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Cambridge School Classics Project Blog

The front cover of the book 'Amarantus and his neighbourhood', featuring an illustration of a bar filled with characters from the book.

KS3 History with Amarantus and his neighbours

CSCP is delighted to have launched its new KS3 History project Amarantus and his neighbourhood. In these short videos Director Caroline Bristow explains how to use the new materials and introduces the newest member of the CSCP familia.

A view of the Ponte Sant'Angelo (bridge) in Rome

Crossing the Curricucon: Suggestions for using Classics across the curriculum

With time at a premium in school, it can be difficult to cover everything in the depth we would like. In this post, Darren Lester considers how Classics can be used to enforce curriculum aims in Religious Education, Physical Education, Design and Technology, Geography, Music and Drama.

The main bath at Aquae Sulis in the modern day site in Bath, UK. Aspects of the medieval and modern city are reflected in the water.

Roman Britain: Tips and Resources for the Classroom

Whether you are planning a school trip or exploring remotely from your Latin classroom, there are plenty of resources available to help you teach Roman Britain. In our first Hints and Tips post, Alexander Carroll shares a few of his favourites.