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Platon Schools

Katerini, Greece      active school

Website: http://www.platon.edu.gr

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The main purpose of the school is the holistic approach to the issue of education. That is why we train students to face life as complete personalities. Our purpose is not only to prepare tomorrow's scientists, but to shape souls and infuse young people with the human values and goods of civilization. Platon Schools combine tradition with innovation and through dynamic pioneering European programs aim at shaping citizens with a national conscience and at the same time with European culture, in order to meet the requirements of the modern era. Our school provides a comprehensive educational program with modern teaching methods, thanks to which each student acquires a wide range of knowledge, while developing his particular inclinations and skills.

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Students

  • 300 children
  • 50 children taking part
  • 20 children available to connect
  • Mixed ages (up to 18)
  • CEFR level A2

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  • 5 connections
  • 55 cards sent
  • Last login 12th Jun 22

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  • Monthly swap frequency

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18 Apr 22 - 01 May 22

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