Summer School in Homer 2021


The Summer School in Homer will be held online with remote live teaching from Monday 2 - Friday 6 August 2021. The Summer School offers five days of intensive teaching of Homeric language and literature. There will be four language classes each day as well as lectures, between 10.30 and 16.30. The course is not […]

NEW! East London Classics Summer School


News of an exciting development for GCSE Latinists of London, taking place in Hackney/Homerton. This GCSE Latin intensive course, aimed at Year 10 Latinists, who need to refine and tighten up their language skills in advance of the somewhat daunting home strait that is Year 11 runs for 5 days in the first week of […]

August 2 – 7, 2021 The JSST Classical Civilisation and Ancient History Summer School offers courses in Greek, Latin, Classical Civilisation and Ancient History to students aged 16-19. Having run for many years at Repton School, the Summer School is relocating to the scenic Mount St Mary’s College near Sheffield.  It offers a 5-night residential camp for […]

Wadham College Classics Summer School

Applications are open for this five-day summer school run by Wadham College at the University of Oxford, 23-27 August 2021. These Summer Schools are designed to give UK pupils a taste of what it’s like to be an undergraduate studying at the University of Oxford.  Pupils will take part in an academic programme, live in […]


The Classical Association Teaching Board Latin and Greek CPD Day 2021 Saturday 18th September Online The Classical Association Teaching Board would like to invite teachers to an online CPD day. Date and time: Saturday 18th September, 10am - 2.30pm Participants will be given links to some pre-recorded materials and then will be invited to join […]

The Guildford Classical Association Opening Party webinar, Tuesday 21st September, 7.30-8.30pm All are welcome to attend this webinar. For a link to register, please email before 6pm on Tuesday 21st.

Antigone at the Mercury Theatre, Colchester

The show runs from 1-16 October & marks the British premiere of Australian actress & playwright, Merlynn Tong’s adaptation of Sophocles’ classic Greek tragedy. This fierce, fiery, feminist take sees the traditionally male role of Creon, played by a woman. The piece is directed by Dawn Walton OBE, an award-winning Director & Founder of the […]

Join British Museum staff and expert guest speakers for online presentations on key topics to help support your studies. The focus for this study day is Nero and the Julio Claudian dynasty and the social, economic and politic world of the Roman empire. The role of women in both the Ancient Roman and Greek worlds […]

‘The realities of the Olympic Games’

It is our aim that all talks will be held at Badminton School, Peace Memorial Hall. Talks will not be recorded or live streamed. Please email Barbara Bell ( to register. There are no tickets, and talks are free for Bristol Classical Association members, students, and school pupils. There will be a cost of £5 […]

A Moot Trial of Boudica: Terrorist or Freedom Fighter? Live from the Supreme Court Thursday 14 October | 18:00 BST Mother, daughter, warrior queen - Boudica stands on trial for terrorism. Her defence is that she is a freedom fighter in a war against foreign invaders. The Roman authorities view her as a  criminal. Will […]