Throughout the year, students learn about and participate in the greek culture and traditions such as Greek Independance Day (25th March), Oxi Day (28th October), Carnival (Apokries), Mother's Day, Father's Day, Sempahore Greek festival, and other important cultural events.
Students are taught traditional Greek Dancing and participate in dance performances at our annual school dinner dance, fundraising events, and at Semaphore Greek Festival.
As a Greek Orthodox School, students learn about Orthodoxy through religious lessons, church participation and activity days (Easter Activity day, Christmas Activity Day, etc).
We are fortunate to have our music teacher Zambica DeGeorge to help promote our culture through song writing, singing and instrument instruction.
Online Learning and Technology
Students have access to classroom tablets and laptops preloaded with a range of educational apps and programs.
Lessons summaries, teaching materials and extra resources are provided weekly and delivered through the Google Classroom platform. Students are provided with student email addresses in order to communicate with teachers and use online learning platforms.
During COVID-19 pandemic restrictions, Port Adelaide Greek School is able to provide online lessons via virtual classrooms to seamlessly continue lesson delivery.