Established in 2006, AHEPA Greek school is an accredited Community Languages School offering classes in Greek language and culture to students from prep to secondary.
The school proudly caters for students of all cultural backgrounds who are interested in learning the language.
“We are committed to teaching Greek language and culture as a unique concept and we actively promote in students, a sense of cultural identity and ethos. Our school is a vibrant small language school that is enjoyed fully by students, teachers and parents”, says the School Principal, Mrs Stella Lambrou.
A caring environment that encourages all children to value and respect themselves and others is priority.
“We lead by example,” Ms Lambrou says, “and we set out goals and objectives of high standards that reflect upon all the AHEPA Greek school population.”
The curriculum is aligned with the Victorian curriculum supports children in developing listening, speaking, reading and writing skills as well as get exposed to Greek mythology and history.
“Our students feel safe and happy coming to school. They are engaged, they enjoy learning, and as a result, they develop positive social skills for the rest of their lives. Students benefit from a broad variety of activities in the classroom and appreciate undertaking special projects.”
AHEPA teachers state committed to implementing innovative education strategies, while the concepts of teamwork and mutual support are promoted to foster partnerships between students, teachers, parents, and the community.
The school operates on the premises of Ivanhoe Girls Grammar School, Marshal Street, Ivanhoe, Victoria, on Mondays between 4.30pm-7.00pm, in conjunction with Ivanhoe Girls’ term dates and public holidays.
Enrolments are now open for lessons commencing on 30 January.
For more information contact Mrs Tasia Manos 9527 9053, 0425 750 273, or Elias Doufas on mobile 0412 582 123.