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A celebration of Classics, Reading and Performance, the University of Leeds’ annual Classics Competition is a great opportunity for students to practice their Latin, learn how more traditional school subjects link to Classics and develop their reading and presentation skills (through some friendly competition). After having to make the sad decision to cancel last year’s…
The winner of our #Linguastars blog competition is Yii-Ling from Newstead Wood School. Read all about their experience of online learning during #Linguastars, our online programme for Year 12 students interested in studying languages at university. It also includes some fantastic recommendations of how to continue your language learning throughout this unique time… Lockdown. Online…
On Friday the 8th November 2019, The University of Leeds invited 8 schools to Leeds Minster for the annual Question Time. This is the third year the event has run, and has become a new tradition, which we hope to keep going throughout the future years. The day commenced when students from Cardinal Heenan Catholic…
For the last four years we have been working in partnership with the Association for Art History to challenge the reduction and removal of art and art history teaching in schools in the UK, and ensure that young people have access to and can aspire to careers in the cultural and creative industries through inspired,…
On the 20th March, we welcomed students from Graham School, Sheffield High, Bradford Grammar and Dixons Kings Academy to the University of Leeds for our annual Classics Reading Competition. Organised and run with the School of Languages, Cultures and Societies and Classics for All, this year’s event included afternoon workshops to inspire our visitors and…
On the 14th February, Year 12 students joined us on campus for our Experience English at Leeds event – a day that gives students insight into life as an English undergraduate here at Leeds. We were joined by school groups from Roundhay School, Woodkirk Academy and Allerton Grange, as well as students who booked onto…
The School of Languages, Cultures and Societies and the Arts & Humanities Outreach team joined forces last weekend and headed down to London to take part in the Language Show Live event at Olympia. This is Europe’s largest language event which includes everything from talks, classes, performances and information stands. The exhibition is for everyone…