Notice Board

Vassilopita!

You are all welcome to the “vassilopita” cutting on Saturday 13th January at 9.45am. You are kindly requested to be on time in the morning as any delayed students will be admitted to school after the end of the ceremony, which is expected to last approximately an hour.

Merry Christmas!

We would like to wish all our students and their families a very merry Christmas and a happy and prosperous New Year!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Christmas Celebration

You are warmly invited  to our Christmas celebration on Saturday 16th December at St Sophia’s church.  Our celebration will start at 9.30am with the Christmas liturgy where the children who have been appropriately prepared will receive the Holy Communion. If you do not wish your child to receive the Holy Communion during the liturgy could you please let the Form teacher know.  You are kindly requested to arrive on time in the morning as any noise inside the church due to late comers is very disruptive and disrespectful. The liturgy will be  followed by our Christmas celebration.  Pupils may come dressed in Christmas outfits, angels, stars, wise men etc or they can wear Christmas jumpers or party clothes. We hope to see you all there.

PTA Calendar

A beautiful 2018 calendar illustrated with the children’s paintings will be available for sale by our PTA on Saturday 9th December from 12.30pm onwards. The calendar will be sold for the price of £8 each or £15 for two. Please support our school by buying the calendar and displaying the children’s artwork at home.

Thank you.

St  Sophia’s School PTA

PTA Christmas party!

A big thank you to our PTA for organising such a fantastic party last Saturday! We all had great fun and a fabulous day!

 

 

 

 

 

Temporary change of venue and Christmas party

Please note on Saturday 2nd December our school will not be housed at the main site of St Marylebone School but at St Marylebone 6th Form Centre, which is located approximately behind Waitrose, at 14 Blandford Street, W1U 4AZ. Classes will run as normal during the first part of the day and will be followed by the PTA’s Christmas party at 11.30am. Parents are kindly requested to bring and pick their children up from the above address.

PTA Christmas Party – Reminder

We would like to remind you the Christmas party which is organised by the School Parents’ Association this coming Saturday at 11.30am. The party is exclusively for our school’s pupils  and no parents are allowed. A big thank you to those of you who have already paid the £5 entrance fee. May we kindly request the rest of you to please give the above amount  to the teachers before the party. Entrance fee includes all activities and food. For those parents who would like to help  during the preparation and duration of the party, please contact the Chair of the Association at mariakkalli@hotmail.com

Thank you

St Sophia’s School PTA

Letter from our PTA – Christmas Bazaar

The Parents’ Association of our school invites all students to a Christmas Party on 2nd December at 11.30am, at St Marylebone 6th Form Centre, at Blandford Street. The entrance fee is £5 per child (please give money to the class teachers on Saturday 24th November) and includes participation in all activities as well as food (sandwich, crisps, fruit, chocolate, water).

During the party children will have the opportunity to:

  • make Christmas cards and ornaments;
  • have their nails painted and have tattoos;
  • decorate biscuits;
  • play Christmas games;
  • be entertained by a Greek-speaking entertainer and have face painting;
  • listen to Christmas songs, and dance.

Parents who are able to  offer any assistance in preparing, organising and helping out in the party, please contact the PTA or its President at mariakkalli@hotmail.com.

At pick up time, 2018 Charms will be available for sale at the entrance of the school.

Funds from the event will be used for the needs of our school.

Liturgy for 28th October

On Sunday 29th October our school flag delegation represented our school at the special service that was held at St Sophia’s church in honour of October 28th.