On Tuesday, 20th of June, Yr 5 students and all languages' teachers of Clemton Park Public School attended an excursion to National Maritime Museum to see an exhibition about Pompeii and the 5th century Greek Trireme. What an excellent experience for all students exploring parts of our history!
The Digitised Archive of the National Theatre includes the collections of the National Theatre, from 1932 to 2006, with rare and unique material.
In particular, it includes programs of performances, newspaper clippings, photographic material, audio documents (since 1955), video recordings (since 1994) and musical scores.
You can also find and watch rare children's performances such as "The Love and the Three Oranges" and Homer's Odyssey by Carmen Rougeri, as well as many performances with ancient tragedies and comedies. (Right click on the video tag when you go to the projects).
“Only the children know what they are looking for”
(as quoted in “The Little Prince” by Antoine de Saint Exupéry)
The Greek Student Film Festival continues to offer students the opportunity to use the Greek language in creative and innovative ways, whilst simultaneously encouraging the preservation of Greek culture.
The project in New South Wales is presented by the following organisations; Greek Film Festival, Greek Orthodox Community of NSW and the Education Office of the Greek Consulate General. This initiative has the support of the NSW Department of Education.
Entries will be screened during the 24th Greek Film Festival which this year runs at Palace Cinemas Norton St in Leichhardt on Sunday 22 October.
Students and groups wishing to participate in this year’s competition are invited to express their interest by submitting the attached form to firstname.lastname@example.org.
ENTRIES CLOSE FRIDAY 22 SEPTEMBER 2017
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Sans Souci Public School is seeking a Greek Community Language teacher.
This position is for two days a week (Thursday and Friday) and will commence in Week 3 of Term 3, 2017.
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