March 2016 newsletter front cover

Chairman Announcement: The Trustees of Classics for All (CfA) have appointed Geoffrey de Jager, currently a Trustee, to succeed Nicholas Barber as CfA's next Chairman. The appointment will take effect on 1 July 2016. Nicholas Barber will remain a Trustee.

Grants to Schools 2016: In the first tranche of 2016 grants to schools CfA awarded circa £100,000 to 19 proposals to develop Classics teaching in over 90 state schools across the UK; this brings the total number of schools supported by CfA to over 450.

Tom Holland - 'The End of the Roman Empire: a mirror for our times?': Word is out and tickets are selling for this fundraising talk by Tom Holland on 13 June 2016 at the Royal Society's Wellcome Trust Lecture Hall - Carlton House Terrace, London SW1Y 5AG.

Read Classics Matters March 2016 Here