The Parents’ Association of our school invite all children to the event we organise on Saturday 10th March throughout the school day. The event will include a sale of cakes, cupcakes and biscuits and also sale of “lambades”, the traditional Easter candles.
In order for this event to happen and be successful we need your help. Please bring to school on the morning of Saturday nut-free cakes, cupcakes, biscuits and other shop-bought or home-made treats. We would also kindly ask you to give to your children a small amount of money in order to be able to buy the cakes. Parents are welcome to visit us in the theatre of the school at the end of the lessons to buy any unsold cakes and “lambades”.
All proceeds will go towards the needs of our school.
There might have been too much snow on the playground on Saturday but Spring is officially here and the Year 1B pupils welcomed it with reciting a beautiful poem they wrote themselves and by making the notorious March bracelets that everyone in Greece loves wearing at this time of the year!
St Sophia’s School will be open tomorrow, Saturday 3rd March. In the unlikely event that we have to close the school due to severe weather tomorrow morning, information will be placed on the noticeboard of the school website. Please check the website regularly for updated information.
What beautiful paintings and crafts did Year 1A children create on Saturday! They proudly presented us with their artworks during our Assembly and talked to us about everything we should know about Lent! Happy Lent to everyone!
What an interesting and fun day yesterday was! In our assembly we proudly celebrated the International Greek Language Day learning about the importance of our unique language, reciting poems and finding English words that derived from Greek. We then had good fun dancing and making carnival masks at the PTA party!
On Saturday 27th January we celebrated the Three Hierarchs Day at St Sophia’s Church. The children attended a special liturgy, received the Holy Communion and learnt about the life and works of the patron saints of education.