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Society for the Promotion of Roman Studies

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Funding for Schools

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The Society’s Roman Studies Committee makes grants to schools to help promote the teaching of Latin and Roman studies. Most of the grants are awarded for the purchase of textbooks and other books and resources for Roman studies, but the Committee also makes awards to schools and museums organising lectures or study days on Roman themes, especially if they benefit large numbers of children throughout the year. The Committee does not offer grants to support one-off school trips or events.  Applications from schools planning to start courses in Latin are particularly welcome.  Grants usually range from £50 to £500.

The Society does not give grants for the Minimus books as schools may apply direct to the Minimus Project. See their grants page.

How to apply

Applications should be sent to the Secretary, Roman Society, Malet Street, London WC1E 7HU to arrive by 1 February, 1 July or 1 November in any year. There is no special application form, but applicants should provide information about the level of their departmental budget, the type of courses taught, and in the case of applications for books, a list of the books wanted with their prices.

Schools will be asked to return a survey form: a copy is available here.

 

2016 Grants

Lists of schools awarded grants in 2016 are available in alphabetical order and by region.

2015 Grants

Lists of schools awarded grants in 2015 are available in alphabetical order and by region.

2014 Grants

Lists of schools awarded grants in 2014 are available in alphabetical order and by region

2013 Grants

Lists of schools awarded grants in 2013 are available in alphabetical order and by region.

2012 Grants

Lists of schools awarded grants in 2012 are available in alphabetical order and by region

2011 Grants

Lists of schools awarded grants in 2011 are available in alphabetical order and by region.

2010 Grants

Lists of schools awarded grants in 2010 are available in alphabetical order and by region.