1 at Finchley Catholic High School Woodside Lane N12 8TA Tel: Website: A member of the Greek Parents Association 39, Winkfield Road, London, N22 5RP Tel:
2 ~ 2 ~ CONTENTS WELCOME... 3 HISTORY... 4 GREEK PARENTS ASSOCIATION (GPA)... 4 REGISTRATION / ADMISSION... 5 CURRICULUM... 5 HOMEWORK... 5 PROGRESS... 5 SCHOOL TIMES... 6 FIRST AID/FIRE DRILL... 6 UNIFORM / SCHOOL EVENTS... 7 PETS... 7 PARKING... 7 PARENTS COMMITEE... 7 NEWSLETTERS / COMMUNICATIONS... 8 THOMAS KARAVIS AWARD... 8 SCHOOL RULES AND REGULATIONS... 8 APPENDIX... 9 SCHOOL FEES... 9 SCHOOL CALENDAR TEACHING STAFF QUEENSWELL GREEK SCHOOL PARENTS COMMITTEE...15 GPA SCHOOL RULES AND REGULATIONS...16
3 ~ 3 ~ WELCOME Dear Parents New families always receive a warm welcome at Queenswell Greek School. At our school we aim to fulfil the following aims through our curriculum and school ethos: To provide a pleasant and happy atmosphere for the children; and at the same time teach them to speak, read and write Greek. To make them feel proud of being Greek and to give them the basic knowledge of Greek culture and religion. Our long-term aim is to have high standards and expectations in both teaching and learning and provide pupils with a positive attitude towards the multi-ethnic society of London and to be a proud and conscientious member of the Greek community. To value the work prepared by the all the staff, committee members and parents who are dedicated in maintaining the school to a high standard. The school curriculum includes Greek language, humanities, traditions, dance and music. All pupils are given personal help for the development of oral, vocabulary and reading. We strongly believe that the support of the parents can help the school to accomplish its values. Your interest in the school programme and by attending school events and by encouraging them to respect their work is a significant part to supporting your child throughout their years at Queenswell Greek School. We trust this prospectus will provide you with all the information you need as either an existing or prospective parent. I am always happy to discuss any concerns you may have regarding your child s. I wish you a very good year. Yours sincerely, Stella Nadiotis Head Teacher
4 ~ 4 ~ HISTORY The Greek Parents Association (GPA) established Queenswell Greek School in The school has been based at Finchley Catholic High School since January 1999, when it moved from Queenswell School in Whetstone due to the increase in the number of pupils. We pride ourselves in having achieved a friendly and enjoyable atmosphere where the children are happy and enthusiastic. The children are encouraged to recognise their heritage. The Greek language is taught as second or foreign language. Greek and Cypriot history, religion, traditions, culture, music and dance are part of the curriculum. The school offers classes from Nursery (Age 4) through to GCSE and A-level. All GCSE students are encouraged to further their knowledge by studying for AS and A-levels. In 2003 we added a class for Adults. It runs on Saturday mornings and caters for beginners and intermediate levels. We are aware that with each generation it becomes more difficult to keep our traditions, language, history and religion active. Here at Queenswell we are qualified and equipped to teach your children to understand, appreciate and be proud of their roots. With your support we can make sure we achieve this. GREEK PARENTS ASSOCIATION (GPA) The GPA was established in 1952 and opened the first organised Greek community school in London. It now runs 15 schools and youth clubs in Greater London. It is a recognised charity and is registered under the Friendly Societies. It relies on the community and the work of many volunteers to support and maintain its schools. In addition to the Teachers provided to our schools by the Cyprus and Greek Ministries of Education, the GPA employs another 60 hourly paid teachers recruited locally. The GPA centre offers: Drama classes for its Youth Theatre. Dance classes for children and adults. Greek Language classes for adults.
