Over the next few months (before September 2018), we are looking to recruit up to two new trustees with a background in fundraising/PR or primary education to join our existing board members as trustees and directors of the charity. We are actively seeking one trustee who was or is a head teacher in a London primary school. In order to build the diversity of our board we would particularly welcome applications from women, black and minority ethnic candidates.Read more
Rebecca trained and practised as a company law solicitor at Freshfields in London before moving into legal publishing for many years. More recently, she has been involved in the charity/educational sector both as a governor of a secondary school, trustee of a nursery school, trustee of a grant-making foundation and now as a trustee of The Latin Programme.Read more
Philip has over 20 years experience in business, operations and financial management, and currently works in the not-for profit sector, overseeing the administrative management of the national mental health charity, OCD Action.Read more
Simon has almost 30 years experience teaching Classics at secondary schools in England, 20 of which as Head of Department. He is currently teaching at Sevenoaks School, Kent, having previously taught at Goffs School, Cheshunt, Bath High School and Camden School for Girls.
Throughout his career he has sought to promote the teaching of Classics in schools and he has worked with Cambridge University in the training of Classics teachers.Read more
Dr. Richard Gilder III received his MA in Classics from the Graduate Center of CUNY and his PhD from the University of Pennsylvania. He has written two innovative Latin textbooks designed for the beginning and intermediate Latin student of any age: Via Facilis: Mastering Latin and Understanding Language and Via Non Difficilior: Deepening Our Mastery of Latin and Understanding of Language.Read more