Latin and Greek alive and well

16th June 2006 at 01:00
Your article about Lorna Robinson aspiring to take classics to state schools was most interesting, not least because at Exmouth community college we have pipped her at the post.

We introduced it here almost four years ago, and now have a flourishing department that has more than 150 students studying Latin, and a further 17 taking Greek. Just so you know!

Nic Gayle

Head of classics

Exmouth community college


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