Find out more about why, how and where we work with young people and their teachers

Online resources for teachers and young people

Online resources to access at home, or in the classroom.

We have a wide range of online resources, to help young people to unlock Shakespeare's language and learn more about his plays.

Rehearsal Room Approaches

All of our work helps young people to unlock Shakespeare using techniques developed in the RSC rehearsal room.

Rehearsal room approaches focus on establishing the world in which the story is taking place, telling the story, discovering the characters and exploring the language.

How your school, college or university can work with us

From Key Stage 1 to Undergraduate

There are lots of ways for young people and teachers to work with us, from events and workshops for students, to professional development for teachers, free Schools' Broadcasts and partnerships.

Planning an education visit

Find useful information to help you with planning a school, college or university trip to the Royal Shakespeare Company.

Including maps, risk assessments, ticket discounts and our school information pack.

Research into our work

We have an increasing body of research that proves the value of an arts-rich education and the benefits of using rehearsal room approaches to Shakespeare with students of all ages and abilities.

Explore our #TimeToListen research, read classroom case studies and more.

Our Partnerships

RSC Education works in partnership with schools, theatres, universities and other organisations both across the UK and internationally.

Read more about our work with other organisations abroad.

Frequently Asked Questions

Explore FAQs and useful links to further information about RSC Education. 

Including information on work experience, teacher resources and help with school projects and surveys.

Next Generation Talent Development Programme

Next Generation is our talent development programme.

It gives talented young people from disadvantaged backgrounds the chance to explore a career in acting, directing or working backstage.

Where We Work

Last year our work reached over 530,000 students across the UK and overseas.

We work with young people and teachers all over the country through our events and workshops for students, teacher professional development and Associate Schools Programme.

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