Cyprus Educational System

Report
Slide 1

Cyprus
Acropolis Gymnasium
Angela Kleanthous

General information
 Official Language is Greek and Turkish.
However, Turkish are not widely used in the
non occupied area (only in government
documents)
 750,000 habitants in the non occupied area
 6 cities (Lefkosia, Lemesos, Pafos, Larnaka
and two occupied Ammochostos and
Kerynia)
 Main religion is Greek Orthodox

Cyprus Educational Statistics
1,258 schools
172,361 students
15,213 teachers
11,3 ratio student-teachers
School system
 Primary school 6 grades from age 6
 Gymnasium 3 Grades (mostly 12-15 years old)
 Lyceum or Technical School 3 Grades (mostly 1518 years old)

School System
 Obligatory subjects (14)
 Marks A to E (fail)
 Final exams in June on 4 subjects Greek
language, Mathematics, Science and
History

Educational System
It is a centralized system . The Ministry of
Education and Culture controls :
 Staff selection, promotion and placement
 National curriculum
 Book distribution to the students
 Economically the schools
 School Procedures

Acropolis Gymnasium

Acropolis Gymnasium
 In the heart of the capital Lefkosia in an old building
opposite the Presidential Palace.
 It opened as a school after the Turkish invasion in
1974. At the beginning it had all six levels of
Secondary Education (Gymnasium and Lyceum)
 Since 1986 it is solely a
Gymnasium

School statistics
338 students of which:
 168 boys
 170 girls
Moreover,
 Non-greek speaking 11
 Refugee origin 54
 Immigrants 69
The school also consists of 45 teachers and10 nonteaching staff

School Statistics
 Non- Cypriot origin
Greeks
students

31

Georgia

13

Romania

4

Bulgaria

6

Other

15

Total

69

School Contacts
 Head teacher Athena Papadimitriou
tel: +35722446663
 School Office +35722425414
 Fax number: +35722446662
 School E-mail [email protected]
 Angela Kleanthous +35799317414
E-mail: [email protected]

Thank you


Slide 2

Cyprus
Acropolis Gymnasium
Angela Kleanthous

General information
 Official Language is Greek and Turkish.
However, Turkish are not widely used in the
non occupied area (only in government
documents)
 750,000 habitants in the non occupied area
 6 cities (Lefkosia, Lemesos, Pafos, Larnaka
and two occupied Ammochostos and
Kerynia)
 Main religion is Greek Orthodox

Cyprus Educational Statistics
1,258 schools
172,361 students
15,213 teachers
11,3 ratio student-teachers
School system
 Primary school 6 grades from age 6
 Gymnasium 3 Grades (mostly 12-15 years old)
 Lyceum or Technical School 3 Grades (mostly 1518 years old)

School System
 Obligatory subjects (14)
 Marks A to E (fail)
 Final exams in June on 4 subjects Greek
language, Mathematics, Science and
History

Educational System
It is a centralized system . The Ministry of
Education and Culture controls :
 Staff selection, promotion and placement
 National curriculum
 Book distribution to the students
 Economically the schools
 School Procedures

Acropolis Gymnasium

Acropolis Gymnasium
 In the heart of the capital Lefkosia in an old building
opposite the Presidential Palace.
 It opened as a school after the Turkish invasion in
1974. At the beginning it had all six levels of
Secondary Education (Gymnasium and Lyceum)
 Since 1986 it is solely a
Gymnasium

School statistics
338 students of which:
 168 boys
 170 girls
Moreover,
 Non-greek speaking 11
 Refugee origin 54
 Immigrants 69
The school also consists of 45 teachers and10 nonteaching staff

School Statistics
 Non- Cypriot origin
Greeks
students

31

Georgia

13

Romania

4

Bulgaria

6

Other

15

Total

69

School Contacts
 Head teacher Athena Papadimitriou
tel: +35722446663
 School Office +35722425414
 Fax number: +35722446662
 School E-mail [email protected]
 Angela Kleanthous +35799317414
E-mail: [email protected]

Thank you


Slide 3

Cyprus
Acropolis Gymnasium
Angela Kleanthous

General information
 Official Language is Greek and Turkish.
However, Turkish are not widely used in the
non occupied area (only in government
documents)
 750,000 habitants in the non occupied area
 6 cities (Lefkosia, Lemesos, Pafos, Larnaka
and two occupied Ammochostos and
Kerynia)
 Main religion is Greek Orthodox

