Classics

The Classics Competition has run for over 70 years at the University of Leeds, and is a celebration of Classics, Reading and Performance for young people studying classics, drama, english, and history. In addition to our annual Greek and Latin reading categories, this year we are introducing Drama categories for KS3, 4 and 5. After…
The Classics Competition has run for over 70 years at the University of Leeds, and is a celebration of Classics, Reading and Performance for young people studying classics, drama, english, and history. In addition to our annual Greek and Latin reading categories, this year we are introducing Drama categories for KS3, 4 and 5. After…
This is a chance to learn about one of the most powerful and mysterious forces in ancient or modern politics, The Mob. This is not the sopranos, but rather a crowd of ‘ordinary’ people who have taken to the streets to change politics. Your students will find out who they are, how it feels to…
This workshop is aimed at interested A-level students in Classical studies and Classics. We look in detail at the Oracle at Delphi and focuses on two central ideas: What would it be like to experience the Oracle as an ancient Greek? How do we as historians reconstruct that picture? This workshop is a chance to…
We will take your students back in time as they participate in a mock Athenian trail, where they will learn their process of justice and compare it to modern day trials. Students will experience the real life trail of Conon, decide if he was guilty and decide on his punishment. Comparing ancient and modern systems…
The ‘Leeds Loves’ Project offers free talks and workshops designed to inspire and encourage progress in the Arts and Humanities. Talks are delivered in schools by our specially trained Student Ambassadors, are offered in a range of subjects and are available to students in Key Stages 3, 4 and 5. All sessions are interactive and…
Take part in our Discover ARTiculation Challenge competition! Students are invited to take part in the first round of this competition by submitting a short film of themselves speaking about a piece of art or architecture. From this first round eight Finalists will be selected to take part in a live Final on campus in…