Classics Society

With an ever-increasing interest in Classics, from the full range of age groups at Norton Knatchbull School, the Classics Society has been formed to promote common interests between all year groups in order that we can build and sustain a department that is rich in both skills and resources for the mutual benefit of all students with an interest in the classical world. We actively promote student leadership in all areas of our studies.
If you are interested, or would like to be involved in any of our events/classes/study groups – contact either Mr Found or Classics prefects, Bryony Saunders, Rebekah Jones, Sam Bunn, James Sanders, Calli Lewis. 
Classics Diary 2015/16


Sept 15                 Lecture: Classics and Neuroscience by Baroness Susan Greenfield, King’s School Canterbury    

Oct 04                   Classics discussion with Prof. Edith Hall & historian Tom Holland, London

Oct 09                   Drama Production: Oresteia, Globe Theatre, London.

Oct 15/16             NKS Classics Drama Production: Women at the Thesmophoria

Dec 09                 Lecture: Orestes and Hamlet – Shakespeare and Classics by Dr Rosie Wyles, Simon Langton Girls’ School,                                                 Canterbury.


March 04             BBC4 recording of Stand Up For The Classics with Natalie Haynes, Edith Hall, Rosie Wyles

March 29             Year 12 trip to Rome

June 20                Roz Christian (ex-student) talking on Classics and Archaeology at UCL

July 02                   Year 10 Classics Day at King’s College, London    

Nov 07                  Year 13 Pupil Presentation Evening, King’s School, Canterbury.

Nov ??                  NKS Classics Drama Production: Iphigenia at Aulis



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