The Greek Language School of Brighton re-opened its doors for the new school year on the 3rd October 2020 after a 6 month disruption due to Covid. With several safety measures in place, and our newly appointed headteacher, Marios Demosthenous, we welcomed a record 130 pupils back to our school. We also have expanded the school into the new facility next door, the recently acquired Edward Memorial Hall. Every Saturday there are 7 teaching classes that run from 9am to 12pm, and another 7 from 12:30pm to 15:30 pm. Additional special classes, A-level classes and adult lessons take place on weeknights. Our highly qualified, experienced and dedicated teachers kept our school operational during the previous term by moving all the classes over a digital platform. I am pleased to say that they were able to do this sooner and more effectively that most mainstream schools in Brighton.

On the 10th October our priest, Father Germanos blessed the school’s reopening wishing all the teachers, pupils and parents strength and good health for the year ahead. The ceremony took place outside in the church courtyard, another extraordinary measure due to Covid. We look forward to a productive, successful and safe year ahead.

For any registration enquiries please email Marios at

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