Xyntaraki Hara-Language School connects directly with CERN ⚛️, on Tuesday 17/12 at 14:00 and for 2 full hours! Our students will have the opportunity to chat with scientists from one of the largest and most recognized Research Institutions in the world, to ask them interesting questions and to explore the magical world of science, from
Easter crafts and Easter egg hunting had the day for #Xyntaraki_Family ... but not only!
We're traveling to Rio de Janeiro with no passport, no plane ticket, and no luggage. The tour will last about 60 mins and will be live-streamed by your guide directly from the Botanical Garden. Forget about slideshows or pre-recorded videos, this is a live broadcast, and anything can happen! While on the tour, you'll
We are the 1st foreign language center in Greece that attended a virtual exhibition of paintings abroad, talked to the creators of the works in English and received the congratulations of the organizers and the artists! When language becomes the means to travel, to broaden your horizons and to acquire culture, then the process
Summer Festival Because the happy end does not exist only in fairy tales. Welcoming the summer and saying goodbye to another academic year, we celebrated it in English, French and German. Our goal in everything we do is to create beautiful memories full of strong emotions. And this happens in every summer celebration.
Ranch For us there are no limits to the journey of knowledge and learning. For this reason we do not want to limit knowledge within a room. We want our teaching, always focused on the student, to be fun and varied. For this reason we organize short getaways, in a special place and for
To make blood run cold! On the eve of All Saints, on the night of October 31, Halloween is celebrated. It is a development of the ancient Celtic festival of the somhain, the god of the underworld. The celebration of Halloween is associated with supernatural activity. Many cultural traditions consider this day as one
Egg Hunt 2018 At Xyntaraki Language School , learning becomes a game and the creative involvement of our students is our priority. We are constantly looking for creative ways for knowledge to be acquired experientially. So on the occasion of the celebration of Easter, we decided to have fun with the Easter egg hunt.
In a world flooded with screens, the internet and digestible forms of entertainment, less and less people, especially young people and children, are investing in reading and collecting books, considering it perhaps an obsolete occupation. Yet research over the years has proven the multiple benefits of reading. The more one reads, the more one