KCL has produced a series of videos, hosted by members of the Department, to support various topics on the A level Classical Civilisation syllabus (plus a couple on philosophy topics). They are also hoping to make some more. The videos may, for example, help with the issue of quoting scholarship, as outlined in the specification. […]
St Benedict’s School currently has an urgent need for a cover teacher from Monday 29th April 2019 for 4 weeks. The post will be covering Years 7 & 8 Latin and Year 9 Classical Civilisation. The days to be worked will be 3 days per week as detailed below: Weeks 1 & 3 – Monday, […]
Reminder for Artefact to Art Competition deadline, next week Weds 17th April 2019.
The Department of Classics, Ancient History, and Archaology at the University of Birmingham is keen to develop closer working relationships with local schools and there are plans afoot to design a series of online resources that will be made freely available to schools and sixth forms to support A Level study in Ancient History and […]
Penny Howell has retired and would like someone else to benefit from a collection of Classics books which spans her fifty years in teaching. There are texts in Greek and Latin and language book of various vintages, some in sets. Penny is based in East Sussex and can be contact at email@example.com.
A message from Classics teacher Charlie Nicholls, about an exciting CPD opportunity in India this summer… Dear all, My name is Charlie Nicholls and I am a team leader for a CPD Fellowship which is happening in Bangalore, India this August. We are recruiting teachers who are keen to develop their own CPD but also […]
Dear all, Due to popular demand, the deadline for submitting entries to the 2019 Artefact to Art competition has been extended. The new deadline is now Wednesday 17th April. The Artefact to Art competition, now in its second year, encourages children to engage creatively with antiquity. Stories, poems, and pieces of visual art around the […]
Summer course in Florence for school leavers and university students exploring the mythology and classical inspiration behind the Renaissance. Week 1: Sunday 14th July – Sunday 21st July 2019 Week 2: Sunday 21st July – Sunday 28th July 2019 Seminars, site visits, shared accommodation and cultural activities included. Deadline 21st April 2019. Click here for […]
The Roman Society’s Schools Committee makes grants to schools to promote the teaching of Latin and Roman studies. Most of the grants are awarded for buying textbooks and other teaching resources. Applications from schools planning to start courses in Latin are particularly welcome. The usual level of award is £50 to £500. For full details […]
Found In Translation are now offering freshly designed Greek Drama workshops to be delivered in schools and colleges throughout 2019. Developed by our creative practitioners in close consultation with classics teachers, these new workshops aim to bring the ancient world alive with theatre. Each visit is tailored to the size and needs of your group […]