When I am taking a school tour, prospective parents often ask how our school meets the needs of diverse learners.  Although most parents understand that children, like adults, have different needs, some still believe that schools operate in the same way they did when they were attending school themselves i.e.… Read More

As educators it is easy to become distracted or side-lined by the ‘next big thing’ in education.  Schools are swamped by programs, ideas and approaches advertised as ‘must have’ resources to purchase and implement.  The danger is that schools may become a little like Christmas trees covered in fancy baubles… Read More

Teachers and students are preparing to celebrate the 200th anniversary of Greek Independence between Monday 22nd March and Friday 26th March. Apart from these major events listed below, there will be over events being carried out across the College, throughout this week. These include PA run Food stall, Greek dancing,… Read More

The coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pandemic has upended family life around the world. School closures, working remotely, physical distancing — it’s a lot to navigate for parents. Robert Jenkins, UNICEF’s Global Chief of Education, offers ways to help keep children’s education on track while they’re staying home. Plan a routine together… Read More

School Readiness School readiness is a measure of the knowledge, skills and behaviours that enable children to participate happily and succeed at school. It does not mean being able to read, write and do basic maths before starting school. Here are some general check points you may find useful: Emotional… Read More

Our Sports Courts Project is now complete! We extend our deep gratitude to His Eminence, Archbishop Makarios of Australia, whose Name Day Dinner donations funded the basketball/netball/tennis and rounders courts. I would also like to thank and acknowledge our hard-working Parents’ Association which funded the Futsal Court.  We deeply appreciate… Read More