Supporting the new KS3 Curriculum: The RSC Schools' Broadcast Series

The new curriculum for KS3 requires the study of two Shakespeare plays; the best way to experience Shakespeare is to see it live so why not take part in our Schools' Broadcast Series? 

Free to all UK schools and supported by free downloadable resources, the Broadcasts also have a signing option to make them accessible for deaf and partially hearing students. Registration is open now. 


Young Shakespeare Nation

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Young Shakespeare Nation

Professional Development in Stratford and in your school.


Student Insight Sessions

Join us for a pre-show Insight session in the theatre.

Online teaching resources

Download our Teachers' Packs and more from the Resource Bank.

Professional Development

Henry IV Parts 1 & 2 Wherever you are in the UK
we offer outreach and training opportunities for teachers
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Bring your Students to the RSC

Workshop Onstage Events for students of all ages
in Stratford, exploring the onstage work of the RSC
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RSC Education News

Education News Download Education News
to discover more about opportunities for teachers and students
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Learning & Performance Network

Students enjoying a workshop Long term partnerships
with schools, communities and theatres across England
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Learning Lines

Chuk Iwuji as Henry VI Read more about our work
in RSC Education's blog exploring our inspirational journey
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Toolkit for Teachers

Shakespeare Toolkit for Teachers Read about the Toolkit for Primary
teachers and discover a new toolkit resource for KS1 teachers
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16-25 Tickets

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