Our first day at ‘Nipia’ #2

This is our school sign painted on the wall

This is our school sign painted on the wall

Today was my first day at Prep which is called ‘nipia’ in Greece. Guess what – my teacher’s name is Katerina. I was a bit sad when mummy left because it was my first try at Greek school. We played this awesome game – trying to beat my friends racing – I won.

This is the yard with all the parents on the first day

This is the yard with all the parents on the first day

This is the playground outside

This is the playground outside

We had a break for some food and I had a hard honey toast sandwich which is called a ‘paximadi’. I also ate some pistachios and a choccie bikkie that mummy made.

There are some fun puzzles and games

There are some fun puzzles and games

Some other boys and me played a trick on our teacher – we knocked on the table like someone was knocking on the door and she had to go to the door and no one was there – she didn’t see us knocking. It was funny.

By The Pirate bear

 

I liked the kitchen toy at my class and there was a pretend computer and a pretend phone. My teacher is called Lefteria and she’s really really nice.

This is on the first day but I'm not normally in Moochie's class

This is on the first day but I’m not normally in Moochie’s class

I walked in and was a little bit brave – I wasn’t scared of the teachers but scared a bit of the other kids. When I came to little school – it’s called ‘Nipia’. I did puzzles and other people in my class did other games and things.

These are shapes with lots of Greek words

These are shapes with lots of Greek words

I had two really hard breads with butter and I had grapes to eat. We went out to play and the teacher read us a book and my mummy picked us up.

By Zoi

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