Why Aegina? Far more than just ”The Invisible” Soft breezes, peaceful with an absence of tourist throngs, Temples, museums, glorious long sandy beaches, Byzantine churches, traditional villages, fabulous food, a floating fruit and veg market, horse drawn carriages, sculpture and pottery workshops, wildlife sanctuary and hospital, even a camera obscura – and all within […]
Michael Murray of Churcher’s College, Petersfield has written the following topical blog post… I come to bury Corbyn, not to praise him. The forces of globalisation left the Roman republican senate behind, our political parties face the same danger. ‘Et tu, Michael’, commented Stanley Johnson, Boris Johnson’s father, in response to Michael Gove’s leadership […]
You might be interested to hear about a new project at Cambridge, Contexts of and Relations between Early Writing Systems (CREWS for short). We are keen to engage schools and the public in our research, which will involve some specific activities to be launched in the near future. For now you can read about the […]
Details about last year’s competition and all you need to know about this year’s… The Classical Association – Jowett Sendelar Competition 2015 Report from the Judges On behalf of the organising committee, The Classical Association and the Jowett Trustees, we offer our thanks to those teachers who support the Competition and who encourage their pupils […]
Free, or for a donation, large activity packs for Latin, from Romans Go Home, maker of many Latin apps. For more information, click here.
Mention a School Trip to Russia and one usually thinks of the History Department; Tsars, Napoleon, Revolutions and Cold War. However, thanks to Catherine II and Peter I (avid collectors of all things European) the country boasts not only an impressive collection of Neo Classical Architecture, but also of Greek and Roman, Hittite and Persian, […]
A school has some old copies of CLC, if anyone should like them… Old copies of CLC4A/B 30-40 copies of the old old edition (small pink edition) going free to a good home – contact firstname.lastname@example.org before Monday 29th May if interested!
Open Book Publishers (and DCC Commentaries) have released a commentary on Ovid’s Amores 1. It’s free to use online and very affordable in a variety of formats. You can find it here.
An update from Terry bird on all the RVs he has to help you and your pupils with their texts… For Latin, I have prepared Cicero Pro Milone (part one), Tacitus Annals I (part one), Virgil Aeneid VIII (part one) and am now working on the Ovid, Tibullus and Propertius. For Greek I intend to […]
July 2016: The Staton Essay Prize, ‘The City’ The Staton Essay Prize is an interdisciplinary essay competition open to all students currently studying in Year 12 anywhere in the UK (or its equivalent in the EU and internationally). The interdisciplinary character of the competition reflects the specialism at Regent’s Park College, in teaching and research […]