Students work in groups of 7-10 and have over 32 hours of Greek tuition during the fortnight.

There are three teaching sessions each day: 9.00-10.15, 11.45-12.45 and 4.30-5.30. Students must attend all these and to do a considerable amount of work on their own between sessions.

On most evenings, after dinner, there will be a lecture concerned with some aspect of Greek literature or culture, and on many afternoons there are seminars on a choice of Classical topics.

Wednesday and Saturday afternoons are free, as is the middle Sunday. Excursions (to Hod Hill fort and to the cathedral city of Salisbury) and other optional activities will be arranged. 

Students are expected to attend the full course, arriving between 4.00 and 6.30 on the first day (Sunday) and leaving after the final session during the morning by about 11 a.m. on the last day (Saturday).