Journey to the magical world of stars with Greek Community of Melbourne schools


With an innovative educational program created especially for their little friends, the Greek Community of Melbourne (GCM) Schools have invited children on a charming journey into the world of stars on the school holidays.

This innovative program, entitled “The Magic World of the Stars,” is aimed at children aged 4-10 and will take place on Tuesday, April 2, in two areas of the city, Bulleen and Huntingdale, to meet the needs of as many families as possible.

Its aim is the interdisciplinary approach of language through the sciences and arts and the acquaintance with the magical world of stars and space through a fantastic journey guided by the Greek language and mythology.

During the program and under the guidance of experienced teachers of the GCM Schools – Mrs Soumi and Mrs Vikatos in Huntingdale, Mrs Poutahidou and Mrs Gliogou in Bulleen – children will enjoy a wonderful tour in the world of space through book readings, storytelling, Greek myths, experiments, drama, theatrical games, and crafts.

A great idea for this school holidays that will stay in their memory for a long time!

Participation fee: $35

More information on the GCM website: or email




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