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Dr Vasiliki Zali-Schiel is the Headteacher of the Greek School of Manchester. She holds a BA in Greek Philology (Athens) and an MA (Athens) and PhD (UCL) in Classics. She is currently a Lecturer in Classical Studies at the Department of Archaeology, Classics and Egyptology, University of Liverpool, as well as the Departmental Outreach Lead and Departmental Chair of the Admissions, Widening Participation and Outreach Committee. Dr Zali-Schiel has taught Greek and Latin language and literature and Ancient History at the University of Liverpool, UCL, King’s College, the University of Kent and Dulwich College. In 2014-18 she was also the co-ordinator of the University of Liverpool Schools Classics Project and the Liverpool Ancient Greek Academy. She has published widely on Herodotus and his ancient and modern reception. Dr Zali-Schiel loves Greek language and literature and is passionate about the Classical civilisation. She has always been committed to spreading this love and enthusiasm to her students and to state school students who do not have the opportunity to study these subjects. Dr Zali-Schiel is both proud and excited to be leading the Greek School of Manchester, an inspired and inspiring initiative aiming to fully immerse students in the fascinating world of Greek language and culture, to expand their minds, and to spark their curiosity and imagination.

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