My Campion

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07 February 2017 In My Campion

On Saturday 10th December Year 12 students Vasiliki Gini, Laoura Karanikoli and Isabella Pentaris competed in the EU Science Olympiad preliminaries. Although the team did not manage to proceed to the finals, they achieved second place in Biology (out of 18 schools). Well done!

07 February 2017 In Alumni Blog

A recent graduate of Robert Gordon University’s (RGU) Gray’s School of Art has secured a place on a unique course at the National Film and Television School (NFTS), in partnership with Sky TV.

Xanthe Bodington (23), who graduated with a degree in Communication Design in 2016, started the ‘Graphics and Titles for Film and Television’ course this week, where she hopes to gain the expertise to work in the niche area of the industry.

30 January 2017 In Newsflash

CAMPION SCHOOL

Scholarship Programme 2018-19

Campion School is an English-speaking international school situated in Pallini and has been providing high-quality education for over 40 years to children aged 3 – 18. 

Campion School is pleased to announce that although this year's scholarship awards for 2017-18 have been disbursed, a limited number of partial and full academic scholarships will also be available for the school's IGCSE and IB Diploma programmes for the academic year 2018 – 2019. External candidates only are eligible to apply.

Suitable candidates will possess Proficiency-level English plus an overall grade average of at least 18.0 in the Greek system or equivalent for candidates with a non-Greek educational background. Further details of applicant requirements can be seen here.

The scholarships will be awarded on the basis of academic performance and the candidate's overall profile. Wondering how a Campion scholarship could change your child's life? Click here to read an interview with a recipient of the Campion Scholarship.

Application material is available by clicking here. Forms should be returned by no later than March 30th 2018 either to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it., or by post to The Scholarship Committee, Campion School, PO Box 67484, Pallini 15302.

19 January 2017 In My Campion

On the 12th of January 2017, Campion school was greeted by a large number of students, ranging from the ages of 15-18, from The Israeli Centre For Young Leaders (ICFYL). This organisation prepares young kids to become ambassadors for their country and to show people the real beauty of Israel. The centre helps develop leadership skills, empowerment and social involvement. It also consists of two schools, the first being the “School of Leadership” which focuses on social leadership, economic leadership and entrepreneurship and the second is “The Nation School for Young Ambassadors”. The centre also believes in shaping a better society through social involvement, entrepreneurship and taking responsibility.

The ICFYL students arrived and talked to the students of IB1 for about two hours. During that period, both Amalia Korakaki and Alexander Kyriakopoulos played the piano. This was followed by a presentation given by Evangelos Politsopoulos regarding the visit of Campion IB1 students to the Restion, a home for the elderly that was originally created for Holocaust survivors. Then the students from the ICFYL showed a video about some interesting facts about Israel, such as the geography of the country, as well as on the ever-evolving technological services, of immense scope, that Israel displays on the world stage.

Throughout the rest of the event we discussed major topics that were distributed among all of the tables. We continued to inform each other, and even debate, some of these topics. Throughout these discussions we got to know each other. In doing so, the students from the ICFYL completed their goals for this trip: they gave the students of our IB1 a new understanding of the world, the numerous geopolitical issues facing not only this generation, but our own, and showed us that thanks to organisations like the ICFYL we are able to learn and adapt to the ever evolving landscape, so that we one day might be able to create a better future for ourselves.

Jason Sergis Skyloyannis

Year 12