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?
Hello All,I know this has been discussed many times, but most posts I found were very old,I'm trying to figure out which high school would be best for my kids: AA, Pascal or Med.My kids aren't the most academic and I'm looking for a school that will give them good social life, support in their studies (they all have ADHD) and a good atmosphere. From what I could gather - AA and Pascal are very academic driven, but is Med that bad? Would love to hear from parents whose kids go to that school... Many thanks in advance :-)
Hello everyone. My question is which school do you think is better?Heritage or Foley's? I know there are similar topics her but most of them are very old and cosnidering the fact that Foley's school is about to move to their new premises I wanted to hear more updated comments. If anyone has personal epxerience at either school i'd be glad to hear it. Thank you in advance.
Hello! we came few weeks ago from England, my daughters age 5 and 8, they went to greek school, and they feel really lonley, feel guilty, they don't have any english speaking friends, please help me, if you can reccomend any clubs activities where theycan meet other English kids, IWe live in Limassol, Yermasogia next to Dasudi beach, we will be happy to meet, play have fun. will appreciate any proposition regards Kate
HiWe have a small daughter 4 years old. We live in Limassol and would like to choose a school for her? Pls help us to know should we put her in English school or Greek speaking school? We plan to stay here long term and our incomes are just on average. Any information and details will be good for us.Thanks
Looking for some current feedback on Foleys and Heritage International schools in Limassol preferably by someone who has a child enrolled at either. I would like to get a feel for the reputation, standards and culture at both schools to see which best fits my 6 year old child. Thank you
Hello everyone, I am looking for an English speaking child minder for my 3,5 months old son. Preferably someone with a previous nursery/childcare experience. Part-time or full time upon discussion. We live in Kisonerga area, Paphos. If interested please send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org or give me a call at 96724480. Elena
quote:Are there any violin and piano teachers in Cyprus? I live in the UK and am coming to Cyprus in the next few months to live. I have two children. One does violin lessons and the other piano lessons. I just wanted to know if there are any violin and piano private tutors in Cyprus? And how much do they charge?