5 REGISTRATION / ADMISSION ~ 5 ~ Registration takes place on the first Saturday of the school's academic year. Enrolment forms are sent in August for administration prior to start of term to existing pupils. All new students are assessed by ability and age by the Head Teacher on registration. Age on Registration 4 years old: Nursery 5 years old: Reception 6 years old: Year 1 Year 2 to GCSE: progression to ability AS and A-levels: progression to ability CURRICULUM We follow the analytical programme prepared by the Cyprus and Greek Ministries of Education. Greek is taught as a second and a foreign language, incorporating history, geography, religion, tradition and an emphasis on the spoken word. Music and dance are also part of the school curriculum. The school provides free of charge all standard textbooks. Any additional books required must be supplied by the parents/guardians. The children are encouraged and taught to be respectful towards their teachers, peers and friends and to abide by the school rules. HOMEWORK Pupils are given homework on weekly basis appropriate to their age. Homework books are given to all the pupils for parents/guardians to check and sign. This enables the teacher and parent/guardian to register any comments regarding the child s progress. PROGRESS Open Days are held each term when parents/guardians are invited to speak to the teachers regarding the progress of their children. However, if you have any questions concerning progress or any other issues, please make an appointment with your child s teacher. The Head Teacher is always happy to discuss any concerns you may have regarding your child. Written reports are given out at the end of the summer term.
6 ~ 6 ~ SCHOOL TIMES Queenswell Greek School operates twice a week on Saturday morning and Friday evening. The Friday evening sessions are compulsory lessons for Years 4, 5, 6, GCSE1 & GCSE2, AS-level and A-level. Saturday 9.30am pm All classes Adult Classes: 10am 12:30am Friday 6.10 pm 7.50 pm Year 4 to 6 GCSE, AS-level, A-level, & support teaching classes The Head Teacher and staff have a monthly staff meeting on the first Saturday of the month. On this day children should be brought to school at 10:00 am. At 11.00am there is a 20-minute break. The tuck shop is open to purchase drinks and snacks. All the children are fully supervised at all times. The teachers, members of the Parents Committee and Parent Rota ensure the safety and well being of the children. It is important your child attends regularly and on time. Children arriving late distract the class and miss important teaching time. Parents/guardians are expected to collect their children from the school promptly. FIRST AID/FIRE DRILL There are 4 qualified first aid persons is on site at all times. A fire drill is carried out once a term. When the fire alarm goes off, the children are escorted by their teachers (with the class registers) in a quiet and orderly fashion out of the Challoner Building; they line up in the playground (the far-side of the playground by the high wall) and the registers are taken. The Committee checks the classrooms, toilets and corridors to ensure that the Challoner Building is empty. SCHOOL PREMISES
7 ~ 7 ~ The school premises and facilities are hired from Finchley Catholic High School. Therefore, pupils and visitors are requested to respect the school and to ensure there is no cause for complaints. Parents/guardians have a responsibility towards the school and to make their children aware of the school's rules and regulations. Any damages and breakages are to be reimbursed by the parent/guardian. UNIFORM / SCHOOL EVENTS All pupils will need to purchase a Queenswell Greek School polo shirt. They are expected to wear the school shirt with black/navy trousers/skirts when attending school events and festivals. Black or navy comfortable footwear should be worn at schools events, festivals especially when children are dancing. PETS Pets are NOT allowed on the Finchley Catholic High School premises under any circumstances, unless they are guide dogs. PARKING Please note that the surrounding school area is now RESIDENT PERMIT only. This includes Saturdays. Please park further down the road from the school to avoid parking tickets. PARENTS COMMITEE The aims and objectives of the democratically elected committee are to ensure the smooth running of the school, to assist the teaching staff, organise and help with school events, festivals and fund raising. The committee liaises with the GPA Chair and staff and represent the school on the GPA Council. Presently we have 4 members on the GPA Council. Each year there is an Annual General Meeting usually in October. All Parents have the opportunity to stand for election and vote for new members. The new committee is elected and parents have an opportunity to discuss concerns and make proposals regarding the school. The school committee meets at least once every half-term to discuss forth-coming school events and to implement policy in accordance with GPA Council decisions. The Chair will call additional meetings when required. The committee has a good working relationship with the Head Teacher, staff, parents/guardians, and pupils, the GPA and with the local community.
