Notice Board

Cake sale!

The PTA of our school is organising a sale of Sweet and Savoury Cakes and Pastries and Juices on Saturday 23rd June 2018 during the school day. If you wish your children to buy any cakes, please make sure you give them some small change, around £2 – £5 each. We will  also be selling activity books in Greek for the younger children.

In order for the event to be successful we need plenty of cakes, cupcakes and savoury pastries and cookies stacked full of taste so please get baking and donate lots of cakes. Bring your donations (hand made or shop bought) in the school in the morning during drop off, and please remember, nut free recipes only!


Dear Parents,

The PTA will hold their Annual General Meeting and Elections for a new Executive Committee at 9:30a.m. on Saturday 9 June 2018 in the Music Room (last classroom on the ground floor). Potential candidates for the Committee may register on the day.

Please be on time as the AGM has to finish by 10.30am. Thank you in advance for your interest and active participation. We are looking forward to seeing you all on the 9th.


Collage inspired by Odysseas Elytis!

Beautiful artworks by Y6 pupils, inspired by the poems and collage work of Odysseas Elytis. A big thank you to Mr Christos Markou, parent of our school and Head of Art and Design Technology at St Benedict’s Junior School, who came to our school and generously helped our students to achieve such a fabulous result!


Children’s Reading Club

We were so happy to welcome the Children’s Reading Club ( at school today and can’t wait to start reading the books we borrowed!



Clocks, planets and poetry!

What a busy Saturday we all had at our school! Year 3A children learnt about time by creating their own paper clocks whilst in our Assembly we watched a beautiful presentation about the planets by Nursery B children and enjoyed a wonderful recitation by Lydia (Year 6) of the much loved poem “Το θαλασσινό τριφύλλι” by O. Elytis.






Let’s go shopping!

Reception A children learnt about money and enjoyed a lovely role playing last Saturday. They also welcomed the beautiful spring weather making paper flowers.










May wreaths and … a bit of Geography!

Beautiful May wreaths, made by our little Nursery A pupils, filled our assembly hall with colours and spring yesterday morning! We were also treated to an interesting presentation on Mt Olympus by Year 6 students and learnt several facts about the tallest mountain of Greece.




Early learning fun!

We were all treated to a special assembly on Saturday with Year 1B pupils reciting the poem “Thanos the beast” that they all wrote together whilst learning the letter Θ, θ.