Latin Shopping Game

Latin Shopping Game

Activity designed for pupils starting Latin, where pupils must match familiar supermarket products with the Latin words they’re named after, and then try to find as many English words which are derived from those Latin words. The activity helps pupils to understand the influence Latin on the English language.
luisl
Map of Ancient Greece

Map of Ancient Greece

Children use the clues given to locate and mark places on a map of Ancient Greece. The regions and towns given were all important to the Ancient Greeks in some way.
hb18
Snakes and Ladders Revision

Snakes and Ladders Revision

Snakes and Ladders on one side of the boad, Noughts and Crosses on the other. Works well laminated back-to-back, with OHP pens — wipe clean! Students ask each other questions, which they must get right before moving their counter on. Sample questions (KS3 Science) for the students to ask each other also given here. You can create more that are right for your class’ level or they can compose some themselves.
oums0030
Citizenship Auditing forms

Citizenship Auditing forms

Based on the text from the new curriculum, these word documents can help you to audit Citizenship across the school. As they are word documents they are easy to edit to suit your own use.
katewood
Fun & Learning in the Real World: educators' guide

Fun & Learning in the Real World: educators' guide

Who is it for? As the title suggests, this booklet is for educators. What does it do? It provides background information, plug-and-play worksheets (see below), activity ideas and signposting to a whole host of resources. What’s it about? It focuses on showing how traditional subjects, learnt in school and at home, are applied in the real world. With an emphasis on the marine environment and maritime archaeology, this guide aims to make learning more fun! [archaeology, maritime, marine, science, history, geography, cross-curricular]
hwtma2010
Glossary to Edexcel Lysistrata

Glossary to Edexcel Lysistrata

This is to help with some of the references made during the translation of Lysistrata which has been set by Edexcel. This helps with some of the myth and Greek place references. I have also put a map to hlp with the placing of th Greek cities and states.
justcallmeh
Identifying a Mystery Shipwreck: cross-curricular

Identifying a Mystery Shipwreck: cross-curricular

A 40-page colourful booklet with information, links and resources for pupils to follow and work through. Shows application of school subjects in real-life disciplines. Introduces scientific and historic methods, techniques and free online resources while the pupil works towards working out the identity of the shipwreck. Freely downloadable supporting worksheets (2 examples given here) and answer sheets available online. [archaeology, maritime, marine, science, history, geography, cross-curricular]
hwtma2010
Website  'Pyrrha's Roman Pages'

Website 'Pyrrha's Roman Pages'

Listen to spoken Latin and Greek, step by step instructions for making a Roman mosaic, Roman gardens, translating Roman inscriptions, a pictorial approach to Latin poetry, visiting Roman sites in Britain and resources for GCSE Latin.
pyrrha
6th Form Worldwide Classics competition website

6th Form Worldwide Classics competition website

6th Form students of Classical subjects can enter one or both sections of a competition testing knowledge of a Classical myth and a translation from Latin. The competition is run by Classics teachers in several countries worldwide. The Director of the competition is Patrick Voisin (France) and the Webmaster is Anne Dicks (‘Pyrrha’ - UK). Our Patron is Federico Mayor, a former Director-General of UNESCO and now Director of a Foundation for the Culture of Peace and the competition is supported by UNESCO Youth Ambassador for the Culture of Peace ‘A Ray of Hope’.
pyrrha