At the Latin Programme we value the individuality, diversity and creativity of all the people we work with and strive to develop a culture where everyone can have a voice and fulfil their potential.
Our team is made up of core directors who work part-time to develop, finance, and coordinate the Programme and a wider team of part-time teachers based in schools across London. In order to keep overheads low, we have no permanent office space but work from home, in schools, and at the Camden Collective workspace hub in the heart of Camden Town.
Alex is a Modern Languages graduate from the University of Cambridge who joined the Programme as a trainee teacher in 2018 and is currently studying Latin as part of his teacher training with us.Read more
Jamila joined the team as a teacher in January 2018 teaching in a large primary school in Waltham Forest. She has extensive experience delivering workshops around self esteem to young people in Hackney, Haringey, and Camden and is passionate about bringing her wider skills and passions into her teaching. She is also a professional hip hop artist and is studying for a MA in Culture, Diaspora and Ethnicity at Birkbeck, University of London.Read more
Tim joined the Latin Programme as a teacher at the beginning of 2018 and teaches at two primary schools in Westminster. The rest of the time Tim works as a freelance journalist, critic and researcher working for a variety of well-known publications. He has studied Latin since school and holds a DPhil in early modern mythology from Merton College, Oxford.Read more
Lucia handles the day-to-day running of The Latin Programme. Currently she works four days per week alongside teaching the Programme. She is also responsible for developing new creative projects and partnerships, such as the Aeneas Project - a collective film project and reimagining of Virgil's Aeneid that we are running in schools this summer as part of our ten year anniversary celebrations.Read more
Sophie teaches the Programme in two primary schools in Westminster and Islington as well as developing the literacy framework that we use to monitor the impact of the programme. Sophie is a Modern Languages graduate and qualified teacher with seven years experience of teaching languages in London schools. She is currently working towards a funded PhD in Applied Linguistics at the University of Essex alongside her teaching.Read more
Jonathan is one of the longest standing members of the Latin Programme team with many years of experience teaching in classrooms across London and shaping the Programme into what it is today. Promoted to Teaching and Learning Director in 2017, Jonathan leads our team of teachers and is responsible for training, mentoring, and developing resources. He has recently developed two interactive textbooks for iPad for use in the classroom and is contributing to creative projects.Read more
Charmian works on a part time basis to manage the finances, marketing and strategy at The Latin Programme as well as project managing our termly storytelling events with schools. She has a close relationship with the schools we work with and brings to the Latin Programme her expertise in music as a professional classical singer.Read more
Zanna has been with The Latin Programme from the start and was instrumental in its founding and establishment in London, initially as a dynamic teacher, then as Director of Latin and now as Executive Director.Read more