LCOC is holding its first symposium! This is an informal academic and social event for all students to present research on any topics relating to classics, decolonisation, and race. They are currently taking applications for speakers, so please email them at firstname.lastname@example.org by the 26th of July if you are interested in speaking. Any student […]
From ‘The Muddy Archaeologist’… Nero: Who Do You Think You Are (https://muddyarchaeologist.thinkific.com/courses/nero) The course is richly illustrated in the video lectures, there are oodles of downloadable handouts – lecture notes, maps, glossary, List of Persons, family trees, etc. as well as great quizzes to consolidate learning at every stage. It’s on demand (recorded) so that […]
The new 🌈COLOUR version of the Labyrinth and Knossos Throne Room playsets is LIVE! To celebrate, use code MATLEAVE to get £2 off any of the sets – Throne Room, Labyrinth, or both combined – until midnight on Sunday June 27th.
The projects runs Latin, Classical Civilisation and Ancient History programmes up to GCSE across Merseyside, and is introducing a Greek programme too! FURTHER DETAILS
The Classical Association Teaching Board, with Classics for All and the British School at Athens, is delighted to present a unique CPD event on Ancient Athenian Inscriptions in UK Collections. Among the most enduring habits of the ancient world was the inscription of public and private documents on stone and other hard surfaces. From ancient […]
Classics for All Oxfordshire, Berkshire and Buckinghamshire Network Event Wednesday 19th May 2021, 3:30 – 5:30pm On Wednesday 19th May, you are invited to a Zoom meeting on Teacher Assessed Grades for Classics. As many of our colleagues are in single person departments, we think it would be good for colleagues to meet to support […]
Applications are now open for Classics Abroad 2021 Online (26th – 30th July) and in Florence (1st – 8th August), our summer course exploring classical antiquity through the art, literature and history of Florence. This year, the theme is ‘Challenge the Canon’ as we explore questions such as: How were ancient texts and artwork discovered? […]
Next week (3-7 May), Bloomsbury are celebrating 1 year of de Romanis, their KS3 Latin course. If you haven’t yet taken a look at de Romanis, now’s your chance to explore more of what it has to offer with a whole host of events throughout the week. The author team will be putting on another […]
Priam is a new ancient history resource and hub, founded by Eugenia Russell. Visit Priam to take a look!
Paul Holland, Latin and Classics teacher at Westonbirt School, in Gloucestershire, started this project as a way of plugging the gaps for his pupils in these extraordinary times, but which has expanded into something much broader. His YouTube channel, Lockdown Learning, concentrates primarily on Classics, although there are now plenty of EPQ/French/Art History videos on […]