In response to growing demand for our grants, we have begun to encourage the development of regional ‘classics hubs’.
These bring schools together to foster regional classics expansion, encouraging the sharing of expertise, the development of new approaches to classics teaching and training for the next generation of specialist classics teachers. Hubs in Bristol, Birmingham and Coventry, Liverpool, Manchester, Norfolk, Brighton and Hove are well underway, often involving partnerships between primary and secondary schools, classics associations and universities.
These hubs will allow Classics for All to focus on creating regional capacity so that schools can realise the benefits of working together in clusters where they can make economies of scale, share expertise and good practice.
If you are thinking of applying to Classics for All we encourage you to explore the regional classics hub in your area as a first step.