My Campion

Every year, the French students at Campion School prepare an entertaining show in honor of Francophonie (the French speaking community). On 19th January, we were delighted to welcome all French students in years 7-10 to present different sketches, songs, and a dance to parents and 
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We were proud to be part of the annual World School Games tournament this year in Dubai. Our team took part in the athletics competition, swimming competition as well as the football tournament. We got to experience the thrill of competing at some of the 
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CHOCOLATE!!!! – The children in Year 4 were excited to showcase their understanding of the Chocolate IPC topic during the exit point, which took the form of an engaging, interactive museum exhibition. Their visiting families learned everything from the history of chocolate, the importance of 
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We are thrilled to share the success of our Junior School’s first Hour of Code event, featuring ‘Minecraft: Generation AI’. Our Year 6 pupils tackled real-world AI scenarios, identifying andcorrecting errors to align with the seven principles of the EU AI Act (Transparency, Accountability, Fairness, 
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Exploring, Creating, and Learning in Greek Week! Junior School Greek Week included exploring the Acropolis Museum, the Hellenic World Foundatio and the archaeological museums of Athens and Lavrio. Children engaged in creative activities like building the Parthenon with Lego, learning rap songs about classical Athens, 
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On Tuesday 28th November, IB students attended a presentation, given by members of the of London School of Economics, at the Stelios Foundation Conference Hall in Plaka. They provided invaluable information and advice regarding scholarship opportunities at LSE. The event marked the launch of a 
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University Application Season is upon us for the 2023-2024 applications cycle! As early applicants to both the UK and US are preparing for submission, university representatives from all over the world are hosting events in Athens. This half-term, Year 12 and Year 13 students were 
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