Whether you're teaching Shakespeare to kids at KS1 or AS and A-Level, we offer a range of hands on, informative and inspiring courses to bring Shakespeare to life.
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International Student Groups
Stratford-upon-Avon offers the ultimate Shakespeare field trip!
Take a look at our Study Shakespeare leaflet to learn more about our range of residential courses for international schools, colleges and universities.
Shakespeare Week is a national, annual celebration to bring Shakespeare vividly to life for primary school children. Visit the Shakespeare Week website to start accessing our free cross-curricular resources.
Playing for Shakespeare
Our exclusive interactive game, introducing two of Shakespeare's plays to Key Stage 3 students. Try a free demo of Playing for Shakespeare.
Cambridge School Shakespeare
We're proud to be working in a collaborative partnership with Cambridge University Press, who publish over 200 Shakespeare titles including the best-selling and highly receommended Cambridge School Shakespeare Series.
Find out more about our partnership here.
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Curating digital stories from Shakespeare's work, life and times Finding Shakespeare is the blog belonging to the collections team.
Shakespeare and His World: Top Ten Objects (Part 2 )This blog is the second part of a longer post. To read the first part go here As I mentioned in the first part of this post, I have been mentoring the Mooc Shakespeare and his World for the last ten weeks alongside Professor Jonathan Bate. Each…
Embracing Shakespearian conversation in a digital age, Blogging Shakespeare is the blog created, hosted and (often) written by the learning team.
From Gdańsk, with love… for Europe and ShakespeareBy Janice Valls-Russell Cranes are – along with spires and towers – part of the Gdańsk cityscape. The harbour had a man-powered crane back in the Middle Ages, to unload cargo in this busy Hanseatic harbour, long before the steel monsters we…