We are moving to Cyprus on the 22/8 and have just enrolled our daughters (aged 10 & 9) at Pascal Larnaca as they had a position for both girls with the opening of their new junior school. We are from Sydney Australia. Any tips on a smooth transition and could someone tell me if Pascal is a nurturing school as this is our prime criteria for our girls? Thank you
I am English lady lived in Limassol for 2 years job ended. I am looking for work now with English family either for care of children or help with their elderly parent and housekeeping/general cleanliness of house for them. live out role in the limassol potamos or nearby Germasoyia . Day job 9 to 6 mon to friday .or part time pref full but would consider... .hr 6 euros .Thank you
My boy is 4 years old and he has been going to an international kindergarten. He speaks mainly English and a bit of Romanian. My thought was I will take him to an English school later. Now that we had a second child I'm afraid I will not be able to afford private school for both. I was thinking about gov school but I'm really concerned because neither me or my wife speak Greek and we will not be able to help. Anyone in a similar situation?
Hi all. As a working mum in Paphos it's that time of the year to start wondering what I'm going to do with my kids over the summer period. I recently came across a new summer school in Paphos that offers a mixture of fun and education. They have been so lovely and my kids can't wait to start. If anyone is interested. The Paphos summer school starts 26th June and goes for 5 weeks. 3 English speaking teachers are running it. My daughter can't wait to go Fossil hunting!! One of the many things they will be doing. Call them on 96082616. Happy holidays everyone :)
I'm asking this on behalf of my sister. My little nephew is about 18 months old and he's a bit behind in his development. Different doctors suggested to bring him into contact with other kids his age or a bit older etc. She's a new mother so she doesn't have the necessary connections to find any playgroups for her little boy. Are there any places that you might suggest in Nicosia? It's preferred to be in Greek since that's our mother tongue and it might confuse him to hear English.Any suggestions are welcomed! Thank you!
Hi there we are a family of 4.. Myself and my fiancé are 24 and we have 2 young daughters (5 and 1) we are looking to move to Cyprus as we fell in love with the country last year.. We are looking for information about where to start, best areas to live with children, schools, jobs etc for the British.. Thankyou in advance x
Hi We are wanting to move to Paphos in the next year we have 3 children aged 8,9 & 11. There is no possible way that private English schooling will be an option sue to fees. We are finding it very hard to find state school information on the Internet! Does anyone have any information on state schools in the paphos area? Any personal experiences? Any information would be greatly appreciated thanks Lou ??
Hello there,I was wondering if there is any need of English speaking places for kids that they moved with their families in Cyprus.I know there are several English Schools et but they are very expensive. Are there places 100% English speaking but to be equal priced like the Greek speaking kindergartens or play places?