Primary Teachers’ Teach-Meet and FREE CPD for any schools currently not offering Classics Friday 6th March, 4-6pmKing’s College, London – exact venue TBC Classics for All is delighted to invite all our Primary Latin (and Greek) teachers to our first Teach-Meet specifically for Primary teachers. It will be a fantastic opportunity to talk to Maximum […]
A Level and GCSE Ancient History Training (also suitable for those teaching Democracy and the Athenians, and Politics of the Late Republic from the A Level Classical Civilisation) Saturday 29th February, 1:15 – 5:30pmPimlico Academy, Lupus Street, Pimlico, SW1V 3AT Classics for All and Pimlico Academy would like to invite you to a FREE afternoon […]
The King’s School, Canterbury will host an evening lecture given by James Renshaw (author of In search of the Romans’ and ‘In search of the Greeks’ on Friday 17th January 2020 at 7pm in the School Room: ‘Dancing Fauns and Fountain Spouts – how the Pompeian super-rich lived.’ All welcome but please contact the Head […]
ELLIOT LECTURE – Thursday, 23 JANUARY 2020 The Departments of Classics at Loughborough School Foundation would like to invite parents, teachers, and students to this year’s Elliott Lecture, which will host a lecture given by Nottingham Classical Association. Dr Ed Bispham, lecturer of Ancient History at Brasenose College, Oxford, is going to talk to us […]
An exciting opportunity for VIth Form pupils to attend lectures and seminars given by university lecturers. Wednesday February 5th 2020, Leicester University Pupils: £8 Staff (including lunch): £15 Book online at: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/emact-vith-form-classics-day-tickets-88806096425 Bookings will close 31st January 2020 at 16:00.
HAPPY NEW YEAR! Let’s give a final push for the upcoming Latin Spelling bee competition on the 25th March. There is one week left for applying to this great event. We have over 20 schools coming along. Lots of great talks and the play of Medea will enhance this unique experience.
Kent College Pembury is delighted to invite others to attend the lecture “Decay and Renewal: Living Conditions, Populism, and the Starving Plebs of Romulus’ Cesspit from Caesar to Augustus” by Dr Christopher Burden-Strevens from the University of Kent. The Lecture will take place at 4:30 on Monday, 27th January, 2020 at Kent College Pembury. It […]
Watford Grammar School for Girls Trojan Women production The WGGS Drama and Classics Departments are proud to be performing Euripides’ Trojan Women as our school production this year. The play is set in a refugee camp on outskirts of Troy in the aftermath of the Trojan War. With all the men dead, the women are […]
News of this year’s competition from LSA CA… Every year, the Lytham St Annes CA holds a nationwide Classics Competition for students in years 7-13 to produce and deliver a presentation in 15 minutes or less in response to a particular question about the ancient world. The competition is free to enter, and offers young […]
Troy’s eternal appeal – a lecture by Alexandra Villing Join Classics for All for their first event of 2020 as we celebrate our charity’s Tenth Anniversary Year! We’ve invited the dynamic Alexandra Villing, lead curator of the British Museum exhibition ‘Troy: Myth and Reality’, to share the inside story about putting the exhibition together in this […]