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26/05/2016

CELEBRATING GREEK LANGUAGE & EDUCATION IN THE UK

In collaboration with the Greek Embassy in London, Classics in Communities is pleased to host a profile-raising event to celebrate Greek language and culture education in the UK. The event aims to bring together teachers of Classical Greek from schools, universities and community settings to share their experiences, and to discuss ways in which Greek language and culture education might be made more accessible for learners of all ages.

Included in the programme are talks by academics working in Classics, Theology and Medieval languages, primary and secondary school teachers, outreach officers and community educators. A round-table discussion will help identify priorities for the future of Greek language and culture education in the UK, and the drinks reception will provide opportunities for informal networking.
DATE:                  Saturday 11 June 2016
TIME:                   14:00 – 19:00
PLACE:                The Hellenic Centre, London
We have a limited number of spaces left; if you would like to attend please contact Emma Searle (emma.searle@classics.ox.ac.uk) to book a place.
There is no charge to attend this event.

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05/05/2016

Booking for the upcoming Classics in Communities Teacher Training & Information Workshops is now open. Go to the Workshops page for more information and booking forms.


01/03/2016

Starting to Teach Latin, a handbook for teachers providing both practical, up-to-date guidance and a theoretical overview on a number of key topics in Latin teaching, by Classics in Communities Co-Founder Steve Hunt is available now from Bloomsbury.

www.startingtoteachlatin.org

Available directly from Bloomsbury