ARLT

The Association for Latin Teaching

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The College is situated off the M5, in the heart of Cheltenham Spa. It is served by Cheltenham Spa Railway station, which is approximately 8 mins drive from the school. Please see the School’s website for travel details.

Cheltenham College is a co-educational independent school, located in Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, England.

One of the public schools of the Victorian period, it was opened in July 1841. A Church of England foundation, it is well known for its classical, military and sporting traditions, and currently has approximately 640 pupils.

The school is set in beautiful grounds in the middle of Cheltenham.

Sleeping accommodation is in single or double study bedrooms with a washbasin.

Some en suite rooms are available. Facilities include tennis courts, swimming pool and bar.


The cost:

should be met from your school’s INSET budget

is halved for PGCE students

can be reduced by £80 for first-timers

A limited number of £100 bursaries available on application – see below and booking form.

The price per person for residents includes tuition, full board and a single or twin room with a washbasin or en suite facilities.


Fees

Total cost: £295 (twin, not ensuite), £320 (twin ensuite/single, not ensuite), or £350 (single ensuite)

Non-residential:  £175

PGCE Student:             £175 (not ensuite)

First time attendee: please reduce the cost of your chosen room by £80

Daily rate:  £90
Please specify details of dates required

Bursary requests must be sent as early as possible to:

Hilary Walters, Hon Treasurer, 16 Dunster Road, West Bridgford, Nottingham NG2 6JF

Please enclose a supporting letter of application from you with the reason for your request or from your school stating their reasons for not fully funding your place. ONLY ONE CONCESSION PER DELEGATE.


OPTION GROUPS

GCSE, AS and A2 set texts, Latin & Greek

Classical Civilisation  topics  

Latin/Greek language  

KS3 Latin, Common Entrance, CLC

New Testament Greek/Medieval Latin

Hands on Roman life workshops

Starting out in Classics teaching

Using technology in Classics teaching/Classics

Classical book group


Tuition can be arranged for teachers who would like help with basic translation of set texts or wish to brush up their language. Please ask for more information.

Please indicate any interest in a particular area of study when you book.


SPEAKERS

Patrick Finglass (Bristol)   

PhD research on Greek Religion (Reading) 

Amy Coker

Llewelyn Morgan (Oxford)

Bath – Archway Project

Mary Harlow (Leicester)

John Bulwer (Euroclassica)

Kathryn Tempest (Roehampton)

Emily Hauser  (Exeter)

Nick Wilshere   (Nottingham


PROGRAMME

Monday

Option Group

Patrick Finglass, Editing Sappho

Tuesday

Option Groups

Hellenic Bookservice

PhD students on Greek Religion

Amy Coker, Offensive Language

Llewelyn Morgan, Poetic Metre

 Wednesday

Visit to Chedworth Roman Villa

Option Groups

Archway Project – Roman Bath/Euroclassica

Mary Harlow, Making Roman togas

Thursday

Option Groups

Emily Hauser, Women of Ancient Myth

Kathryn Tempest, Cicero

Drama & Music entertainment

Friday

Option Group

Nicholas Wilshere, Lucian


Details may be subject to change.

Any additions or alterations to the programme will be posted on the ARLT and Classical Association websites


BOOKING FORM


Name  ……………………….…………………………………………………………..

Home address  ………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………….

Home phone  ………………………………………………………………………….

Mobile phone  ……………………….…………………………………………………

Email  ……………………………………………………………………………………..

School name  …….…………………………………………………………………..

School email  ………………………………………………………………………….

Please tick here if you do not want these details circulated to other Summer School delegates.

Single / Twin room (delete as applicable)

If twin, sharing with …………………………………………..

En suite requested …………………………………….....

Fees payable (please indicate clearly):

Full fees               £350/ £320/ £295

First timer           £270/ £240/ £215

Non-residential £175 Date(s)   …………………………………………………………………………………………………

PGCE student    £175

With bursary      £250/220/195 (delete below as applicable):

self-funded / low income / retired / no budget / other:

Please enclose a deposit of £100 (non-refundable).

Cheques payable to ARLT.

BACS RBS Nottingham City sort code 162632, account no. 11137895

Balance due by 31st May

Send to: Alison Henshaw, Summer School Secretary,

1 Quaker Close, Melbourne, Derbyshire DE73 8GW


ARLT Summer School 2019


Monday 29th July –
Friday 2nd August 2019


Cheltenham College

Gloucestershire, GL53 7LD











Monday 29th July –
Friday 2nd August 2019


Cheltenham College

Updated - 6.3.19