3rd February, 1-3:30pm A series of lectures for 6th Form pupils by King’s College London Academics on aspects relating to Imperial Image and Augustan Rome. About this Event 1.00-1.15pm: Welcome and Introduction (Dr James Corke-Webster) 1.15-2.00pm: ‘Augustus and Religion’ (Dr James Corke-Webster) 2.00-2.15pm: Q&A (Dr James Corke-Webster) 2.15-2.30pm: Break 2.30-3.15pm: ‘A tomb fit for an […]
The St. John’s College Classics and Ancient History Essay Competition will be running for the eleventh time during the academic year 2020/21. The competition is open to all UK students currently studying in Year 12 (Lower Sixth) or equivalent, whether or not they are currently studying a Classical or Ancient subject. All entrants will be invited […]
The ARLT are excited to announce that the Refresher Day will be online this year on 6th March. Sign up is via https://trybooking.com/uk/events/landing?eid=16184&…. Join for lots of help, advice and collaboration on online teaching and teaching of the ancient world!
Teacher of Classics (Maternity Cover) Required from April 2021 We are seeking to appoint an enthusiastic and talented Teacher of Classics to teach up to and including A level, from the start of the summer term during week commencing 19 April 2021 for approximately 10 months, to cover a period of maternity leave. This is […]
From the Museum of Classical Archaeology at Cambridge. “Follow our handy instructions and write your own Greek myth with heroes, villains, gods and monsters. You can choose between four story types: a quest, homecoming, foundation and monster. Download our brand new activity now!” https://www.classics.cam.ac.uk/museum/museum-pdfs/things-to-do/things-to-do-at-home/ks2-greeks-home-learning-resources/CopyofDesignyourownGreekmyth2.pdf?fbclid=IwAR35aFu1cxEMq1dsiWBA0UOnmI1IMA5UFcmyemxnywpZpMTaJeU7ayzqytI
Please complete the consultation to have your say! “Government decided that schools and colleges must close to most, to limit the spread of coronavirus (COVID-19). Through this joint consultation, Ofqual and the Department for Education want to hear the views of students who were due to take their exams, their parents and carers, their teachers, […]
A message from Cecilia Criado, project Director… I am pleased to announce the launch of the Digital Library of the Theban Myth, with critical editions, comments and translations into modern languages: […]
The CA Teaching Board is launching a new teacher awards scheme. The invitation to nominate is on their website here and on CA social media. Nominations can be made online here or by downloading a Word version of the form and emailing it to email@example.com by the closing date, 26 February. The awards aim to recognise outstanding […]
The CA is looking to appoint an EDI Officer. It’s a voluntary role with expenses paid. Open to teachers. There’s an invitation to apply on their website here: https://classicalassociation.org/governance/.
Free webinar with University of Reading/UAE! 26 Feb 11 – 12am – topic Virgil and the Aeneid with Dr Will Rossiter All information can be found here.