Thursday, June 19, 2008

This is a Stop, not the End!

We are listening to: G.Kotsiras - Καταλαβαίνω καλά = I understand...

Many kisses to our dearest friends-partners!
Γειά Σας... Goodbye... Hola... Salut... Au Revoir... Pa!

We are closed, but we are waiting for your new smart ideas!
See you next school year...
Knock the door, we are inside...
in the next pages...

Tuesday, June 17, 2008


The last ring.......

the last examination...........

and then ..............

(click to play)

Our last photos.................................
Have the most Wonderful Summer Holidays in your life!!!!

Saturday, June 14, 2008


Dear friends,

A few days before the summer holidays and the end of this project we send you our warm greetings with many kisses and best wishes for lovely vacations.

Friday, June 13, 2008

Some words more...

My dear friends, in Greece, in France, in Romania, in Spain, many days have passed and we miss you... You know, we have examinations and we spend time to study... Have you, too???

A few days before the summer holidays we send you many kisses and wishes.

Sunday, June 8, 2008

Markella's wall

The last design on the wall of our school created in May 2008 by Markella
Many thanks, Markella

Tuesday, June 3, 2008

Graffiti in our school

Etymology of the word Graffiti
Graffiti and graffito are from the Italian word graffiato ("scratched"). "Graffiti" is applied in art history to works of art produced by scratching a design into a surface.

Graffiti in Barcelona by Miss Van from Toulouse

A related term is "graffito," which involves scratching through one layer of pigment to reveal another beneath it. This technique was primarily used by potters who would glaze their wares and then scratch a design into it. In ancient times, graffiti was carved on walls with a sharp object, although sometimes chalk or coal were used. The Greek infinitive γράφειν - graphein - meaning "to write," is from the same root.