Standing up to the bullies

MPs have launched an anti-bullying campaign to legally clamp down on thugs in the workplace, school playgrounds and the army. A bill before parliament seeks to criminalise bullying and abusive behaviour in


Tourism school opens in Paphos

Founding a university and constructing new facilities is the biggest project of a public nature with a stronger imprint on society, President Nikos Christodoulides said, inaugurating TEPAK’s new School of Tourism Management,


School bus lost its wheel nuts

A probe into an incident of a school bus carrying students on an excursion to Larnaca losing two wheels on the Nicosia-Larnaca highway found that the wheel nuts were not fastened tight

Teachers give us a break

State schoolteachers have a unique way of educating our children, and we have entrusted them with this task for decades. They choose the best of times to give the worst example of


School exams fiasco

Stakeholders in the school system should apologise to students over the shambles caused after an exam was interrupted following suspicions of a leak, said secondary education teachers’ union OELMEK. Final year high

Another probe into sex pest schoolteacher

Cyprus Police are looking into the second case of sexual abuse by a high school teacher, while complaints are piling up against another educator who allegedly verbally and physically harassed his female

A creaky start to the school year

It was back to primary school for children after the gymnasiums and lyceums opened last week, with politicians and wannabe presidential candidates blurting out bright ideas about education reform. This is the


Education Ministry probes school bullying

Education Minister Prodromos Prodromou is investigating the bullying of a 13-year-old at a Limassol gymnasium after a video capturing the incident went viral on social media. The video, taken by a student,

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