Our aim is to make Shakespeare vivid, accessible and enjoyable for young people aged 5-25 and their teachers

We want as many young people as possible to come to our performances, to explore plays using approaches from our rehearsal rooms and to make and develop their own interpretations of Shakespeare’s work.

There are so many ways for teachers, schools and young people to work with us:

Last year our work reached over 500,000 young people across the UK - explore our web pages to find out how to get your school on the RSC Education Map.

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How Your School Can Work With Us

Schools, colleges and universities can work with RSC Education in lots of different ways.

RSC Dream Team 2016

The nation’s favourite Shakespeare play is performed as never before

Events and Workshops for Students

Workshops, conferences and other events at the RSC for young people from Key Stage 1 to Undergraduate

Schools' Broadcasts

All of our Shakespeare plays are broadcast live to classrooms free of charge and are supported with high quality downloadable resources and an interactive Q&A with cast

Teacher Professional Development

From specialist courses in Stratford-upon-Avon, to bespoke CPD in your school, we have a professional development offer for everyone

Teacher Resources

Resources including Teacher Packs, videos, image galleries and interactive whiteboard resources to help you bring Shakespeare to life in the classroom

Impact and Research

We believe that young people get the most out of Shakespeare's plays when they work on them actively, speaking the text aloud. Here's our bank of evidence on the impact of that approach on young people of all ages and abilities.

Planning an Education Visit

How to find us and other userful information if you're planning to bring your students to workshops, events or performances at the RSC

Frequently Asked Questions

Find answers to your enquiries about RSC Education

Where We Work

Look at our map to see where we're working with schools - last year our work reached over 500,000 students across the UK.