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Books and chapters in books

Hunt, S. and Bulwer, J. (2024 forthcoming). Teaching Classics in Schools Worldwide. Bloomsbury, London.


Hunt, S. (2023). Starting to Teach Latin. Bloomsbury, London. Second, revised and updated edition


Hunt, S. (2022). Teaching Latin: Contexts, Theories and Practices. Bloomsbury, London.

Lloyd, M. and Hunt, S. (Eds.) (2021). Communicative Approaches for Ancient Languages. Bloomsbury, London.

  • Introduction.

  • Active Latin Teaching for the Inclusive Classroom (pp. 55-66).

Natoli, B. and Hunt, S. . (Eds.) (2019). Teaching Classics with Technology. Bloomsbury, London.

  • Introduction.

  • On stage and screen: ‘Big Book’ Latin and dialogic teaching (pp. 193-206).

Holmes-Henderson, A. , Hunt, S. and Musie, M. (Eds.) (2018). Forward with Classics. Bloomsbury, London.

  • Introduction.

  • Classics and the social justice agenda of the Coalition Government 2010-2015 (pp. 9-26).

  • Latin is Not Dead: Communicative Approaches to Teaching Latin in the US (pp. 89-108).

  • Conclusion.

Hunt, S. (2016). Starting to Teach Latin. Bloomsbury, London.


Hunt, S. (2024). Classical Studies Trends: teaching Classics in secondary schools in the UK. Journal of Classics Teaching 50.


Coe, R., Cope, E. & Hunt, S. (2024, forthcoming). Adaptive teaching and the Explorer Tool. Journal of Classics Teaching 50.

Hunt, S. (2023). Latin and Greek in English Primary Schools – seedlings of a classical education. Journal of Classics Teaching, 49.

Manolidou, E., Rico, C., Teichmann, J., Coderch, J., Romani Mistretta, M. & Hunt, S. (2023) Insights on Classics in Praxis at the Delphi Economic Forum. Journal of Classics Teaching, 49.

Hunt, S. (2023). Initial Teacher Education for Classics. England, 2023. The current position. CUCD Bulletin.


Hunt, S. (2023, forthcoming). Why speaking Latin is good for you. Ad Familiares.


Hunt, S. (2022). Mind the Classics Gap. Current position of classical studies in English schools from Key Stage 2 to Key Stage 3. Challenges and solutions. CUCD Bulletin 51.


Hunt, S. (2022). The Latin Excellence Programme (England 2021). The Story So far. The Classical Outlook. 97, 2.

Hunt, S. (2022). Novellas and Free Voluntary Reading: an overview and some starting points for further research into practice. Journal of Classics Teaching, 47. 

Coe, B. and Hunt, S. (2022). Adaptive teaching for GCSE and A level classical literature Journal of Classics Teaching, 46.

Hunt, S. (2021) Why Speak Ancient Greek? Argo, 14.


Hunt, S.  (2021) Where have All the Exams Gone? Classics Matters. Classics for All. April 2021.

Hunt, S. and Holmes-Henderson, A. (2021) A Level Classics Poverty: Access, attainment and progression. CUCD Bulletin, 50.

Hunt, S. (2021) Sight Unseen: Visible and Invisible teachers in online teaching. Teaching Classical Languages, 11, 2.

Hunt, S. (2020) Introducing Latin. Non-specialists talk. Journal of Classics Teaching, 42.


Hunt, S. et al. (2020) Trainee Teachers Telling Tales. Journal of Classics Teaching, 41.

Hunt, S. (2020) My Double Life. Classics Matters. Classics for All. April 2020.

Hunt, S. (2020) Classics Teaching in the Time of Coronavirus. ad familiares, 6 April 2020.

Hunt, S. (2020) School Qualifications in Classical Subjects in the UK. CUCD Bulletin 49.

Hunt, S., Lloyd, M., Letchford, C., Manning, L. and Plummer, R. (2018). The Virtue of Variety: Opening the Doors to Wider Pedagogical Practices in UK Schools and Universities. Journal of Classics Teaching, 38.

Hunt, S. (2018). Getting Classics into Schools: Three Case Studies. Journal of Classics Teaching, 37.

Hunt, S. (2016) Teaching Sensitive Issues in the Classics Classroom. Journal of Classics Teaching, 34.

Hunt, S. (2016). Teaching Roman Food at Key Stage 3. Building knowledge through an enquiry question. Journal of Classics Teaching, 


Hunt, S. (2015). Back to School. On the Battle to get Ancient Greek lessons into UK Comprehensives. Argo, 2.

Hunt, S. (2015), Classics for All: a guide for setting up classical subjects in primary and secondary schools. Classics for All: London.

Maguire, J. and Hunt, S. (2014). The North Norfolk Latin Cluster Group. Two Case Studies. Journal of Classics Teaching, 30.


Hunt, S. (2014), Digital Instructional Technology in the Classics Classroom: Plaything or Catalyst for Pedagogical Development? Journal of Classics Teaching, 29.

Hunt, S. (2014). What do the media think about us? (part 2) Journal of Classics Teaching, 29.

Adams, E., Capewell, S., Downes, C., Hunt, S. and Ryan, C. (2014). Apps for Classics Teaching and Learning. Journal of Classics Teaching, 29.


Hunt, S. (2013), 50 Years of Classical Civilisation. JACT 50 Years’ Anniversary Issue.


Hunt, S. (2013) The development of teaching and learning through the use of ICT in the Classics classroom. Journal of Classics Teaching, 28.

Hunt, S. (2013). Linking the Exhibition with Teaching Practice. Journal of Classics Teaching,  27

Hunt, S. (2013). The British Museum and Mary Beard. Journal of Classics Teaching, 27.


Hunt, S. (2013). The Impact of the Higher Fees Regime on Applicants for Teacher Training in Classics. Bulletin of the Council of University Classics Departments, 43.

Downes, C., McDonnell, C. and Hunt, S. (2012).  Some practical ideas for using differentiation strategies. Journal of Classics Teaching, 26.

Hunt, S. (2012). An Investigation Into the Supply of Classics Teachers in the Secondary School Sector Through the Graduate Teacher programme (GTP) 2011-2012. Journal of Classics Teaching, 26

Hunt, S. (2012). Classics Teacher Vacancies 2010-11: Not Meeting the Demand. Journal of Classics Teaching, 25

Hunt, S. (2012). Government inconsistency over teacher training. JACT Bulletin 2, 1, January

Hunt, S., Emmett, E. and Martin Smith, E. (2011). Think Links. Journal of Classics Teaching , 24

Hunt, S. and Foster, F. (2011). Teacher perceptions of the new examinations for 2010. Journal of Classics Teaching, 23

Khan-Evans, A. and Hunt, S. (2010). (R)evolution in Classics. Journal of Classics Teaching, 20

Hunt, S. (2009). Differentiation and Classics. Journal of Classics Teaching, 17.


Hunt, S. (2008). Information and communication technology and the teaching of Latin literature, pp. 107-120. In Lister, B. Meeting The Challenge. Cambridge University Press: Cambridge.


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