Notice Board

A Level Results

Huge congratulations to our A Level students who all achieved A* despite the general drop in top grades in all subjects. Well done and enjoy the well deserved celebrations!

Happy Summer!

From all of us at St Sophia’s School a very happy summer! We look forward to welcoming you back to school on Saturday 10th September at 9:30am!



















Summer Fête

Dear Parents,

Saturday 9th July marks the last day of the school year and we will hold our summer fête at 10am.

Due to the limited space, we are not able to invite all the parents to our fête, but only the parents of the classes that have the largest participation this year, in particular Reception, Y1, Y2, Y3, Y4 and A Level. The remaining classes will hold summer parties in their classrooms and join in the fête with one song per class/year. If any of the parents of the students in these classes wish to watch the celebration, they are asked to watch standing at the back of the theater.

Please note that school will finish at around 11:30 am.

Thank you.

Summer Fair

What a fabulous summer fair we all enjoyed last Saturday. The sun was out and the hot dogs delicious. A big thank you to our fantastic PTA!

Hercules’ labours

Hercules himself, along with his classmates in Y1B spoke to us about his amazing labours!  And what a wonderful board game about Hercules’ labours they made! We can’t wait to play with it!



Happy Easter!

A very happy Easter to all our students and their families! Our school will resume on Saturday 30th April at 9.30am.


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.