"As a teacher at the Greek School of Ayia Triada Birmingham, I have the privilege of promoting our rich Greek cultural heritage through music and dance. It's inspiring to witness students' joy and enthusiasm as they learn traditional dances and songs, connecting them to their roots and instilling a lasting appreciation for our customs. This interactive engagement fosters a lifelong sense of pride and identity, ensuring the vibrant presence of Greek culture in our community for generations to come." Mr D Themistokleous

Children Classes
30mins sessions during lesson days

Adults Classes
Tuesdays 19:00-20:00
Saturdays 15:00-16:00

Annual Fee Adults' Lessons £150

Greek Dance Classes

Our Cultural Heritage,traditions, history, music and dance are what we are proud of as Greeks and Cypriots

Discover the essence of Greek culture at the Greek School of Ayia Triada Birmingham, where we passionately preserve and promote our rich heritage. Our  dance classes are more than just lessons; they are a journey into the heart of Greek culture. By teaching traditional dances, we instill a deep appreciation for our cultural roots, ensuring these timeless traditions thrive in the next generation.

At Ayia Triada, we believe in the power of community and the importance of involving children in national celebrations and wider community events. Our programs are designed to connect students with the vibrant heritage of Greece, fostering a sense of pride and belonging. Join us and let your children experience the joy and cultural richness that our school brings to life, keeping the spirit of Greek culture alive and flourishing in Birmingham.

Engaging with our cultural heritage helps children develop lasting pride and identity, ensuring the continuation of Greek culture in our community. We welcome children and adults of all ages and skill levels to join our dance classes. Besides regular activities, we offer special Dance Class Days for adults twice a week, providing opportunities to immerse in Greek dance, build community, and celebrate our heritage together.." Mrs S Karafillides

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