Cyprus Educational Statistics
1,258 schools
172,361 students
15,213 teachers
11,3 ratio student-teachers
School system
 Primary school 6 grades from age 6
 Gymnasium 3 Grades (mostly 12-15 years old)
 Lyceum or Technical School 3 Grades (mostly 1518 years old)

School System
 Obligatory subjects (14)
 Marks A to E (fail)
 Final exams in June on 4 subjects Greek
language, Mathematics, Science and
History

Educational System
It is a centralized system . The Ministry of
Education and Culture controls :
 Staff selection, promotion and placement
 National curriculum
 Book distribution to the students
 Economically the schools
 School Procedures

Acropolis Gymnasium

Acropolis Gymnasium
 In the heart of the capital Lefkosia in an old building
opposite the Presidential Palace.
 It opened as a school after the Turkish invasion in
1974. At the beginning it had all six levels of
Secondary Education (Gymnasium and Lyceum)
 Since 1986 it is solely a
Gymnasium

School statistics
338 students of which:
 168 boys
 170 girls
Moreover,
 Non-greek speaking 11
 Refugee origin 54
 Immigrants 69
The school also consists of 45 teachers and10 nonteaching staff

School Statistics
 Non- Cypriot origin
Greeks
students

31

Georgia

13

Romania

4

Bulgaria

6

Other

15

Total

69

School Contacts
 Head teacher Athena Papadimitriou
tel: +35722446663
 School Office +35722425414
 Fax number: +35722446662
 School E-mail [email protected]
 Angela Kleanthous +35799317414
E-mail: [email protected]

Thank you


Slide 4

Cyprus
Acropolis Gymnasium
Angela Kleanthous

General information
 Official Language is Greek and Turkish.
However, Turkish are not widely used in the
non occupied area (only in government
documents)
 750,000 habitants in the non occupied area
 6 cities (Lefkosia, Lemesos, Pafos, Larnaka
and two occupied Ammochostos and
Kerynia)
 Main religion is Greek Orthodox

Cyprus Educational Statistics
1,258 schools
172,361 students
15,213 teachers
11,3 ratio student-teachers
School system
 Primary school 6 grades from age 6
 Gymnasium 3 Grades (mostly 12-15 years old)
 Lyceum or Technical School 3 Grades (mostly 1518 years old)

School System
 Obligatory subjects (14)
 Marks A to E (fail)
 Final exams in June on 4 subjects Greek
language, Mathematics, Science and
History

Educational System
It is a centralized system . The Ministry of
Education and Culture controls :
 Staff selection, promotion and placement
 National curriculum
 Book distribution to the students
 Economically the schools
 School Procedures

Acropolis Gymnasium

Acropolis Gymnasium
 In the heart of the capital Lefkosia in an old building
opposite the Presidential Palace.
 It opened as a school after the Turkish invasion in
1974. At the beginning it had all six levels of
Secondary Education (Gymnasium and Lyceum)
 Since 1986 it is solely a
Gymnasium

School statistics
338 students of which:
 168 boys
 170 girls
Moreover,
 Non-greek speaking 11
 Refugee origin 54
 Immigrants 69
The school also consists of 45 teachers and10 nonteaching staff

School Statistics
 Non- Cypriot origin
Greeks
students

31

Georgia

13

Romania

4

Bulgaria

6

Other

15

Total

69

School Contacts
 Head teacher Athena Papadimitriou
tel: +35722446663
 School Office +35722425414
 Fax number: +35722446662
 School E-mail [email protected]
 Angela Kleanthous +35799317414
E-mail: [email protected]

Thank you


Slide 5

Cyprus
Acropolis Gymnasium
Angela Kleanthous

General information
 Official Language is Greek and Turkish.
However, Turkish are not widely used in the
non occupied area (only in government
documents)
 750,000 habitants in the non occupied area
 6 cities (Lefkosia, Lemesos, Pafos, Larnaka
and two occupied Ammochostos and
Kerynia)
 Main religion is Greek Orthodox

Cyprus Educational Statistics
1,258 schools
172,361 students
15,213 teachers
11,3 ratio student-teachers
School system
 Primary school 6 grades from age 6
 Gymnasium 3 Grades (mostly 12-15 years old)
 Lyceum or Technical School 3 Grades (mostly 1518 years old)

