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25th March Celebration

A beautiful celebration to honour the anniversary of 25th  March 1821 in the presence of the Ambassador of Greece to the United Kingdom, Mr. Ioannis Raptakis. And some beautiful crafts by our Y1A children.







25th March Celebration Invite

On Saturday 19th March our school will honour the anniversary of the Greek War of Independence. Parents of the pupils who will participate in the celebration (Nursery classes, Y2, Y5, Y6, and A Level) are warmly invited to attend at 10:00am. Our celebration will take place at our school theatre and the use of face coverings by parents is encouraged inside the theatre. Pupils who do not take part in the celebration will be involved in classroom activities closely related to the Greek War of Independence. All pupils are requested to be at school at 9:30am. Pupils who take part in the celebration are requested to wear white top/shirt and blue/black trousers/skirt. All students will finish school at 11:30am on that day.

And you, why do you learn Greek?

Well done to our GCSE 1 students for their thorough presentation on the importance of Greek language and to our Reception pupils who explained to us why they learn Greek!

A very happy International Greek Language Day (9th February) to all!




Three Hierarchs Day

On Saturday 29th January our school celebrated the Three Hierarchs Day. The children attended a special assembly where they learnt about the life and works of the patron saints of education. Well done to Year 5, Year 6 and A Level 1 students for their interesting presentations .


New Year’s Cake winners!

It was fantastic to have so many New Year’s Cake lucky winners to get their lucky charms on Saturday and it was such a pleasure to hear such beautiful recounts of their Christmas holidays by Y1B pupils.