8 ~ 8 ~ The school prides its self on its dedicated committee. We welcome all new parents/guardians who are interested in being part of the committee. Membership is not obligatory. Many members are still loyal to the school even after their children have left. NEWSLETTERS / COMMUNICATIONS s are sent out on a regular basis informing parents/guardians of any news regarding forthcoming events and other school information. The teachers will also distribute any relevant information regarding your child s curriculum. A Newsletter is produced once a term and is ed to all parents/guardian and teaching staff. THOMAS KARAVIS AWARD Thomas Karavis was the husband of Mareanthe Karavis (who was Chairperson of Queenswell Parents Committee from 2000 to 2010); Thomas was also committee member who always contributed to all aspects of the school life. Sadly in 2009 Thomas suddenly pass away. In memory of Thomas Karavis, Panayiotis Yiacoumi (Chair of the GPA) and Queenswell Greek School created this award to be awarded to a Queenswell Greek School pupil for their effort, attainment, quality of work, positive behaviour and contribution to the school life. SCHOOL RULES AND REGULATIONS It is important the enclosed Cyprus Education Mission School Rules and Regulations form enclosed is read, completed and signed by every parent and kept in a safe place for future reference
9 APPENDIX SCHOOL FEES There are two methods available to pay the School Fees. Method 1: 2 Equal Instalments 1 st Instalment is paid start of the September term and then again in January Method 2: By Standing Order 20% of the fees are paid in September directly to the GPA and then a standing order of 8 equal payments starting from October through to the following May. Standing order forms can be obtained by the Treasurer or from the Queenswell Greek School Website. All fees are made payable to Greek Parents Association or G.P.A. Nursery, Reception, Year 1 to 3 children in Infants 1 child children children children 740 Children in Year 2 and 3 who attend on Friday please follow Year 4 to GCSE2 fees. Year 4 to 6 Juniors 1 child children children children 1,100 Children in both Juniors and Infants 1 child in Juniors & 1 in Infants child in Juniors & 2 in Infants child in Juniors & 3 in Infants child in Juniors & 1 in Infants child in Juniors & 2 in Infants child in Juniors & 1 in Infants 1,040 GCSE 1 & 2 1 child children 730 Children in GCSE, Juniors or Infants 1 child in GCSE & 1 in Juniors child in GCSE & 1 in Infants child in GCSE & 2 in Juniors child in GCSE & 2 in Infants child in GCSE & 3 in Juniors child in GCSE & 3 in Infants 890
10 ~ 10 ~ 1 child in GCSE, 1 Juniors & 1 in Infants child in GCSE, 2 Juniors & 1 in Infants child in GCSE, 1 Juniors & 2 in Infants children in GCSE & 1 Juniors children in GCSE & 1 Infants 895 A and AS Levels AS-level per child 550 A-level per child 550
11 ~ 11 ~ SCHOOL CALENDAR First Term: 10th Sept th Dec /09/11 Beginning of School year 16/09/11 Friday classes commence 17/09/11 Sanctification 08/10/11 AGM at 10am and coffee morning 22/10/11 National celebration (28th October 1940) school uniform must be worn 28-29/10/11 Half Term 12/11/11 Open Day - Parents social 04/12/11 School attendance at Sunday Church service 17/12/11 Christmas concert celebration. school uniform must be worn Second Term: 7th Jan st March /01/12 Beginning of School Year. New Years cake 13/01/12 Friday classes commence 28/01/12 Celebrations "TA ELLINIKA GRAMMATA". school uniform must be worn 10/02/12 Open Day 17-18/02/12 Half Term 04/03/12 School attendance at Sunday Church service 18/03/12 GPA Dinner & Dance 25/03/12 National Anniversaries 25th March 1821 & 1st April school uniform must be worn (To be confirmed due to availability of the hall) 31/03/12 School Term Ends Third Term: 20th April th Jul /04/12 Friday classes commence 21/04/12 Saturday classes commence 12/05/12 Open Day 20/05/12 School attendance at Sunday Church service 08-09/06/12 Half Term 30/06/12 Function for the Olympic Games 07/07/12 End of school year function- School reports school uniform must be worn. 08/09/2012 Back to school for academic year * Further information about school activities will be conveyed to parents via and newsletters
