Classics For All offers training and support for all of the below courses.
Minimus is a two-book reading course for pupils aged 7-11. As well as learning Latin, students learn about the lives of Romans and Britons living on Hadrian’s Wall. Books can be bought from Amazon or Cambridge University Press: (https://www.cambridge.org/gb/education/subject/classics/latin/minimus).
For more information: http://www.minimus-etc.co.uk/
Maximum Classics is a free, online course that teaches foundation Latin and Classical civilisation, designed specially for non-specialist Key Stage 2 teachers. It focuses, too, on English literacy and encourages cross-curricular thinking.
For more information: https://maximumclassics.com
Hands Up’s Primary course is a free online introduction to Latin and the ancient world through the exploration of life in Herculaneum. Learning is supported with archaeological evidence, audio files and worksheets.
For more information: https://hands-up-education.org/
Legonium offers the chance for Key Stage 2 pupils to learn Latin through colourful and engaging Lego
tableaux. The treasure trove of a site also contains, amongst other things, a read-through of the
Aeneid, The Hobbit in Latin, classroom posters and cultural information.
For more information: http://www.legonium.com/