School System
 Obligatory subjects (14)
 Marks A to E (fail)
 Final exams in June on 4 subjects Greek
language, Mathematics, Science and
History

Educational System
It is a centralized system . The Ministry of
Education and Culture controls :
 Staff selection, promotion and placement
 National curriculum
 Book distribution to the students
 Economically the schools
 School Procedures

Acropolis Gymnasium

Acropolis Gymnasium
 In the heart of the capital Lefkosia in an old building
opposite the Presidential Palace.
 It opened as a school after the Turkish invasion in
1974. At the beginning it had all six levels of
Secondary Education (Gymnasium and Lyceum)
 Since 1986 it is solely a
Gymnasium

School statistics
338 students of which:
 168 boys
 170 girls
Moreover,
 Non-greek speaking 11
 Refugee origin 54
 Immigrants 69
The school also consists of 45 teachers and10 nonteaching staff

School Statistics
 Non- Cypriot origin
Greeks
students

31

Georgia

13

Romania

4

Bulgaria

6

Other

15

Total

69

School Contacts
 Head teacher Athena Papadimitriou
tel: +35722446663
 School Office +35722425414
 Fax number: +35722446662
 School E-mail [email protected]
 Angela Kleanthous +35799317414
E-mail: [email protected]

Thank you


Slide 6

Cyprus
Acropolis Gymnasium
Angela Kleanthous

General information
 Official Language is Greek and Turkish.
However, Turkish are not widely used in the
non occupied area (only in government
documents)
 750,000 habitants in the non occupied area
 6 cities (Lefkosia, Lemesos, Pafos, Larnaka
and two occupied Ammochostos and
Kerynia)
 Main religion is Greek Orthodox

Cyprus Educational Statistics
1,258 schools
172,361 students
15,213 teachers
11,3 ratio student-teachers
School system
 Primary school 6 grades from age 6
 Gymnasium 3 Grades (mostly 12-15 years old)
 Lyceum or Technical School 3 Grades (mostly 1518 years old)

School System
 Obligatory subjects (14)
 Marks A to E (fail)
 Final exams in June on 4 subjects Greek
language, Mathematics, Science and
History

Educational System
It is a centralized system . The Ministry of
Education and Culture controls :
 Staff selection, promotion and placement
 National curriculum
 Book distribution to the students
 Economically the schools
 School Procedures

Acropolis Gymnasium

Acropolis Gymnasium
 In the heart of the capital Lefkosia in an old building
opposite the Presidential Palace.
 It opened as a school after the Turkish invasion in
1974. At the beginning it had all six levels of
Secondary Education (Gymnasium and Lyceum)
 Since 1986 it is solely a
Gymnasium

School statistics
338 students of which:
 168 boys
 170 girls
Moreover,
 Non-greek speaking 11
 Refugee origin 54
 Immigrants 69
The school also consists of 45 teachers and10 nonteaching staff

School Statistics
 Non- Cypriot origin
Greeks
students

31

Georgia

13

Romania

4

Bulgaria

6

Other

15

Total

69

School Contacts
 Head teacher Athena Papadimitriou
tel: +35722446663
 School Office +35722425414
 Fax number: +35722446662
 School E-mail [email protected]
 Angela Kleanthous +35799317414
E-mail: [email protected]

Thank you


Slide 7

Cyprus
Acropolis Gymnasium
Angela Kleanthous

General information
 Official Language is Greek and Turkish.
However, Turkish are not widely used in the
non occupied area (only in government
documents)
 750,000 habitants in the non occupied area
 6 cities (Lefkosia, Lemesos, Pafos, Larnaka
and two occupied Ammochostos and
Kerynia)
 Main religion is Greek Orthodox

Cyprus Educational Statistics
1,258 schools
172,361 students
15,213 teachers
11,3 ratio student-teachers
School system
 Primary school 6 grades from age 6
 Gymnasium 3 Grades (mostly 12-15 years old)
 Lyceum or Technical School 3 Grades (mostly 1518 years old)

School System
 Obligatory subjects (14)
 Marks A to E (fail)
 Final exams in June on 4 subjects Greek
language, Mathematics, Science and
History

Educational System
It is a centralized system . The Ministry of
Education and Culture controls :
 Staff selection, promotion and placement
 National curriculum
 Book distribution to the students
 Economically the schools
 School Procedures

