About Us

History & Ethos

We are an independent Greek School for children from four years onwards, serving the Greek and Greek Cypriot communities in the wider Yorkshire area. The school is part of The Three Hierarchs Greek Orthodox Community of Leeds and Surrounding Districts and has a Christian Orthodox ethos.

Since its foundation in 1962 the school has grown steadily and currently has over 110 registered pupils from diverse backgrounds. To accommodate the needs of its growing pupil base, the Greek Orthodox Community purchased and converted the current school building (31 Avenue Crescent), which provides modern and child-friendly learning facilities. The whole school transitioned to the newly refurbished building in September 2019.


To provide quality education that embodies the values of the Greek language, culture and heritage.


Our vision is to provide an enjoyable and stimulating learning journey that will enable our pupils to experience and love their rich Greek heritage, support their all-round development and foster lasting friendships.


  • To enrich our pupils’ experience and understanding of the Greek language, culture, values and Greek Orthodox faith.
  • To create a safe, happy and stimulating learning environment.
  • To empower and support our pupils develop to their full potential in all areas of school life – creatively, socially, culturally, intellectually, morally, and spiritually.
  • To enable our pupils foster friendships for life.
  • To create a great place to work.
  • To be supportive of our local and wider communities.


  • We honour our rich heritage.
  • We respect, trust and value each other.
  • We work together to improve our pupils’ learning experience.

The School Committee

  • Chair: Anna Trakoli MSc MFOM MRCGP
  • Vice-chair: Evripidis Lampadarios PhD MBA
  • Secretary: Ani Papanica DDS MSc
  • Treasurer: Efstathios Menzas DDS
  • Vice-treasurer: Vasilios Papavasiliou PhD MRCP
  • Member: Magda Lekka
  • Member: Father Stavros Bozos PhD
  • Member: Paul Pavazy
  • Member: Nitsa Papaioannou