ARLT Refresher Day 2017
This INSET day will be held at Solihull School on Saturday 4 March 2017. Details, when available will be posted here.
Reading Competition 2017
Details of the ARLT Latin Reading Competition are now available here
Summer School 2017
The venue and dates for the 2017 Summer School are as follows:
Uppingham School, Rutland
Mon.31st July -
Latin set text recordings
Readings made by ARLT for the Latin set texts for 2017 are now available here
Classics for All
For technical reasons to do with updating computers, Peter Jones has lost many of
the email addresses of the CfA reviewers. Would they please email him at his new
It is with sadness that we report the recent death of Peter Newey, a faithful supporter of ARLT.
Vacancy at Rye St. Antony, Oxford for teacher of Latin and Classical Civilisation. Details here
Academy Vivarium Novum
The Academy Vivarium Novum in Rome is offering ten full tuition scholarships for
high school students (16-
Five best books on Learning Latin
Also available as a podcast
ARLT Latin Reading Competition
Alexander the Great Holiday History Camp 5-
For Secondary and 6 Form students. Full details here
Summer School 2016
University of Cambridge Institute of Continuing Education -
National Curriculum grade descriptors for Latin available on the syllabus page
Imperium Latin Course by Julian Morgan:
Now available free of charge from TES Resources. Full details here.
ARLT Summer School 2016
Save the date!
ARLT Refresher Day 2016
Recording of Aeneid Book IV, directed by John Hazel on our audio page
Higher Education Academy
Workshop and Project materials now available in the For Teachers section. Login required.
ARLT Summer School 2015
Please note change to advertised programme: Daniel Morden’s Story-
Revised programme available here.
ARLT Latin Reading Competition -
Read the obituary for Joan Newey here
ARLT Refresher Day March 2015
Report and materials here
With the merger of JACT and the CA, the teaching materials which were formerly hosted on the JACT website, will now be available on this site. To access the materials, you will need to register and/or login, in the normal way.
It is with great sadness that we report the death of ARLT member, Joan Newey, who passed away on Sunday 21st December. Our condolences go out to Peter. her husband. The funeral will be on 16th January 2015 at 3.00pm at the Downs crematorium, Brighton. Anyone from ARLT would be very welcome.
ARLT Refresher Day, Leeds March 7th 2015
Further details now available on the Refresher Day page
ARLT Summer School, Monmouth July 2015
VIRGIL SOCIETY MEETINGS IN 2015 Details here
Recordings of set texts of Aeneid 9 and Ovid Met. III, now available here
Report on the ARLT Summer School 2014 now available here
The History of ARLT in Latin
Read John Hazel’s account here
Reading Competition 2014
ARLT Annual Refresher Day
Teaching materials and files now available here
New from Open Book Publishers:
Tacitus Annals 15.20-
“Sicily: the Land of Gods”
“Read it Right”, the work of Wilf O’Neill and previously featured on his website, is now available through ARLT here
Disappearance of Classics in Education
Read about it in the BLOG
Tuition scholarships available at the Academy Vivarium Novum in Rome
ARLT Latin Reading Competition 2013 -
Read Wilf O’Neill’s obituary here
Details of Wilf O’Neill’s funeral are here
RIP Wilf O’Neill
It is with great sadness that we report the death of Wilf O’Neill.
Details of funeral arrangements and obituary to follow
Open Book Publishers: Aeneid 4. 1-
Information about this newly released publication is
ARLT audio files
Recordings of GCSE Latin set texts 2013-
Open Book Publisher announces forthcoming publication of Aeneid 4.1–299: Latin text, study questions, commentary,
and interpretive essays’ by Ingo Gildenhard. Price: £14.95
This work focuses on one of the OCR A-
Classical Anthology website
Founded in 1911 by W. H. D Rouse, the Association is run by and for teachers of Latin.
The Association originally set out to “reform” the teaching of Latin -
This site is available to everyone interested in the teaching of Latin and related subjects. You will only need to register if you want to access the pages specifically intended for practising teachers. The Association now provides a range of services, including: