Whether you're a teacher looking for inspiration or a student wanting to get creative, we've got lots of resources and ideas for independent learning at home.

As a result of the changing circumstances in schools, many young people are now learning at home or working in a blended way, using digital platforms to explore independently as well as in the classroom. 

Take a look at our resources for new ideas for learning about Shakespeare and his plays, as well as staying creative at home.

Shakespeare Learning Zone

An informative and interactive catalogue of games, videos and galleries arranged by play title, where you can find out more about a play or revise one you know well.

Homework Help

Earlier in lockdown, we asked you to send us your Shakespeare questions through #RSCHomeworkHelp. See answers from David Tennant, Paapa Essiedu, Niamh Cusack, our Artistic Director Gregory Doran and many more.

SHAKESPEARE UNLOCKED

Watch videos exploring key moments, relationships and speeches from Macbeth, Romeo and Juliet and A Midsummer Night’s Dream.

LIVE LESSONS

RSC Live Lessons on Macbeth and Romeo and Juliet are available for you to watch and take part in at any time.

Plus, you can see live lessons for Primary and Secondary audiences made with the BBC.

ACTIVITY TOOLKITS

The Romeo and Juliet, Macbeth, Hamlet, Othello and The Merchant of Venice activity toolkits contain a number of short 15-minute activities on each play. Designed to help you revise or refresh your knowledge. 

TEACHER RESOURCES

We have loads of activities and teacher packs aimed at teaching and learning in the classroom. You can find these in our resource bank. Many of them can be adapted for use outside of school.

ONLINE PERFORMANCES

Watch full productions of RSC shows at Marquee TV and on Britbox.

Stream King Lear and watch Tim Crouch’s I, Cinna on our online performances page.

 

CREATIVE WRITING

An interactive section of the Matilda The Musical website, helping you to explore storytelling and create your own scenes and stories.

Keep Your RSC educating

The RSC is a charity and our mission is to transform lives through amazing experiences of Shakespeare and great theatre. If you can, please consider supporting us by making a donation and Keep Your RSC.

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Difficult times?
We know this is a very challenging time for everyone. If you are experiencing feelings of isolation or have other wellbeing concerns, you may find the Heads Together website helpful. Other useful sites include themix.org.uk which provides practical support to under 25’s and Young Minds.