Recognising that the children give up their precious spare time on Saturdays to learn the Greek language, our mission is to create a happy, interesting and caring environment where the children feel valued and respected, through which we encourage them to achieve their fullest potential academically, socially and culturally.Learn more about the curriculum
All teachers and stakeholders who interact with students, are holders of a Criminal Records Bureau (CRB)
Head Teacher / A Level Teacher
Year 1 Teacher
Year 2 Teacher
Year 3 Teacher
Year 4-5 Teacher
Year 4-5adv Teacher
Year 6- PRE GCSE Teacher
Religious Education / Music Teacher
Our major aims are to promote the Greek language, culture and heritage whilst we recognise and value the importance of living in a multicultural society. We place a strong emphasis on academic success we encourage our children to adopt Christian principles and to be proud of their background, culture and heritage and to show mutual respect and support for each other and the wider community whilst simultaneously respecting the values and beliefs of other ethnic minorities.
As a supplementary school we aim to create as broad and balanced a curriculum to excite and motivate the children, promoting their enthusiasm for learning and inspiring them to acquire and enjoy a wide range of skills and knowledge.
Our aim is to establish the Greek School of Coventry as a centre of excellence to attract children from the age of 5, from all backgrounds and from as wide an area as possible. The syllabus incorporates Modern Greek Language up to AS2 level history, religious education, theatre, singing, and dancing.
We recognise and celebrate the individuality and diverse contribution and potential of our school community and we encourage every pupil to achieve their full potential.
The Greek School of Coventry is ratified and regulated by the Constitution of the Holy Churches and Communities of the Greek Archdiocese of Thyateira and Great Britain
The Greek School Of Coventry is set up at its current location and opens its doors to students. Originally housed above the church and consisting of 3 classrooms.
A purpose built school opens and is the building used for classes today.