Classics for All is pleased to announce that the 2012 deadline for grant applications from schools and projects which aim to enable the teaching of Classical subjects in state schools is Friday, 24 February. It will be the second year of grant-giving for the charity, which seeks to increase the number of pupils taking GCSEs […]
Do you know about up-and-coming events about which we should all know? Talks, Performances, Conferences, Summer Schools and more? Share and promote them on The Classics Library Events Calendar (there’s a link to all the Events at the top of the site’s homepage). The Events Calendar can be viewed in two ways: Calendar: a monthly […]
We are looking to appoint for Jan 2012 a well-qualified teacher of Latin & Greek to join a thriving department. This is a part-time position (6.5 hours a week approx.) with teaching in Years 9, 11 and possibly 12. For further details and to apply, please follow the link. http://www.stedwardsoxford.co.uk/vacancies.html
The Open University has free-to-use open learning resources on The Olympic Games. Very thorough, clearly presented and listed, with excellent animations and plenty of referencing. The module was written by Aarón Alzola Romero, in collaboration with a number of leading academics.
Dr Hafed Walda from University College, London will be giving a talk on the Cultural Heritage of Libya in London at our Christmas event on Thursday 15 December 2011 at 6.30pm. Everyone, students and teachers are very welcome! Click here for a brochure.
John Hazel and Sarah Harrison remind everyone of this academic year’s London Classical Reading Competition, which will take place on 7th March 2012 at Queen’s College. All those interested should contact John at email@example.com for more information and a letter.
Open Book Publishers, a non-profit publishing house, run by academics based at the University of Cambridge, and specialising in high-quality research titles in the Humanities and Social Sciences, are launching a new title aimed at schools and the current AS Latin Prose prescription. Cicero, Against Verres, 2.1.53–86: Latin Text with Introduction, Study Questions, Commentary and […]
Did you miss it? It was Thursday 20th October 2011. Here it is.
The St. John’s College Classics and Ancient History Essay Competition will be running for the second time during the academic year 2011/12. The competition is open to all students currently studying in Year 12 anywhere in the UK, and is designed to give students of any subject the opportunity to write an essay on the […]
This competition is for Lower Sixth Form students and is aimed at anyone with interests in the Humanities. It is based on six objects from the College’s small antiquities museum. Named after a Girton student, the Lawrence Room contains Anglo-Saxon finds from the College grounds, Egyptian material including the rare portrait mummy ‘Hermione’, and Mediterranean […]