I'm trying to determine which colleges provide the best teaching in Classics. Ideally, that would be from something like the results of a departmental Norrington table equivalent. I suspect I won't be able to get my hands on that information, though.
In the absence of that, I'm looking for feedback about the particular Classics faculties, beyond what's available on-line, like their publications and research interests. I have no doubt that they're all brilliant academics, but that doesn't necessarily translate to being inspiring or effective teachers. The colleges that I already have my eye on include New College, Merton, St. John's, Brasenose, Balliol and Corpus Christi, but I'm open to all feedback and suggestions.
One specific question I have is about Corpus Christi: does the fact that the chair of the Classics department comes from there and they have a number of faculty officers indicate that they are viewed to be extra good in Classics? Their Norrington score is good but not exceptional, but maybe they are exceptional in Classics?
Thanks in advance for your feedback!