Hamstead Hall Academy: The pupils from Hamstead Hall Academy sent thank you cards from the Ashmolean for their new books funded by a grant from the Roman Society’s Schools Committee.
CICERO Competition: Emma Warinton from Bristol Grammar School won the Roman Society U6 Translation Prize in 2018. Read a report of the competition here.
CICERO Competition: Students from 18 schools in the UK participated at Wellington College, North London Collegiate School, Liverpool Blue Coat School, Bristol Grammar School, King Edward VI High School for Girls, Birmingham and George Heriot's School, Edinburgh. CICERO was also hosted in Australia, Spain, France, Italy, Serbia, Turkey, South Korea and the USA. Read a report of the 2014 Competition here.
Hereford Cathedral School - who organise a Latin Masterclass for a consortium of schools supported by the Roman Society - staged a production of the Labours of Hercules at the end of term. Two YouTube videos (Hercules! Growing Up and Hercules: Trailer) are available to watch.
CICERO Competition: The 2013 competition was hosted by George Heriot's School, Edinburgh and King Edward VI High School for Girls, Birmingham. Read a report of it here.
CICERO Competition: Read a report of the 2012 Competition here.
Kilmersdon Primary School: After learning about the Romans in the classroom from books funded by the Roman Society, the children re-enacted a marching Roman army on a day trip to Caerleon.
Feniton C of E Primary School: A grant from the Roman Society enabled Feniton C of E Primary School to buy books and extra resources to help their pupils have fun learning.
Sir Robert Hitcham CEVAP School, Debenham: A Roman Society grant helped Year 4 to study aspects of the Roman invasion and its impact.
The Cambridge Fools: A grant from the Roman Society enabled the Cambridge Fools to perform their musical When in Rome... at the Edinburgh Fringe.
CICERO Competition: Read reports from a teacher and pupil at the CICERO Competition 2010.
Hereford Cathedral School: The Society supported Hereford Cathedral School who ran a two year course (WJEC level two) for a consortium of schools.
Ysgol Brynhyfryd: A grant from the Roman Society enabled thirty pupils in Year 9 to study Classical Civilisation GCSE (short course).