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Are you a graduate who is passionate about teaching literacy through Latin, creatively in state schools?

The Latin Programme employs teachers on a part-time basis (from 1-4 days per week) to deliver our unique Programme of Latin for literacy to whole classes of primary school pupils in our partner schools across London.

We provide teachers with a course outline, scheme of work and online access to our bank of teaching resources. Teachers initially receive a month of intensive training and in-school observations. Following this, the teaching team meet monthly to share ideas and teaching strategies.

We are always interested in hearing from creative individuals who are passionate about teaching and keen to employ their language knowledge in a state school setting.

To find out more about available opportunities, please contact us at



Volunteers make a huge contribution to our work with schools!

If you are interested in volunteering with the Latin Programme please let us know whether you are interested in a school placement as a Volunteer Teaching Assistant (Latin is a bonus, but not required) or whether you would like an office-based role assisting one of our Programme directors or admin staff.

In any case, you can apply by emailing us your CV and cover letter to


We are currently looking for a new Honorary Treasurer to join TLP's Trustee Board. 

Working closely with our other Trustees, who are all fully engaged with the work of the Charity and keen to see it go from strength to strength, your overall role as Honorary Treasurer will be to maintain an overview of - and keep the Board informed of - TLP’s financial affairs and viability, and to ensure that proper financial procedures, controls and records are maintained. The role of Honorary Treasurer also involves some liaison with key members of our highly motivated, experienced and capable staff team, who are passionate about the work of the Charity and the impact it is having.