Pedia Greek School students in Victoria get creative ahead of Easter


Young students from Pedia Greek School in Clayton South, Victoria have been busy getting creative in the lead up to Greek Orthodox Easter.

The students have designed their own beautiful lambathes and Easter treat bags, filled with red eggs, koulourakia and chocolate eggs.

They have also held classes on specific Greek Easter traditions and have learnt about what is celebrated on every day of Holy Week.




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