On Saturday 9th February our school proudly celebrated the International Greek Language Day. We all attended a special assembly where we listened to a beautiful poem by Titos Patrikios entitled “My Language” as well as to A Level students’ thoughts on the significance of our unique language. Each class also worked on a variety of language projects from attempting to speak in a local dialect to finding Greek words that are commonly used in English and experimenting with writing in Linear B.
On Saturday our Nursery children delighted us with their future aspirations:
“When I grow up I want to be a policeman to catch the bad guys!”
“I want to become a dentist to take care of little children’s teeth!”
“When I grow up I will be a mum because I love children!”
“When I grow up I will be a queen!”
May all your dreams come true!
On Saturday 26th January we will celebrate the Three Hierarchs Day. The school will meet at 9.30 am at the church for a special liturgy which will last approximately one hour. 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. Please note that after the liturgy the pupils will be transferred to St Marylebone’s School by coach. All pupils will be collected from the school as usual.
Happy New Year to all our students and families! The school will resume on Saturday 12th January and you are all welcome to the “vassilopita” cutting at 9.45am.
We would like to wish all our students and their families a very merry Christmas and a happy and prosperous New Year!
For more pictures from our Christmas celebration please click here.
You are warmly invited to our Christmas celebration on Saturday 15th 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.
What a successful bazaar that was! Our PTA treated us with a great variety of non-stop Christmas activities that kept us all entertained making the day fun and memorable! And don’t forget that festive charms along with our fantastic 2019 calendar with contributions from all students will be on sale this Saturday 8 December during pick up at school and on Saturday 15th December at the Church.
For more photos from the Christmas fair please click here