June 2016 newsletter front cover

North East Classics Hub: The North East Classics Hub is based at Heaton Manor, an inner city non-selective school in Newcastle.

Grants Programme Updates:  CfA's profile in England continues to grow with new shoots of regional interest in Blackpool, Bristol, Cumbria, Durham and Exeter, areas where CfA currently has a low profile. 

New Chairman: The Trustees of Classics for All (CfA) have appointed Geoffrey de Jager, currently a Trustee, to succeed Nicholas Barber as CfA's next Chairman. 

Events: Tom Holland 'End of the Roman Empire: a mirror for our times?'. This event is supported by Principal Sponsors Nicholas Barber CBE, Matthew Craston and Jonathan Rushworth, and by Corporate Principal Sponsor West Hill Capital.

The Classics Library: Many of you have no doubt visited the Classics Library, a terrific resource for news, teaching resources and jobs in teaching Classics, managed by Stephen Jenkin.

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