Acropolis Gymnasium

Acropolis Gymnasium
 In the heart of the capital Lefkosia in an old building
opposite the Presidential Palace.
 It opened as a school after the Turkish invasion in
1974. At the beginning it had all six levels of
Secondary Education (Gymnasium and Lyceum)
 Since 1986 it is solely a
Gymnasium

School statistics
338 students of which:
 168 boys
 170 girls
Moreover,
 Non-greek speaking 11
 Refugee origin 54
 Immigrants 69
The school also consists of 45 teachers and10 nonteaching staff

School Statistics
 Non- Cypriot origin
Greeks
students

31

Georgia

13

Romania

4

Bulgaria

6

Other

15

Total

69

School Contacts
 Head teacher Athena Papadimitriou
tel: +35722446663
 School Office +35722425414
 Fax number: +35722446662
 School E-mail gym.a[email protected]
 Angela Kleanthous +35799317414
E-mail: [email protected]

Thank you


Slide 8

Cyprus
Acropolis Gymnasium
Angela Kleanthous

General information
 Official Language is Greek and Turkish.
However, Turkish are not widely used in the
non occupied area (only in government
documents)
 750,000 habitants in the non occupied area
 6 cities (Lefkosia, Lemesos, Pafos, Larnaka
and two occupied Ammochostos and
Kerynia)
 Main religion is Greek Orthodox

Cyprus Educational Statistics
1,258 schools
172,361 students
15,213 teachers
11,3 ratio student-teachers
School system
 Primary school 6 grades from age 6
 Gymnasium 3 Grades (mostly 12-15 years old)
 Lyceum or Technical School 3 Grades (mostly 1518 years old)

School System
 Obligatory subjects (14)
 Marks A to E (fail)
 Final exams in June on 4 subjects Greek
language, Mathematics, Science and
History

Educational System
It is a centralized system . The Ministry of
Education and Culture controls :
 Staff selection, promotion and placement
 National curriculum
 Book distribution to the students
 Economically the schools
 School Procedures

Acropolis Gymnasium

Acropolis Gymnasium
 In the heart of the capital Lefkosia in an old building
opposite the Presidential Palace.
 It opened as a school after the Turkish invasion in
1974. At the beginning it had all six levels of
Secondary Education (Gymnasium and Lyceum)
 Since 1986 it is solely a
Gymnasium

School statistics
338 students of which:
 168 boys
 170 girls
Moreover,
 Non-greek speaking 11
 Refugee origin 54
 Immigrants 69
The school also consists of 45 teachers and10 nonteaching staff

School Statistics
 Non- Cypriot origin
Greeks
students

31

Georgia

13

Romania

4

Bulgaria

6

Other

15

Total

69

School Contacts
 Head teacher Athena Papadimitriou
tel: +35722446663
 School Office +35722425414
 Fax number: +35722446662
 School E-mail [email protected]
 Angela Kleanthous +35799317414
E-mail: [email protected]

Thank you


Slide 9

Cyprus
Acropolis Gymnasium
Angela Kleanthous

General information
 Official Language is Greek and Turkish.
However, Turkish are not widely used in the
non occupied area (only in government
documents)
 750,000 habitants in the non occupied area
 6 cities (Lefkosia, Lemesos, Pafos, Larnaka
and two occupied Ammochostos and
Kerynia)
 Main religion is Greek Orthodox

Cyprus Educational Statistics
1,258 schools
172,361 students
15,213 teachers
11,3 ratio student-teachers
School system
 Primary school 6 grades from age 6
 Gymnasium 3 Grades (mostly 12-15 years old)
 Lyceum or Technical School 3 Grades (mostly 1518 years old)

School System
 Obligatory subjects (14)
 Marks A to E (fail)
 Final exams in June on 4 subjects Greek
language, Mathematics, Science and
History

Educational System
It is a centralized system . The Ministry of
Education and Culture controls :
 Staff selection, promotion and placement
 National curriculum
 Book distribution to the students
 Economically the schools
 School Procedures

Acropolis Gymnasium

Acropolis Gymnasium
 In the heart of the capital Lefkosia in an old building
opposite the Presidential Palace.
 It opened as a school after the Turkish invasion in
1974. At the beginning it had all six levels of
Secondary Education (Gymnasium and Lyceum)
 Since 1986 it is solely a
Gymnasium

School statistics
338 students of which:
 168 boys
 170 girls
Moreover,
 Non-greek speaking 11
 Refugee origin 54
 Immigrants 69
The school also consists of 45 teachers and10 nonteaching staff

