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Teaching GCSE Classical Civilisation and Ancient History

CPD Residential

Friday 7 (after school) - Sunday 9 July 2017

Specification-tailored workshops delivered by academics and experienced teachers • Practical advice about starting these subjects from scratch • New teaching resources and how to use them • Exam information • Introduction to teaching Classical Civilisation and Ancient History for non-specialist teachers

Keynote speakers: Professors Edith Hall and Thomas Harrison

Full Bursaries Available

 

Draft Programme



All teachers and PGCE students are welcome, especially non-subject specialists and those considering starting these subjects for the first time in their schools. Details of the programme will be posted early in the New Year.

Fee (including all meals and accommodation): £175
Non-residential fee (attendance and lunch only): £25
Bursaries are available to cover the whole cost and help with travel expenses for teachers in the maintained sector.

Deadline for bookings: Bookings for this event closed on 31 March 2017. However, it may still be possible to find you a place, please email us on if you are interested in attending.
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