Jules Mann

Jules Mann

Executive Director

Jules Mann has been with Classics for All since April 2013. She sees Classics for All as an opportunity to engage with her lifelong love of learning, and is passionate about the idea of helping young people gain access to the rewarding world of classics. Previously director of the Poetry Society (2003- 2008) and a former trustee of the Poetry Archive (2003-2009), she started her career in the wine business in San Francisco, followed by freelance fundraising and marketing for wineries, cultural organisations and jazz musicians.

If you would like to discuss ways in which you can support Classics for All, or for more information about our work, please contact Jules on 07809 256839 or send an email to jules@classicsforall.org.uk

Hilary Hodgson

Hilary Hodgson

Programme Director

Hilary Hodgson has a deep commitment to increasing learning opportunities for all young people, regardless of their background.  Previously Director of Ormiston Trust (2010-2015) and Director of Education at Esmee Fairbairn Foundation (2000-2009), her earlier career included work in children’s theatre and at the National Lottery and Arts Council of England. She was a founder trustee of Teach First and has served on the boards of a number of arts and education charities.  She currently chairs the Gateway Learning Community, a multi-academy Trust in Essex. 

If you would like support from Classics for All, or would like to offer resources to help support our work, please contact Hilary on 07557 648150 or send an email to hilary@classicsforall.org.uk

Charlie Andrew

Charlie Andrew

Training and Resources Manager

Charlie is a graduate of University College London’s Department of Greek and Latin. She previously taught Latin and classics part-time at Greig City Academy in Haringey and in various primary schools around London. Before going into teaching, Charlie worked in the publishing and digital content industries, and uses this experience to develop and promote classics-related classroom materials such as Maximum Classics. She takes a special interest in helping primary school children to access classics and develop a life-long love of the subject.

Contact Charlie by email at charlie@classicsforall.org.uk.

Tom Ingram

Programme Officer

Tom graduated with a BA and MA in classics from the university of Nottingham, during which he took part in the department’s outreach programme teaching Latin at a local primary school. After university, he worked as a conference producer, researching and delivering international events for the media and telecoms sector. Having been lucky enough to study classical civilisations at college, Tom believes in enabling more state schools to offer classics in their curriculum.

Contact Tom by email at tom@classicsforall.org.uk. 

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Alice Parr

Fundraising Officer

Alice discovered classics at school via an Ancient History GCSE and immediately fell in love with the subject, which allowed her to explore the roots of art, literature, language, history and philosophy all at once. After graduating with a BA in Classical Studies with English from King’s College London, Alice worked at Deloitte as an external auditor for public sector clients, including NHS Foundation Trusts, local authorities and universities. A firm believer in widening access to classical subjects, Alice is passionate about giving state school students equal opportunities to enjoy learning about the ancient world.

Contact Alice by email at alice@classicsforall.org.uk.