School Statistics
 Non- Cypriot origin
Greeks
students

31

Georgia

13

Romania

4

Bulgaria

6

Other

15

Total

69

School Contacts
 Head teacher Athena Papadimitriou
tel: +35722446663
 School Office +35722425414
 Fax number: +35722446662
 School E-mail [email protected]
 Angela Kleanthous +35799317414
E-mail: [email protected]

Thank you


Slide 10

Cyprus
Acropolis Gymnasium
Angela Kleanthous

General information
 Official Language is Greek and Turkish.
However, Turkish are not widely used in the
non occupied area (only in government
documents)
 750,000 habitants in the non occupied area
 6 cities (Lefkosia, Lemesos, Pafos, Larnaka
and two occupied Ammochostos and
Kerynia)
 Main religion is Greek Orthodox

Cyprus Educational Statistics
1,258 schools
172,361 students
15,213 teachers
11,3 ratio student-teachers
School system
 Primary school 6 grades from age 6
 Gymnasium 3 Grades (mostly 12-15 years old)
 Lyceum or Technical School 3 Grades (mostly 1518 years old)

School System
 Obligatory subjects (14)
 Marks A to E (fail)
 Final exams in June on 4 subjects Greek
language, Mathematics, Science and
History

Educational System
It is a centralized system . The Ministry of
Education and Culture controls :
 Staff selection, promotion and placement
 National curriculum
 Book distribution to the students
 Economically the schools
 School Procedures

Acropolis Gymnasium

Acropolis Gymnasium
 In the heart of the capital Lefkosia in an old building
opposite the Presidential Palace.
 It opened as a school after the Turkish invasion in
1974. At the beginning it had all six levels of
Secondary Education (Gymnasium and Lyceum)
 Since 1986 it is solely a
Gymnasium

School statistics
338 students of which:
 168 boys
 170 girls
Moreover,
 Non-greek speaking 11
 Refugee origin 54
 Immigrants 69
The school also consists of 45 teachers and10 nonteaching staff

School Statistics
 Non- Cypriot origin
Greeks
students

31

Georgia

13

Romania

4

Bulgaria

6

Other

15

Total

69

School Contacts
 Head teacher Athena Papadimitriou
tel: +35722446663
 School Office +35722425414
 Fax number: +35722446662
 School E-mail [email protected]
 Angela Kleanthous +35799317414
E-mail: [email protected]

Thank you


Slide 11

Cyprus
Acropolis Gymnasium
Angela Kleanthous

General information
 Official Language is Greek and Turkish.
However, Turkish are not widely used in the
non occupied area (only in government
documents)
 750,000 habitants in the non occupied area
 6 cities (Lefkosia, Lemesos, Pafos, Larnaka
and two occupied Ammochostos and
Kerynia)
 Main religion is Greek Orthodox

Cyprus Educational Statistics
1,258 schools
172,361 students
15,213 teachers
11,3 ratio student-teachers
School system
 Primary school 6 grades from age 6
 Gymnasium 3 Grades (mostly 12-15 years old)
 Lyceum or Technical School 3 Grades (mostly 1518 years old)

School System
 Obligatory subjects (14)
 Marks A to E (fail)
 Final exams in June on 4 subjects Greek
language, Mathematics, Science and
History

Educational System
It is a centralized system . The Ministry of
Education and Culture controls :
 Staff selection, promotion and placement
 National curriculum
 Book distribution to the students
 Economically the schools
 School Procedures

Acropolis Gymnasium

Acropolis Gymnasium
 In the heart of the capital Lefkosia in an old building
opposite the Presidential Palace.
 It opened as a school after the Turkish invasion in
1974. At the beginning it had all six levels of
Secondary Education (Gymnasium and Lyceum)
 Since 1986 it is solely a
Gymnasium

School statistics
338 students of which:
 168 boys
 170 girls
Moreover,
 Non-greek speaking 11
 Refugee origin 54
 Immigrants 69
The school also consists of 45 teachers and10 nonteaching staff

School Statistics
 Non- Cypriot origin
Greeks
students

31

Georgia

13

Romania

4

Bulgaria

6

Other

15

Total

69

School Contacts
 Head teacher Athena Papadimitriou
tel: +35722446663
 School Office +35722425414
 Fax number: +35722446662
 School E-mail [email protected]
 Angela Kleanthous +35799317414
E-mail: [email protected]

Thank you


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