12 ~ 12 ~ ΠΡΟΓΡΑΜΜΑΤΙΣΜΟΣ ΓΙΑ ΤΟ ΣΧΟΛΙΚΟ ΕΤΟΣ Α ΤΡΙΜΗΝΟ... Το πρωτο τριμηνο αρχίζει στις 10 Σεπτεμβριου και τελειωνει στις 17 Δεκεμβριου /09/11 Έναρξη τού σχολείου 16/09/11 Αρχίζουν οι τάξεις της Παρασκευής 17/09/11 Αγιασμός 08/10/11 Ετήσια Γενική Συνέλευση; 22/10/11 Εορτασμός 28ης Οκτωβρίου 1940 (ενδοσχολικός) 28-29/10/11 Το σχολείο είναι κλειστό 12/11/11 Συνάντηση γονέων και δασκάλων 04/12/11 Σχολικός Εκκλησιασμός 17/12/11 Χριστουγεννιάτικη γιορτή Β ΤΡΙΜΗΝΟ... Το δεύτερο τριμηνο αρχίζει στις 7 Ιανουαρίου και τελειωνει στις 31 Μαρτίου /01/12 Έναρξη τού σχολείου. Κοπή Βασιλόπιτας 13/01/12 Αρχίζουν οι τάξεις της Παρασκευής. 28/01/12 Γιορτή των Ελληνικών Γραμμάτων. 10/02/12 Συνάντηση γονέων και δασκάλων 17-18/02/12 Το σχολείο είναι κλειστό 05/03/12 Σχολικός Εκκλησιασμός 18/03/12 Χοροεσπερίδα Συλλόγου Ελλήνων Γονέων 25/03/12 Εορτασμός εθνικών επετείων 25ης Μαρτίου 1821 και 1ης Απριλίου /03/12 Σχολείο ανοικτό ως συνήθως. Γιορτή γία το Πάσχα. Γ ΤΡΙΜΗΝΟ... Το τρίτο τριμηνο αρχίζει στις 20th Απριλίου και τελειωνει στις 7 Ιουλίου /04/12 Έναρξη τού σχολείου. 20/04/12 Αρχίζουν οι τάξεις της Παρασκευής 12/05/12 Συνάντηση γονέων και δασκάλων 20/05/12 Σχολικός Εκκλησιασμός 08-09/06/12 Το σχολείο είναι κλειστό 30/06/12 Εκδήλωση γιά Ολυμπιακοί Αγώνες 07/07/12 Τελική Γιορτή - Απονομή Ενδεικτικών 08/09/2012 Το σχολειο ανοιγει για το σχολικό ετος * πληροφορίες σχετικά με τις δραστηριότητες του σχολείου θα διαβιβαστούν στους γονείς μέσω του ηλεκτρονικού ταχυδρομείου και με ενημερωτικά δελτία.
13 ~ 13 ~ TEACHING STAFF Head Teacher Nursery Reception Year 1 Year One Plus Year Two Year Three A Year Three B Year Four Year Five Year Six GCSE 1 AS-A Level Music Dance Saturday Adult Class Nursery Classroom Assistant Reception Classroom Assistant Year 1 Classroom Assistant Year 3A Classroom Assistant Year 3B Classroom Assistant Dance Assistant Stella Nadiotis Litsa Pascalis Elena Powell Maria Charalampous Elena Demitriou Eleni Zacharia Alexia Barnavides Gloria Xenophontos Elli Pavlithis Ioannis Ziampiris Victoria Kouvarou Phivos Xenophontos Argyro Koveri Krista Theophanopoulou Stavroula Christou Agathi Antoniades Marios Eracleous Demetria Moustaka Andrew Savvides Iacovos Demitriou Harry Andreou Harry Andreou
15 ~ 15 ~ QUEENSWELL GREEK SCHOOL PARENTS COMMITTEE Chair Vice Chair Vice Chair Treasurer Vice Treasurer Secretary & IT Vice Secretary Events Organiser Vice Events Organiser Vice Events Organiser Press Officer School Photographer Vice School Photographer Tuck Shop Co-ordinator Members Marina Constantinou Stavros Stavrinou Theo Constantinides Niki Pieri Christa Savvides Anna Adaway Elena Tsioupra Anna-Maria Becci Maria Brooks Sarah Loizides Marina Constantinou Marina Constantinou Georgia Rogers Rula Trunda Michael Rogers George Loizides Nick Ioannou Antonis Antoniou Parent Rota Co-ordinator Lara Stylianou
16 ~ 16 ~ GPA SCHOOL RULES AND REGULATIONS The following rules have been enacted after consultations between our governing body the GPA and the Cyprus Educational Mission for the following purposes: a) To ensure the smooth running of the school. b) To inform parents of the way in which the school is run and thereby enabling them to help their children more effectively c) To enable pupils to readily understand the school rules in matters concerning discipline behaviour, absence, work in the classroom and homework and their relationship with their teacher and fellow pupils. School hours Queenswell Greek School is open term time on Saturday (9.30 am to 1.00pm all classes - except on the first Saturday of each month when the school commences at am) plus Friday (6.10 pm to 7.50pm for Years 4, 5, 6 and GCSE1 & 2, AS-level and A-level) Pupils should be at school at least five minutes before the start of school and are expected to attend the assembly before lessons. Parents should collect their children after lessons finish, from the designated area of the school. Parents who for whatever reason are going to be late in picking up their children must inform the school by telephone on Annual enrolment School enrolment occurs at the end of the academic year- at the beginning of July and the beginning of the new academic year in September. School tidiness and cleanliness It must be