Found In Translation
Outreach(ing the possibilities)!
Updated: May 27, 2019
Our founders all knew first hand how studying classical subjects at school can broaden horizons and help make sense of modern society. They also knew that theatre can bring the ancient past to life in ways a classroom cannot.
That’s why Found In Translation will always committed to supporting the study of the ancient world wherever it is being taught. We’ve even created our very own educational outreach programme, in special collaboration with The Iris Project.
With recent changes to exam boards and modules shifting the way classical subjects are taught in the UK, we felt it was time to freshen up our workshops.That means we want to hear from teachers and education coordinators about what would appeal to you and your students!
We are especially keen to hear from anyone overseeing courses in Ancient History, Classical Civilisation, Classical Greek, and Drama at Key Stage 4 & 5. We welcome any advice or ideas you might have for us, though we would most like to know:
What ancient literature, particularly plays, do you use in your classroom?
Which exam boards and module combinations are you using for GCSE, AS and A Level?
If you could commission a workshop specifically for your class what would it include and why?
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