(Kykloi: /ˈci.kli/ greek word for circles)
Every Wednesday something strange occurs in the school... Screws, screwdrivers, gears and cogs. Lights, small motors, springs. Trowels and earth. Dice, pawns and maps. Pictures that suddenly move. Microphones and cameras. Hats with feathers, ties and pirouettes. What, exactly, is going on? It is Kykloi time!
Every week, from third through to sixth grade, the children participate in small workshops. Thanks to a range of activities, they experiment, discover, test, create and develop new skills. The Kykloi programme aims to empower the group, accompany the classroom educational programme and connect the school community with the local community.