Please find attached relevant information in Greek regarding the 5th Panhellenic Student Competition titled "Ποντιακός Ελληνισμός: μνήμες και όνειρα, παρελθόν, παρόν και μέλλον".
The competition has the approval of the Greek Ministry of Education 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
15 April 2021.
Interested schools should express their interest by email to the following email address:
Deadline for expression of interest submission:
30 November 2020.
5th Panhellenic Student Competition – "Ποντιακός Ελληνισμός: μνήμες και όνειρα, παρελθόν, παρόν και μέλλον"
Photo source: www.mathitiada.gr
Please find attached the call for submissions/application form for interested schools who wish to participate in the biannual "Student Olympiad" at the ancient Greek city of Amphipolis.
Known as "Mathitiada", this educational event assembles junior high school students from all prefectures of Greece and the world in a common place every two years in May. The event is a simulation of the Olympic Games for students who do not have to be athletes. For five days they take part in all the Olympic and Paralympic sports as well as in several cultural, environmental and scientific activities.
Attached you will find the application form and a document in English with general information.
For more information, please contact the organising committee at email@example.com or visit the official website.
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 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.
The time has come to gear up and get ready for the 8th Greek Student Film Festival!
The Greek Student Film Festival encourages the maintenance of the Greek culture and the use of
the Greek language in creative and innovative ways.
The project in NSW is presented by the following organisations: Greek Film Festival, Greek Orthodox Community of NSW and the Education Office of the Consulate General of Greece in Sydney.
Entries will be screened during the 25th Greek Film Festival held at Palace Cinemas Norton Street in Leichhardt in mid-October 2018.
The topic for this year’s competition is: “A journey”
Participants are encouraged to interpret the topic as creatively as they wish. Each short film should not exceed 5mins.
This year’s signature item is a LEAF. Participants who choose to include a LEAF in their film can do so, in any way they like, whether it be a part of the main story or simply in the background of a shot.
Short films can be submitted in any of the following genres, but must use Greek as the main language:
1. Animation 2. Documentary 3. Fiction
The competition will be divided into two categories:
1. Primary School students 2. Secondary School students
There will be with three prizes awarded in each category:
1st, 2nd and 3rd.
Students and groups wishing to participate in this year’s competition are invited to express their interest by submitting the attached form by Monday August 20, 2018 to email@example.com
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