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If you are interested in what Classics has to offer and would like to introduce it in some form in your school click below to go to the Classics for All page on different options available and to apply for a Grant.

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Primary Schools

Pupils at Key Stage 2 must study a foreign language, but this can include Latin or ancient Greek, not just modern languages.  Latin is the root of the Romance languages and provides a great foundation for the later study of French or Spanish.

Latin also supports English literacy across the curriculum by enhancing grammatical understanding and insight into the origins of words, spelling and the meaning of prefixes and suffixes.

Latin dovetails with other areas of the curriculum, such as KS2 History and the study of Roman Britain. 

Most importantly Primary Latin is fun and accessible to all.

We offer FREE training for primary teachers/assistants to learn to teach either the Minimus course or Maximum Classics or Mega Greek - no previous subject knowledge is required. 

Secondary Schools

Classics has something for everyone and all abilities at Secondary School.

Latin can be taught in all key stages and exams are available at GCSE and A Level, as well as an entry level Latin qualification. Both Latin and Ancient Greek meet the language requirement for the English Baccalaureate.

Classics and ancient history stimulate interests in many fields of human endeavour and can be taken up at any level.  Find out how you could include it in your existing curriculum.

We offer FREE training for teachers/assistants to learn to teach Latin, Ancient Greek, Classical Civilisation or Ancient History - no previous classical knowledge is required, although some is helpful if you are interested in teaching the A Level. 

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