1.     The champion in [sfairobolias] Irene Terzogloy in our school


In the past few years we observe that with particular intensity the athletes claim the glory and the trophies that arise after a big victory. In order to accomplish that however, they exceed the very high records and gain few athletes they resort in the use of prohibited substances (Doping), in order to increase their natural power that will lead them to the victory sacrificing thus, not only their athletic career, but also life itself. And if we also judge from the conclusions of research that were carried out in the Olympic Fights of Atlas, where more than half athletes answered positively in the question if they would take certain prohibited substances in order to gain medals for 5years, knowing that afterwards they will have serious health problems or even death, for which values of sports we can speak.

Could ometime in the future “trading” championship become pure sports for all or this simply romanticism?

Therefore, on the occasion of these thoughts and in the frames of the subject of Olympic Education, the students of the 6th grade with the Olympic Education teacher, Mrs Bodeniotoy Pigi called Mrs Irene Terzogloy for a discussion.

Pigi callrd Mrs Irene Terzogloy for a discussion.

Our champion spoke to them with simple words and she answered to all questions with joy and did not deny signing autographs at the end of interview.










2.     Event of Olympic Education for the Education and the Culture





Our school with the chorus constituted of roughly 44 students of 3rd grade and our musician Ntrigkogia Panagiota, participated in the main event that were organized by the two Offices of Physical Education of the prefecture of Thessaloniki in the Sports Museum on 11 May 2006 titled: Feast for the Education and the Culture in the frame of Olympic Education.

The event was honoured by the Olympic champion of gymnastics, Demosthenes Tampakos. 

Our chorus participated in this event with 1 Greek song, 1 Russian and 1 Albanian.

Also in the same event a small representative dancing team of our school which was constituted by 14 students performed 3 dances. The school dancing teacher was the teacher of Olympic Education Mrs Vodeniotoy Chrysopigi

A) Greek dance - tsakonikos

B) Russian traditional dance: БА[R]ЫНЯ (Mparinia), a dance that is danced during weddings and festivals and symbolizes joy.

Γ) Abanian dance:Vallia e Rrajcës, a dance that declares love and compassion