Monday, 21 May 2018 21:46

CGL Examinations 2018 Concluded!

For the fourteenth consecutive year, the Centre for the Greek Language (CGL) Examinations have been sat, completed, and sent to Greece for marking! This year, a total of 17 candidates, including candidates from St. Andrew’s Grammar, other schools and workplaces, sat for one of the 7 levels on offer. The examinations were held on the 15th, 16th and 17th of May respectively.

Levels: A1 (8-12 year olds), A1 (Adolescents & Adults), A2, and B1, with Examination Invigilators (Left: Mrs Eva Tsapazi and Mrs Katina Maounis; Right: Mrs Katerina Reklitis and Dr Angela Evangelinou-Yiannakis)


The examinations were held in the Harmanis Block of St. Andrew’s Grammar, starting after midday on Tuesday and Wednesday due to the National Assessment Program – Literacy and Numeracy (NAPLAN), which involved a number of CGL candidates. On Thursday, the two candidates who sat the highest level (C2) commenced their examinations at 8.45am.

Level C2


I would like to take this opportunity to thank St. Andrew’s Grammar Principal, Mr Craig D’cruz, and the staff and students for accommodating the CGL Examinations in the Harmanis Block. In particular, thanks are extended to Mrs Nicky Chamberlain, Academic Director, who rostered classes into other rooms over the three days, offering us a quiet, examination-friendly environment.

My gratitude is especially extended to CGL Committee Member, Mrs Katerina Reklitis, who co-invigilated the examinations with me on each of the three days, and who was also a co-marker for the oral component. Mrs Eva Tsapazi and Mrs Katina Maounis also assisted by invigilating Part One of two of the examinations on the first day.

The examination papers and recordings have been sent to the CGL in Thessaloniki, Greece, where they will be assessed. The results will be announced in early to mid-September, after which the successful candidates will receive a Certificate of Attainment in Greek from Greece’s Ministry of Education, Research and Religious Affairs, and the Centre for the Greek Language.

Greece’s proposed dates for next year’s CGL Examinations are as follows:

Level A1 (8-12 year olds): Tuesday 21 May 2019
Level A1 (adolescents & adults): Tuesday 21 May 2019
Level A2: Tuesday 21 May 2019
Level B1: Tuesday 21 May 2019
Level B2: Wednesday 22 May 2019
Level C1: Wednesday 22 May 2019
Level C2: Thursday 23 May 2019


I take this opportunity, on behalf of the CGL Committee, to wish the 2018 candidates the very best of luck with their results!

Dr Angela Evangelinou-Yiannakis
Director of the CGL at St. Andrew’s Grammar (61002)

21 May 2018

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