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Post: #1   PostPosted: Mon Oct 27, 2008 10:08 am Reply with quote
rosemar
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hiya everyone found the info really useful so far we,re moving over to the paralimini area in january with our 9 yr old daughter and was going to send her to private school but would much rather her go to a local school if there is a good mix of other nationalities british etc could anyone let me have the name of the ayia napa schools that are referred to on this site thanks
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Post: #2   PostPosted: Mon Oct 27, 2008 5:24 pm Reply with quote
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Hi Rosemar
Both my boys go to the Ayia Napa primary school but there are also primary schools in Paralimni where a lot of kids go.
The Ayia Napa school also has a really good mix of nationalites and both my boys have settled really well and have made lots of friends.
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rosemar wrote:
hiya everyone found the info really useful so far we,re moving over to the paralimini area in january with our 9 yr old daughter and was going to send her to private school but would much rather her go to a local school if there is a good mix of other nationalities british etc could anyone let me have the name of the ayia napa schools that are referred to on this site thanks

Hi there my daughter goes to ayia napa school she has been there a year gone september and now they are saying that her greek isn't good and that they have no allocated time to teach international children greek they either pick it up or you learn them or have to get a private tutor which is more money. We are pulling her out of school when we find another one for her, has we feel she is going back over
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