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TRAINING PROGRAM

By combining learning with entertainment, the training program at “Rodion Pedia” offers the pupils the opportunity to creatively utilize their time by acquiring new and specialized knowledge in various subjects so as to develop their special talents and interests as well as to externalize their feelings and their potential.

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Learning a Musical Instrument
The systematic learning of a musical instrument—piano, guitar, keyboard, violin, accordion—can continue the musical education of the pupils which has begun in the core curriculum, by decisively contributing to the complete personality and spirit of pupils.

Choir
The program consists of the teaching and practice of various songs.  Apart from the entertainment that music offers, pupils learn to develop different social skills.

Drawing
Pupils have the opportunity to learn different techniques and familiarize themselves with the use of different materials, so cultivating their imagination and enriching their emotional world.  Thus, they develop skills and acquire knowledge necessary for their psychological and emotional maturity.

IT (Information Technology)
For those pupils who wish, there is the possibility to extend the knowledge they have already acquired in the core curriculum regarding computers, and thus, evolve in a sector that has become increasingly necessary.  They discover vital electronic literacy, while they learn to creatively use computers, a tool useful for professional and scientific success.  Through these programs, pupils acquire certification accreditation.

Football 5-a-side
At the new 5x5 facilities, pupils taste the magic of football.  Along with the acquisition of basic skills in the sport, pupils cultivate team spirit, discipline, and responsibility.

Volleyball
The program combines technique, precision, and teamwork with a good level of physical fitness.

Basketball
Aside from being one of the most popular sports, basketball also develops the pupil’s physical condition and fosters team spirit and social skills.

Handball
Handball not only trains the body perfectly, but it also fosters strategic thinking and contributes in the development of the pupil’s social skills.

Swimming
Swimming is the most suitable way to train pupils and familiarise them with water. 

Taekwondo
As a future Olympic sport, Taekwondo not only trains the body, but also cultivates the spirit and develops self-control and discipline.

Athletic Dance
In a specially designed room, pupils exercise and learn about their body, by improving both the strength and the harmony of their movements.

Dance
Pupils have the opportunity to express themselves through classical, contemporary, and free dance.  Also, they have the opportunity to learn traditional dances.  In this way, they discover their bodies through harmony, rhythm, and movement.

Chess
Pupils are introduced to a special world of cultivating thought and spirit, beginning with understanding the pawns and their movements, and gradually progressing to taking part in competitions/matches within the school.

Foreign Languages
Pupils have the opportunity to learn a third foreign language—French, German, or Italian—beside the two they have already chosen in the core curriculum.

Tutoring Laboratory
In this laboratory, pupils of secondary school and of the first two grades of senior high school, have the opportunity to attend a separate teaching program in these courses: Ancient Greek, Mathematics, Physics, and Chemistry.
Pupils who struggle in the above mentioned courses and are therefore unable to follow and participate effectively in the classroom during the learning process may attend the laboratory and so improve their performance and specialise their knowledge.

Experimental Activities


This is a pilot program where pupils aged 7-11 years carry out experiments.  Knowing that pupils love to do things with their own hands, our pupils will be led, through a series of carefully designed experiments, to consolidate knowledge and to develop their critical thinking, based on scientific methodology.  Pupils will cultivate positive attitudes towards Sciences by discovering how charming it is to be able to “interrogate” the environment and to come up with conclusions about both their successful and unsuccessful predictions.

 

 
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