Dear Parents and Friends of the Greek School,
This newsletter contains important dates for your diary and a message from our head teacher.
Sunday, 13 December 2015
Christmas School Show and Christmas Bazaar 13.00hrs
"Come and join us and enjoy a Christmas fairytale! Our youngest children will be presenting their nativity sketch with great enthusiasm. Our older children will be trying to catch Santa in action by transforming into Santa's elves and "Christmas decorations" that come to life.....
The traditional Greek Christmas spirit will be spread this Sunday, 13 December....
We look forward to seeing you all!
Greek School Headteacher"
All children are asked to attend the school show.
The programme is as follows:
Please bring your children to the Church Service from at least 11.30am onwards (ends 12.30pm). (Parents are responsible for supervising their children during the church service.)
A delicious meal of roast turkey with mixed vegetables, gravy and trimmings will be served. Please buy your food ticket at the entrance of the community hall. Price: Adults £6 and Children (including Greek School) £3.
On this occasion children are kindly requested to remain with their parents until collected by their teacher for the show at approx. 13.30pm.
Professionally printed, Greek School Christmas cards, will be for sale. Each class has designed one set. £5 for pack of 10. Matching gift tags £3. Other Christmas gifts too such as hand decorated porcelain plates and special homemade christmas cookies!
A variety of cakes (donated by parents) as well as tea, coffee, juice drink and water will be available to buy. (We need your cake donations - so please get baking!)
Please bring your cakes to the hall before 12pm on Sunday.
Saturday 19th December 2015 12.00pm
Children's Christmas party
Music, party food and a little surprise for the children... Don't miss it!
Christmas School Holidays 20/12/2015 till 07/01/2016: Greek School closed.
Friday 8th January 2016 and Saturday 9th January 2016 Greek school opens and cutting of "Vasilopita"
The traditional cutting of "Vasilopita" will take place during the school breaks under the supervision of teachers and volunteers. If you wish to help please contact Mrs Anna Trakoli or email .
Finally, may we wish you on behalf of the Greek School,
"Merry Christmas and Happy New Year 2016!"
With kind regards,
Greek School Committee Secretary
Greek School Committee Chairman