Study Days and Lectures
Classical Art and Archaeology
Greek and Roman literature
Ancient Greek and Latin languages
Caroline lectures for English Heritage, local archaeological societies and has delivered talks and led debates on various Classical topics in schools.
Lullingstone Roman Villa was the subject of Caroline’s dissertation for her Master of Arts in Classical Art and Archaeology at King’s College London. In November 2018, she was delighted to be able to share the findings of her research at an English Heritage Members’ Event at Lullingstone where attendees enjoyed a lecture from Caroline who then led a private tour of the villa. The event was fully booked with further talks currently being planned.
Caroline also does outreach work with local primary schools, offering visits to correspond with the National Curriculum Key Stages 1 and 2 topics of the Greeks and Romans. Recent school events include leading a team of Year 4 pupils in a debate about the Elgin Marbles and delivering lessons in ‘An Introduction to Latin’ and ‘Beginners’ Greek’.
Caroline also runs reading groups in Classical literature such as Homer and Virgil in translation with the opportunity to study parts of these in the original language. Short courses in Classical Art and Archaeology are also proving popular.
Caroline is happy to talk on a variety of Classical topics, for all age ranges, and would be delighted to tailor a study day to your needs. Please contact her if you would like to enquire further.
Thank you very much for coming to our debate. I learned a lot and I particularly enjoyed it when we had to write our own speeches.
KS2 pupil, Kent