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A photograph of the author, Caroline Musgrove.

Caroline Musgrove was awarded a PhD in Classics from the University of Cambridge in 2017. Not long afterwards, she joined the team at the Cambridge School Classics Project and began her career in Classics Education. She is responsible for the Project’s events and outreach, including the content on this blog. Her favourite event in the CSCP calendar is the annual Ovid Competition in December, which showcases the outstanding talent of Year 7 students around the UK. Most recently, Caroline has authored new cultural background sections for Book II and III of the CLC 5th, drawing upon her existing academic expertise in ancient medicine, gender and religion. She has also helped author the supporting materials and commentaries for the Eduqas Latin GCSE Specification.

Speaking of History Pedagogy: In Conversation with Lottie Mortimer

Last year CSCP’s Caroline Musgrove met with Lottie Mortimer to chat about history pedagogy for the Classics classroom and Lottie’s work on the new edition of the Cambridge Latin Course. In this interview, Lottie discusses best practice in history teaching, what makes a good enquiry question and why it all matters, not just for schools but for the polarised and data driven world we live in today.

In conversation with Caecilius, Metella and Grumio

If you’ve ever used the Cambridge Latin Course eLearning DVD, chances are the faces of Tim Clark, Clare-Marie Roxby and Ed Noy-Scott are familiar. Better known as Caecilius, Metella and Grumio, they were teaching at the Royal Grammar School in Newcastle in the early 2000s when the ancillary videos were made. CSCP’s Caroline Musgrove spoke with them about their rise to CLC stardom.