The main objective of the ICT course is to enable students to use modern digital technologies, communication tools and network services to find, manage, integrate and evaluate various information, to solve problems and to participate in the modern society of knowledge. Also, a key factor is the active participation of each student, the continuous interaction and collaboration with the teacher and among classmates.
The teaching of Informatics at the Gymnasium has a clear laboratory orientation, which is why the Informatics Laboratory is a place of study, research, creative participation and collaboration for students to encourage cooperative learning, self-motivation and creativity.
We also pay special attention to issues related to the Internet and its safe use by our students.
The robotics group has been participating since 2015 in the regional and national competition organized by WRO Hellas (Organization for Educational Robotics, Science & Technology) with success and many distinctions.
At the 2nd Regional Robotic Competition on “Our Galaxy”, held at the 7th Primary School of Tripoli on 12/02/2016, the teams of our school, “GalaxyWizards” and “Robofantasy”, won 1st and 2nd respectively.
At the 3rd Regional Robotics Competition on “Vehicles and Transport of Tomorrow”, held at the 2nd High School of Kalamata on 04/03/2017, the teams “FutureKids” and “FutureTransporters” occupied the 2nd and 4th place respectively and qualified for the final phase competition.
In the final of the 3rd Pan-Hellenic Educational Robotics Competition held at the G. Kassimatis Hall at the OAKA’s premises in Athens on 18/03/2017, the FutureKids team took the seventh place and received the special prize “Best Idea”.
During the school year 2015-2016, ECDL certified computer literacy exams took place, involving a total of 13 students in our school. All 13 of our students have passed the exam, in the sections that each one competed.