Education

Connecting Young People with Shakespeare

Making Shakespeare vivid, accessible and enjoyable for children, young people and their teachers.

Do you want to teach Shakespeare differently: either teaching a new play or teaching in a new way?

As we present all of Shakespeare's plays across the next six years, join us on our inspirational journey through Shakespeare's work in a new initiative called Young Shakespeare Nation.

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Young Shakespeare Nation

Education Membership

Ticket discounts and booking priviledges. Find out more.

Bring the RSC into your classroom

Live broadcasts and other online performances.

On-stage events

Bring students to Stratford for pre-show insights into the productions.

Online teaching resources

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

Professional Development

Henry IV Parts 1 & 2 Find out more about our
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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How our Work makes a Difference

Chuk Iwuji as Henry VI Discover more about how our
work has made a difference to teachers and students in the UK
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Toolkit for Teachers

Shakespeare Toolkit for Teachers Read about the Toolkit for Primary
teachers. "Clear, insightful and rooted in effective practice"
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Contact us & FAQs

Education Ticket Hotline
0844 800 1113

All other enquiries
0844 800 1112

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RSC Members

Your school can become a member for just £16 per year.
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Support us

The RSC is a registered charity (no. 212481). Find out how you can make a difference

16-25 Tickets

£5 tickets for people aged 16-25
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