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ARLT Annual Refresher Day

7 March


The Association for Latin Teaching

Annual Refresher Day 2020

INSET by practising teachers for practising teachers


Saturday 7th March
The London Oratory School


Registration now open through Eventbrite: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/arlt-refresher-day-2020-tickets-89584372269 or search ARLT Refresher Day 2020

Tickets cost £40 (including lunch and refreshments)





09.30               Registration and refreshments

10.00 – 10:45  Introduction followed by

Professor William Fitzgerald of King’s College London on ‘Three Latin Poets in a Word’

10:45 – 11:10  Coffee break

11:10 – 12:10  Option Groups A

12:15 – 13:15  Option Groups B

13:15 – 14:00  Lunch

14:00  – 14:45  Dr Daniel Jolowicz of King’s College London on

‘Did Imperial-period Greeks read Latin Poetry?’

14:45 – 15:45  Option Groups C

15:45               Refreshments followed by Departure

16:00               ARLT Committee Meeting


The Hellenic Book Service will be displaying their collection throughout the day.



Option Group Choices

Block A

John Hazel, OCR A level Latin Horace Odes III

Sam Baddeley, GCSE Latin language revision techniques

Lauren Bright, Eduqas GCSE Latin Pliny Letters VI.16 and VI.20

Hilary Walters, Hexameters for the nervous

Fiona Gow, OCR A level Classical Civilisation Virgil’s Aeneid


Block B

Helen Lowe, Making use of ICT in teaching and learning Latin

Alison Henshaw, OCR GCSE Latin Germanicus & Piso and Regulus

Laura Beech, OCR GCSE Greek Euripides’ Electra

Ann Gate, Using resources from museum exhibitions to enrich Classics teaching


Block C

Jacob Duncan, OCR GCSE Latin Literature and Culture

Helen Morrison, OCR A level Latin Tacitus Histories I

Ana Henderson, OCR GCSE Greek Herodotus

Steve Hunt, GCSE grammar in CLC Books 1-3


Directed by Jessica Dixon

Email: jdixon@los.ac



7 March
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Jessica Dixon


London Oratory School
Seagrave Road
London, SW6 1RX United Kingdom
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