Pythagoras Greek School

Greek Community Language School

Melbourne, Australia

Year Prep to 12 

 

The latest from Pythagoras Greek School... 

    

 

Ancient Gods and Goddesses Exhibition

 

On Friday 16 September and Saturday 17 September the Ancient Greek Gods and Goddesses came alive at a wonderful exhibition presented by the Year 3 to 6 students. During the term, the students studied about the 12 Olympian Gods and Goddesses and on the last day of term they came dressed as their favourite and presented wonderful research projects to their parents. Μπράβο παιδιά!  

Dormition of Theotokos (15 August)

Kandilaki Assembly

 

On Friday 19 August and Saturday 20 August we held a Kandilaki Assembly to celebrate one of the biggest feast days of the Greek Orthodox calendar, the Dormition of Mary or as we know it in Greek, η Κοίμηση της Θεοτόκου. Children and staff celebrating their nameday helped light the vigil lamp before the principal of the school explained the history and significance of this day to the student body. 

 Cultural Days / Events 2022

 

Mother's Day Competition 2022

 

In Week 2 of Term 2, the winners of our Mother's Day Student Competition were announced and presented with a certificate and a little gift to give to their mothers on Mother's Day. The 2022 student winners were: Ellie Ziskou (Prep), Alice Bourke (Year 1), Annika Chrisafis (Year 2), Stavros Karpathakis (Year 3), Anastasia Kalogeropoulos (Year 4), Henrik Chrisafis (Year 5), Christine Souvlis (Year 6), John Roubos (Year 7), George Karpathakis (Year 8), John Hall (Year 8), Stavros Sotiropoulos (Year 9), Annie Roubos (Year 10). To all these students we say Μπράβο! You can see all their winning entries in the attachment below. We hope all the mothers, grandmothers and special women in our students' lives had a lovely Mother's Day. 

 

 

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Easter 2022 

 

It was great to see all the children back on the first day of Term 2. More importantly, most students remembered to bring in their red eggs to take part in this year's RECC (Red Egg Crack-off Competition) Competition. 

 

Congratulations to Katerina Mirabella from our South Melbourne Campus and Anastasia Tsikaris from our Elwood Campus for being the 2022 RECC Champions.  

 

ΧΡΙΣΤΟΣ ΑΝΕΣΤΗ!

 

 Carnival 2022 (Απόκριες)

 

Great to see the students and teachers dress up and the parents turn up to our End of Term Carnival at both our Elwood and South Melbourne Campuses.  Our students did an amazing job presenting poems, songs and dances all around the theme of Apokries, which is also known as the Carnival Season in Greece. 

 

Reminding students to bring in their strongest red eggs on the first day back in Term 2 for our annual Red Egg Crack-off Competition. And last, but not least, all Mother's Day entries are due on the first day of Term 2 as well. Wishing all our lovely students, parents and staff a Safe and Happy Easter break. ΚΑΛΟ ΠΑΣΧΑ!

  

 

Pythagoras Greek School

Established 1969

Principal: Dr Con Roubos

BDSc (Melbourne University)

BEd (Deakin Univeristy)

 

 

Locations, Days & Times

  

SOUTH MELBOURNE

Montague School 

100 Montague St Sth Melbourne

Friday  

Year Prep - 12

4.30pm to 7.30pm

 

ELWOOD

Elwood College 

101 Glenhuntly Rd Elwood

 

Saturday

Morning Session

Years Prep - 12

9.30am to 12.30pm

 

Afternoon Session

Years 7 - 12

1.00pm to 4.00pm

 

At Pythagoras Greek School we hold the care, safety and wellbeing of children and young people as a central and fundamental responsibility of our school. Pythagoras Greek School have a moral, legal and mission-driven responsibility to create nurturing school environments where children and young people are respected, their voices are heard, and they are safe and feel safe.