In this section you will find useful resources and downloads as well as information on funding and events.

CATB

The Classical Association Teaching Board (CATB) was established in 2015. It supports teachers of classical subjects and ancient history at all levels; it offers INSET days, supporting materials and other CPD. The CATB works closely with examination boards and other subject associations.The CATB builds on the work of the Joint Association of Classical Teachers (JACT) which was founded in 1963 and merged with the Classical Association in 2015.

Get in touch

The CA has a special board of advisors specifically charged with matters of concern to Classics teaching in the UK. If you would like to make the Teaching Board aware of an issue, please contact the Office.


Euroclassica

Euroclassica is the European non-profit association of teachers of classical languages and civilisations. Find out more here.

You can follow Euroclassica on Twitter at @Euroclassica, and read the latest newsletter here.

The 2021 Euroclassica Conference and General Assembly will take place in Split, Croatia and Mostar, Bosnia-Herzegovina from 27-29 August. Further information and a provisional programme are available here, and registration details can be found here.


CNARELA (Coordination Nationale des Associations Régionales des Enseignants de Langues Anciennes)

CNARELA is the national coordination of the regional associations of Classics teachers in France. You can read its latest newsletter here.


Open Letter to the DfE on ITT bursaries

In November 2020 Dr Sharon Marshall, Chair of the CATB, wrote an open letter to the DfE challenging cuts to Initial Teaching Training bursaries which were announced on 13 October. Read the letter.


Classical Conversations: Oxford Classics in Your Classroom

  • A free 30-minute virtual conversation with one of the Oxford Classics academics
  • Choose a Classical topic of your choice

Contact [email protected] to discuss your requirements and make a booking.


University of Roehampton: Taster session for A Level students

The University of Roehampton offers a taster session for students in Years 12 and 13 on the topic of ‘Killing Caesar, and how history remembers his assassin’ given by Dr Kathryn Tempest.

You can register to access the recording here.

The video on ‘The great conspiracy against Julius Caesar’, mentioned by Kathryn in the taster session, can be found here.


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