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The 1st Middle School of Corfu is the oldest in Corfu. It consists of about 232 students aged 12-15 years old and 33 teachers of many specialties. Our school has participated in many different programs: environmental, cultural. Every year a team of students with the Computer Science teacher create a 3d replica of the city of Corfu (each year a part of the city) that is connected to the previous year's part, with an objective of creating a whole town replica. Finally, teachers and students of our school create or participate in Etwinning projects each year. The last two projects called "One Day in the Museum- A Virtual Tour" and "Creating Games Using Scratch".

          Our school consists of 16 classes, used mainly as teaching classes (12 of them) two as foreign language classes and we also have a chemistry lab, full equipped with all the necessary objects to enable teachers and students understand Physics and Chemistry better. The last class is our Computer lab, a well-equipped lab with 14 computers, all new, laser printer, two video projectors, and internet connection. Inside the five of the rest classes are projectors and interactive whiteboards with internet access, enabling the teachers to use synchronous educational methods. Teachers and students have access to computers and internet at the teachers room, where ten (10) computers are available for use.

About country GREECE

-          The capital city: Athens
-          Population: 11, 030 000
-          Area: 131 957 km²
-          The biggest cities: Thessaloniki, Patras, Heraklion, Larissa
-          Famous Greeks: Alexander the Great (ruler), Socrates (philosopher), Homer (writer), Aristotle (philosopher), Hippocrates (physician), El Greco (painter), Maria Callas (opera singer)
-           Greek cuisine: Taramasalata, Moussaka,Tzatziki, kolokythokeftedes, souvlaki


School’s website


Greek Erasmus+ team

-          The coordinator: Despina Chatzaki
-          George Keffalonitis
-          Sissi Sofianou
-          Sofia Pagkali
-          George Keffalonitis
-          Panagiota Tzortzi

Everyday phrases

-         Good morning - kaliméra
-         Goodbye - antío
-         Thank you - sas efcharistó
-         My name is - to ónomá mou

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