Teacher of Classics (Part time .4) Maternity coverCompetitive salary plus benefits Required September 2020 or January 2021 South Hampstead High School is seeking to appoint a dynamic, energetic and inspirational Teacher of Classics to join an exciting Classics Department with an excellent academic record. Suitable candidates will be able to teach Latin and Classical Civilisation […]
https://youtu.be/LehJ8TP1vAM By Jove Theatre presents Medea by Wendy Haines in a live broadcast at 7PM BST, on 14 June 2020. The cast of Medea features SJ Brady, Sinead Costelloe, and Rosa Whicker. It is directed by David Bullen. Publicity and technical coordination by Nicole Savin.
Booking now open. Full details here: http://arlt.co.uk/2020.html
From Classics for All…
https://cudl.lib.cam.ac.uk/collections/mycenae To quote… The Mycenae Archive presented here draws on the core collection in the Archives of the Faculty of Classics at the University of Cambridge. The collection principally consists of notebooks, drawings, plans and photographs of the archaeological endeavours of the team of the British School at Athens at Mycenae in 1920-1923, 1939 and […]
Announcing FIT Theatre Resources Found in Translation Theatre are launching a free online outreach project called FIT Theatre Resources, providing fun & free activities for teachers & students of ancient drama that can be enjoyed remotely at home or in school. The first edition, available now, is Dramatic Mask Design & includes: – video explaining […]
Diogenes is a free computer program and web app with which users can search and read any Latin or Greek text with integrated vocabulary and morphology support parallel to the text (it is available here: http://d.iogen.es/).
News of the new MA in Classics at KCL from the Department itself… Would you like to study for an MA in Classics but don’t have any prior knowledge of the ancient languages? The MA in Classics at King’s College London is for you! The Department of Classics at King’s is making it possible for […]
From the people behind de Romanis… Introducing de Romanis… Join us over the week from Monday 8th to Friday 12th Juneas we explore the new Latin course, de Romanis. We will be hearing from the author team on how to make the most of the de Romanis textbooks and resources, as well as sharing some […]
To inspire students to explore the ancient world, the UCL Department of Greek and Latin is advertising an essay competition with two categories: one for school students in years 12 and 13 in the UK (or equivalent); the other for those in years 10 and 11 (or equivalent) in the academic year 2019/20. Engaging with […]