particularly stressed that the Greek school is accommodated in the classrooms of the English school. Accordingly it is strictly prohibited for pupils to: (a) tamper with any pictures, books, maps, writing instruments, games or anything else found in the classrooms or in the hallways and which is the property of the English school and (b) bring to school dangerous or sharp toys or items which would soil or damage the classrooms or the desks. Prohibited Items It is strictly prohibited for any pupil to bring to school any radios, cassette players, headphones, game boys or any other audio or visual device for musical or other entertainment. These will be confiscated for the duration the lesson and parents will be notified. The school will accept no responsibility for loss or theft of any personal items. Accordingly valuables such as expensive watches and jewellery or other items should not be brought into school. It is the strict condition of the school that all mobile phones should be switched off during lesson time. Any pupil found flouting this rule will be reprimanded and the mobile phone confiscated for the duration of the lesson Conduct and discipline Appropriate conduct is expected of all pupils both in the classroom and in the school premises in general. The school continually strives to cultivate a sense of self-discipline in its pupils and to create opportunities for discussion and dialogue and for the assumption of responsibility. An essential pre requisite for the progress of pupils is their conformity to the school regulation and the instruction of their teacher Pupils who do not pay attention in their lessons, disturb fellow pupils, regularly shirk from doing their work, cause damage, answer back, generally show that they do not respect their teacher and do not obey the rules of the school will be reprimanded. The penalties aim on the one hand to self correct the pupil and the other hand to maintain discipline and the normal working of the school.
17 ~ 17 ~ These penalties may include: - Contacting and informing parents, payment for whatever damage may have been caused, suspension from school and permanent expulsion from school. A decision for exclusion can only be taken by a joint decision of the school committee and the Head Teacher and o nly after the parents have been given the opportunity to comment on the matter. The parents have the right of appeal to the GPA officers. It is strictly prohibited for pupils to leave the school during school hours. Homework Homework forms an integral part of the schoolwork programme and pupils will be expected to take work home to complete depending on their age and class. In instances where the pupil is absent from school, it is his/her duty to obtain the relevant details of the work from his/her fellow pupils and to complete the work. If homework is systematically not being done, the parents will be informed in writing of the situation Absenteeism The school should be notified of absences in advance either in person or by or telephone. Pupils that attend regularly will be rewarded with a special Certificate of Attendance. School shows All pupils are expected to participate in school events such as the Christmas and end of the year concerts. School progress Parents are informed of their child s progress on OPEN DAYS, which are held at the school every three months. Parents however who may wish to discuss any matter with a teacher may do so by arranging an appointment in advance with the relevant teacher. The school head teacher is available to discuss any matter of concern to the parents at a mutually convenient time. School fees The school fees are annual and payable in advance. Instalment plans are available. The Greek Parents Association, reserves the right to charge interest on fees paid late. New pupils starting mid term are entitled to pay a pro rata rate. The GPA reserves the right to exclude pupils from school in cases where there is nonpayment of fees. Declaration I have read and understood the above school rules and regulations and agree to assist my children to abide by them as a condition of their attendance at the school. Name of pupil. (form).
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