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The learning of logic through Latin

In a recent interview for a permanent version of my own job, I was asked how I would publicise Latin in three neat benefits to students or parents. The benefits of learning Latin is manifold and, if one stands out … Continue reading

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Community in Conference – Classics in Communities two years on

Classics in Communities celebrated its two years of work in a conference attended by many hard-working and dedicated people interested in spreading Classics. The conference, held at the Sidgwick site last Saturday (19th September), shared good practice from many organisations and … Continue reading

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Classical civilisation passes EBacc test – The letter pages and observations

Well done to Ken Pickering for getting the EBacc letter, signed by no less than 133 signatures, into The Sunday Times‘ letters page today (23Feb2014). The letter calls for the subject of Classical Civilisation to be included in the EBacc performance … Continue reading

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