We are delighted to offer our GCSE Latin Conference course for 2022 which offers all teachers of GCSE Latin and others involved in the Classics an opportunity to invigorate their teaching practice. The conference will also take a fresh look at ways to maximise the attainment of all students as well as giving some focus onto recruitment at GCSE and also A level in the Classics.
Emphasis will be on the Literature set texts for 2023 – 2024, offering insights into fresh, invigorating and robust approaches to teaching the set texts, as well as exploring tactics for success in the longer questions. Equal attention will also be given to Language, similarly on fresh perspectives and approaches to teaching Language.
The conference sessions will be presented by expert Latin practitioners Hayley Walker, Head of Classics at Streatham & Clapham High School GDST, and Katharine Radice, Parkside Community College, Cambridge.
This course, tailored to suit, can be delivered in your school. Discuss this further with our CPD team on 01625 532974 or click below to make an enquiry.
Katharine Radice teaches Latin for Parkside Community College and she is the former Head of Classics for the Stephen Perse Foundation in Cambridge and Westminster School, London. She is an experienced examiner and the co-author of several school-level Latin textbooks, including de Romanis, a new KS3 Latin course tailored to achieve smooth progression to GCSE for Latin, Classical Civilisation or Ancient History.
Hayley Walker is the Head of Classics at Streatham & Clapham High School GDST. She completed her PGCE at King’s College London in 2015 before teaching Classics at the West London Free School where she had a hand in introducing and implementing the successful Latin A Level course. She has experience of teaching Latin GCSE and A Level, teaching through numerous specification changes to students with a wide range of abilities.