Welcome to Sts. Anargri Greek Language Centre
KNOWLEDGE • LEARNING • TRADITION
Who ever said learning can’t be fun? A program aimed at 3 and 4 year old children based on music, movement, educational games and simple language identification learning tools.
Modern Greek Language Classes
Modern Greek Language classes from Prep to Year 10 based on teaching strategies developed by the Greek Department of Education for students studying Greek abroad. Incorporating Greek within a VCE study program can benefit students by gaining extra points that go towards their ATAR*.
Curriculum developed based on the VCAA Greek Study Design. Incorporating Greek within a VCE study program can benefit students by gaining extra points that go towards their ATAR*.
Advanced Classes - For students that use Greek as their first language or possess advanced Greek language skills
A program based on the curriculum as set by the Greek Department of Education for students that have just arrived from Greece or would like to develop their language skills further
Ancient Greek classes for Junior and Middle Secondary students
Students that study Classical Greek develop a greater understanding of Modern Greek as it is the basis of the modern language. It is a living organism that has survived the centuries until today.
VCE Classical Greek classes – a twofold benefit
Students will come into contact with the rich Ancient Greek language developing a greater appreciation of the development of the modern Greek and will score extra points on their ATAR*.
Students receive Greek dance lessons providing them with an opportunity to further develop an appreciation of the rich cultural traditions of Greece through music and dance.
Research suggests that learning a musical instrument benefits the development of the mind. Students can choose to learn a musical instrument to further develop their creative expression.
Through this fun and interactive program students will become familiar with the arts and Greek culture, providing them an opportunity to develop their characters in a culturally significant manner.
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School Term Dates
Wednesday 1 February 2017 – Saturday 1 April 2017
Wednesday 19 April 2017 – Saturday 1 July 2017
Wednesday 19 July 2017 – Saturday 23 September 2017
Wednesday 11 October 2017 –Saturday 9 December 2017