature and Greek language teacher, Margarita Mpista, literature and Greek language teacher, Anastasios Chaskopoulos, chemistry teacher, Efstathia Psoraki, math’s teacher. Contact person is Thomas Sofias, computer science teacher.

Photos about Greek school:

The school The computer lab
The Chemistry lab The library

 

 

About school

Our school is a public senior high school of general education leading students to university after national entrance exams. We are 127 students aged 15-18 and 20 teachers. It is located in a rural area in the suburbs of Patras (Vrachneika) in the west of Greece. The school is 30 years old with students of working class and farmer families mainly, coming from lots of surrounding areas/villages. Thus, the main body of students depends solely on the institution of school to provide them with any extracurricular opportunities. There are, also, a few students with dyslexia and other speech impediments. The classes consist of mixed-ability pupils which makes them even more demanding and difficult to handle.

Create collaboratively - Teach locally - Share globally - Act sustainably

Erasmus+/KA2 Strategic Partnership for schools 2015-2017

The web site is designed by Thomas Sofias, Greece

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