Classics for All has launched its first-ever fundraising appeal to help us meet the enthusiastic demand from teachers and schools who wish to introduce or extend their classics provision. We have been so pleased by the number of pupils, teachers and schools who have accessed our services since lockdown began and consequently have been busier than ever. For more detail about how we are delivering to state schools during Covid-19, see our leaflet below.

Classics in the time of Covid                 Make a gift today

Your help is vital in allowing us to continue supporting schools during these extraordinary times. We need to raise an additional £250,000 by the end of the year.

To contribute, please make a gift online today, using ‘Covid’ as the reference, or call us on 0207 848 4741.

Year 3 Latin students

Every gift counts and we are especially grateful for multi-year commitments. To set up a Direct Debit please click here.

A gift of £100 could provide resources for up to six pupils

A gift of £500 could support a taster day to make the case for classics in schools

A gift of £750 could train and mentor primary school teachers to equip them to teach classics

A gift of £1,500 could equip non-specialist secondary school teachers to tackle beginners’ Latin in the classroom

A gift of £3,000 could support the training and mentoring needed to embed classics on the curriculum

A gift of £10,000 could allow us to run a regional network for a year

'A massive thank you for the training this morning. It was useful, enjoyable and informative and has given me so much confidence in moving forward with adapting our schemes to explicitly teach vocabulary. It is also an essential part of our literacy strategy for the next three years.'Teacher and online training course participant

During our first 10 years we have not received a penny of core government funding so without the generosity of our donors we would not exist. For more information about our appeal or Classics for All more generally, please get in touch with Alice: