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Please find attached relevant information regarding the 4th Panhellenic Student Competition titled
"Ποντιακός Ελληνισμός: μνήμες και όνειρα, παρελθόν, παρόν και μέλλον".
The competition is organised under the auspices of the Hellenic National Commission for UNESCO and has the approval of the Greek Ministry of Education, Research and Religious Affairs as well as the Cyprus Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports and Youth. The competition is open to public and independent schools in Greece as well as schools of the Greek Diaspora.
The competition is now open and closes on
31 March 2020.
Interested schools should express their interest by email to the following email address:
Deadline for expression of interest submission:
20 December 2019.
The Association of Independent Schools of NSW has published a range of teacher-created Extension support materials. Teachers can access all the AISNSW Languages resources by clicking on the Resource Centre of the AIS website https://www.aisnsw.edu.au/resource-centre and then clicking on the dropdown menu under Teaching and Learning (in the blue column on left side) and clicking on Languages. Alternatively, the direct link for Modern Greek is below:
The Australian Hellenic Educators Association (AHEA) is organising a student design competition entitled “The Early Years of Alexander the Great and his Hellenic Education”.
Entries are invited from students in Years 4-12 at government and independent schools from across NSW and ACT. All entries must be the student's original work.
Submissions must be in ONE of the following formats:
o Powerpoint presentation (15-20 slides)
o Poster or collage or painting/drawing
o Tourist brochure
o iMovie (maximum three minutes) or another similar digital program (individual or group)
o Story board/Kahoot
Closing Date: Friday 1 November 2019
Electronic submissions can be sent to:
For more information please see attached documents.
Photo supplied by the Education Department, GOC NSW.
Photo source: SBS Radio website
SBS Radio encourages all Australians to celebrate language learning with the 2019 SBS National Languages Competition.
Language learners may wish to get involved by submitting a drawing or a piece of writing relating to the question “How does learning a language make a world of difference to you?”
The competition opens on Monday 26 August and closes on Friday 27 September 2019.
For more information, updates and examples from last year's competition, please visit the SBS Radio website here or send an email to Queries.Nlc@sbs.com.au
Greek Festival of Sydney and Greek Film Festival are seeking expressions of interest for the 9th Greek Student Film Festival which will take place on Sunday 20 October at Palace Cinemas Norton St.
The deadline for the expressions of interest is Friday 9 August. If additional time is required, please contact the festival director (firstname.lastname@example.org).
The completed films must be received by the Greek Festival of Sydney office no later than Monday 16 September.
Please see attached file for all relevant information.
Stage 6 Extension support materials for the 2020-2024 course prescriptions for Modern Greek are now available on our website (access via your language on the right-hand menu).
The materials were developed with the invaluable support and expertise of practising language teachers from NSW public schools and will provide an excellent starting point for the teaching of the Stage 6 [Language] Extension courses.
You can view and download the resources and use the curriculum support materials to guide and enhance the delivery of the Extension courses.
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