Here you can find out about our future workshops, lectures and training sessions, and read about what we've been up to.
News and events
- Bristol's Brilliant Archaeology 2022 24 May 2022 Bristol’s Brilliant Archaeology is a celebration of Bristol’s archaeology co-ordinated by Bristol Museums, Galleries & Archives and part of the nationwide Festival of Archaeology.
- Bristol Classics Hub Teach Meet: Who is Classics for? 24 May 2022 The next Hub virtual TeachMeet for current and trainee school teachers.
- New Roman Baths Clore Learning Centre to open this Summer 22 May 2022 Roman Baths new Clore Learning Centre to open Wednesday 22 June.
- Ovid in the West Country 2021 29 November 2021 The 2021 Ovid competition winners & prizegiving at the Roman Baths.
- Association for Latin Teaching (ARLT) summer school 24 May 2021 The Association for Latin Teaching (ARLT) summer school will take place on 26th-30th July and we will be running a workshop on making Classics more inclusive.
- KS2 Word Roots success! 11 February 2021 Classics for All trainer Charlie Andrew ran an afterschool online Word Roots event for KS2 teachers in Bristol and across the South West.
- Ovid in the West Country winners 2020 2 December 2020 On Monday 30th November 2020, the Bristol Classics Hub organised a virtual prize-giving event for students who participated in our fourth annual Ovid in the West Country competition.
- Latin training for PGCE English trainees at UWE Bristol 14 February 2020 PGCE English trainees and mentors at UWE are being introduced to the benefits of Latin, thanks to the efforts and enthusiasm of Course Lead, Joan Foley.
- Exploring Word Roots at Cheltenham Ladies' College 7 February 2020 We organised a teacher training session on 'Exploring Word Roots' at Cheltenham Ladies' College, helping local KS2/KS3 teachers to introduce Latin for literacy into their classrooms.
- GCSE and A Level Greek Theatre Workshops 24 January 2020 On Wednesday 22nd January 2020, the Bristol Classics Hub hosted a day of Greek theatre workshops for local GCSE & A Level students at the Wills Memorial Building.