Study Days and Lectures

Classical Art and Archaeology, Greek and Roman literature, Ancient Greek and Latin languages


Caroline lectures across the country including for English Heritage for whom she delivered a Members' Event at Lullingstone Roman Villa including a private tour of the villa. She also lectures for local history and archaeological societies.


In 2019, Caroline set up a Classics Club in East Sussex and delivered a series of lectures on Classical Art and Archaeology. Members of the Classics Club grew quickly and now exceed 60. In addition, the Classics Club has a Homer Reading Group which meets weekly, currently via Zoom, (with coffee and cake!) and their current book is the Odyssey in translation. The group also enjoys trips to London with Caroline leading tours of the British Museum's Greek and Roman galleries. If you would like to join one of these British Museum tours, please get in touch.

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 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.


"Loving the group. It makes Monday special and gives me something else to focus on... not Covid!! Caroline is a warm and enthusiastic tutor and we are learning lots... from one another as well. Such a treat!"

Beth, Classics Club member. July 2020.

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 (c) Claire Lowe Photography


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