Classics events in Wales
Teacher Training Weekend at Gregynog Hall, 13-15th January 2017
Talks and workshops on how to incorporate Classics into your classroom teaching for new and current Classics Teachers. Cost:£170; full bursaries and travel reimbursement available.
Details and registration: http://cymruwalesclassicshub.weebly.com/teacher-training-weekend.html
Annual conference Saturday 4th February 2017, Swansea University Bay Campus
Free event with talks on practical aspects of teaching the ancient world and small group sessions open to teachers of Classical subjects at all levels.
Programme and registration: http://cymruwalesclassicshub.weebly.com/annual-conference-2017.htm.
'From Olympus to Swansea': Ancient Greek and Welsh Cultural Heritage Project (Years 3 and 4 pupils)
Myths and legends are used to explore connections between Ancient Greek and Welsh culture complementing the Key Stage 2 curriculumon the Romans.
Six free workshops delivered between February and May 2017. Email to register: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Schools Competition (all ages, free of charge)
This year’s competition for schools in Wales will be on the topic of the environment in antiquity.
For secondary schools, we will also have an individual translation competition in Latin and Greek.
Deadline: Friday 30th June 2017. Details and guidelines (http://swwclassicalassociation.weebly.com/schools-competition.html).
Events Contact: Catherine.email@example.com