Ovid in the West Country: celebration and prize-giving
Coutts Lecture Theatre 3.31 - Wills Memorial Building
The Ovid in the West Country competition is part of an initiative set up by the Cambridge Schools Classics Project (CSCP) to promote Classics in state schools. The University of Bristol and the University of the West of England (UWE Bristol) are delighted to be partnering with CSCP to run this competition for Year 7 and 8 students in local schools.
This event is open to participating schools and is intended to celebrate all the hard work that students will have put into the competition. The submitted entries will be on display throughout the evening and prizes will be awarded by our panel of judges.
We are delighted to be able to welcome Daniel Morden to this event. Daniel is a professional storyteller and has delighted audiences all over the world with his performances. He also recorded the Classical Tales along with Hugh Lupton. Parents and guardians are very welcome to attend the prize-giving ceremony.
A map of the university campus can be found here.
For schools participating in the project, full details about when and how to submit entries can be found below:
Ovid in the West Country information sheet (Office document, 103kB) (sent to schools in July 2017)
Ovid in the West Country updated information (Office document, 104kB) (sent to schools in November 2017)
Please let us know how many students and teachers you will be bringing to the event by filling out this short online form by 20th November.
We are very grateful to the Classical Association for their support with this event.
For more information about this event, please contact Hannah Walsh: firstname.lastname@example.org