The Greek School of Oxford was founded by Greek Parish members over 30 years ago. It operates under the auspices of the Greek Orthodox Community of the Holy Trinity and is governed by its own School Committee. The School aims to promote Greek language and culture primarily for children’s education. Currently, we do not offer adult classes.

Pupils are grouped according to age and level and the classes are kept small to ensure optimal learning. All tutors are native speakers, qualified and with experience in teaching. Children are encouraged to participate actively in lessons. Emphasis is placed on oral communication in the younger groups through fun and varied activities. All four language skills are taught and practised: reading, writing, listening and speaking. Short homework pieces are set each week for most groups. Greek cultural elements are incorporated to enhance learning, through literature, history, drama, music and visits to museums/exhibitions according to the age group and special interests of the tutors. The curriculum includes learning about feasts, celebrations and important dates in the Greek calendar.
 
Due to the high demand in our younger groups, please book early to avoid disappointment. You can find more information about classes, fees, staff and contact details in the school's website: www.greekschoolofoxford.org

 

The Greek School of the Holy Trinity was founded by Greek Parish members over 25 years ago. It operates
under the auspices of the Greek Orthodox Community of the Holy Trinity and is governed by its own School
Committee. Since 2010, the Cyprus Educational Mission (KEA) has been contributing to the school’s financial
support. The school is housed in the buildings adjacent to the Orthodox church in North Oxford and aims to
promote Greek language and culture primarily for children’s education. From 2011 an adult learning class is
also on offer.
All children are welcome, grouped according to age and level and class sizes are deliberately kept small
between 3 to 8 children. All tutors are native speakers. Children are encouraged to actively participate in
lessons at all levels. Emphasis is placed on oral communication in the younger groups through fun and varied
activities. All four language learning skills are taught and practised: reading, writing, listening and speaking.
Short homework pieces are usually set each week. Greek cultural elements are incorporated to enhance
learning, through literature, history, drama, music and visits to museums/exhibitions according to the age
group and special interests of the tutors. Please do get in touch, should you require more information.