KS2-3 Maximum Classics

The new Maximum Classics course now has sixteen units, covering four years of Latin teaching. For more information (including the scheme of work), click here.

The 33-lesson legacy course will continue to be available below. Please click on these links below for the teacher guides for Term 1 (Weeks One to Twelve), Term 2 (Weeks Thirteen to Twenty-Three) and Term 3 (Weeks Twenty-Four to Thirty-Three)

small_download Term 1 Teacher Guide       small_download Term 2 Teacher Guide          small_download  Term 3 Teacher Guide

Week-by-week course details, plans and resources can be accessed using the links below.

Term 1Term 2Term 3
Week One
the Classical in modern objects & language
Week Thirteen
language recap of last term’s work
Week Twenty-Four
verb tenses, Aristotle’s golden mean
Week Two
order v. inflection, Roman names
Week Fourteen
Latin and Greek number cognates
Week Twenty-Five
past continuous, Aristotle & the nature of reality
Week Three
Latin verb endings, Greek alphabet
Week Fifteen
‘esse’, ‘to be’ (irregular Latin verb)
Week Twenty-Six
past continuous, constellation myths
Week Four
verb endings, mythological creatures
Week Sixteen
‘to be’, Greek dinosaur compounds
Week Twenty-Seven
trickier Latin language sentences
Week Five
verb endings, Greek gods & vases
Week Seventeen
language recap, Olympic Games
Week Twenty-Eight
language recap, Roman numerals
Week Six
verb endings, make mosaics of your name
Week Eighteen
‘to be’, writing self descriptions
Week Twenty-Nine
possessive nouns (English and Latin)
Week Seven
adverbs, Bath and curse tablets
Week Nineteen
to be (guess who), Linnaean classification
Week Thirty
possessive nouns, Pythagoras & triangles
Week Eight
nouns (subject & object), Roman games
Week Twenty
adjectival agreement, Homeric epic
Week Thirty-One
possessive nouns, myth of Persephone
Week Nine
feminine ‘a’ nouns, Roman army & catapult
Week Twenty-One
adjectival agreement, Homeric epic
Week Thirty-Two
language recap & complex sentence translation
Week Ten
masculine ‘us’ nouns, the body
Week Twenty-Two
prepositions, Epic Top Trumps
Week Thirty-Three
Ovid’s Metamorphoses & the myth of Icarus
Week Eleven
basic sentences, Plato & being good
Week Twenty-Three
the Roman art of millefiori & pot-making practical
Week Twelve
Roman food tasting/cookery

small_download MCT1 vocab & endings