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Stegi of Welfare and Excellence has designed educational Programs for schools and students of primary education, for Special education schools, and for Institutions which are active in the cognitive and moral development of children. The programs are implemented by pedagogues and by experts on the workshops of hagiography, painting, of clay and they are implemented on our premises in a morning three-hour visit.

The program is divided into two parts:

  • In the first part, which has a theoretical background in Aristotle’s work “Nicomachean Ethics” and the emergence through it of the intellectual and moral Virtues, the children watch audiovisual material of a thematic unit. The thematic units are selected from ancient Greek Literature and mythology according to the class-age of the children. The teacher then causes the children’s questions about their understanding of the topic. Children are trained to observe, to question, to think. Through the question-and-answer and interaction of teacher-students and students among themselves, what they do not find beneficial is rejected and the “lessons”-virtues are elicited. Such as friendship, moderation, solidarity, courage, justice, democracy, philoponia (love of work). They adopt the Virtues as beneficial and they are encouraged to put them into practice in their lives. They inculcate moral values and sound standards.
  • In the second part the children are engaged in traditional arts. In the hagiography, painting and clay workshops, the children create, under the guidance of the teacher-specialist, a work of their own on a subject related to the theme they attended. This is how skills and abilities such as observation, attention, self-concentration, creativity, self-confidence, noble competition, initiative, sense of harmony and beauty are cultivated

The aim of the educational programs is to support the efforts of the family and the school in developing the physical, moral and intellectual abilities of the children.


1st Grade Aesop’s Fables
2nd Grade Hercules & the Path of Virtue or Vice
3rd & 4th Grade The Myth of Plato’s Cave
5th & 6th Grade Delphic Maxims “KNOW THYSELF”, «NOTHING IN EXCESS», «METRON ARISTON»