Each of Shakespeare's Family Homes has its own theme and together they bring Shakespeare's story vividly to life for students of all ages. Our internationally renowned educational courses are the perfect accompaniment to any visit to Stratford-upon-Avon.
We are proud to offer a range of hands on, informative and inspiring courses for Key Stage 2, Key Stage 3 & 4 and A level requirements. All About Shakespeare is the perfect beginning to any primary school visit, while Brush Up Your Shakespeare is a great way for secondary schools to set the scene for their Shakespearian journey.
We also offer a number of courses that are aimed at international schools, colleges and universities, such as Do You Know Shakespeare?
Have a look at our Study Shakespeare leaflet to learn more about the options for schools outside of the UK.
To browse the full range of courses on offer, please visit our Beyond the Classroom page, or contact our Education team with enquiries and booking requests.
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Shakespeare Week is a national, annual celebration to bring Shakespeare vividly to life for primary school children. Visit Shakespeare week to find out more, register your school and download free cross-curricular resources.
We are pleased to offer you a range of educational sessions from Tudor history to detailed explorations of Shakespeare's texts. From key stage 2 to A level all sessions are lively and engaging and targeted to current curricular developments.
Discursive Learning - Deep Understanding
Informative and fun introduction to Shakespeare's life and times
Shakespeare and theatre workshop
For the QCA history unit 8a
Hands-on Tudor history
Romeo and Juliet, true love?
Are Romeo and Juliet really the most romantic of all lovers? Or is their love more folly, infatuation and teenage angst?
Curating digital stories from Shakespeare's work, life and times Finding Shakespeare is the blog belonging to the collections team.
Celebrating International Women’s DayThere are many strong female characters in Shakespeare’s plays and it is well-known that in original performances female parts were usually played by male actors. However, increasingly female actors are cast in traditionally male roles…
Embracing Shakespearian conversation in a digital age, Blogging Shakespeare is the blog created, hosted and (often) written by the learning team.
Worlds ElsewhereI am pleased to post the following on behalf of Andrew Dickson, a journalist at the Guardian and a Fellow of our exciting new project (with University of Warwick) Shakespeare on the Road: “A few years back, when I was just about to start work…