Read in-depth research into the work of RSC Education and the impact it has on children and young people

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RSC Schools’ Survey: The University of Warwick (2018)

Following work undertaken by The University of Warwick, we now have robust research that indicates the positive impact our way of working with Shakespeare has on young people, their teachers, schools and wider community. Read the full RSC Schools' Survey report

Tracking Arts Learning and Engagement (ongoing since 2015)

We are working with Tate and the University of Nottingham on research to understand the contribution that cultural organisations can make to teachers’ ongoing professional development and to the learning of their students - find out more

The Learning and Performance Network Final Impact Evaluation Report 2016

The Learning and Performance Network was RSC Education's first long-term partnership programme with schools and theatres - find out more and read the final impact report

Other research 

Winston, J. (2015) Transforming the teaching of Shakespeare with the Royal Shakespeare Company, London, Bloomsbury.

Galloway, S. & Strand, S. (2010) Creating a Community of Practice: Final Report to the Royal Shakespeare Company’s Learning and Performance Network, Warwick, CEDAR.

Thomson, P., Hall, C., Thomas, D., Jones, K. & Franks, A. (2010) A study of the Learning and Performance Network, an education programme of the Royal Shakespeare Company, Newcastle, Creativity, Culture and Education.

Neelands, J., Galloway, S. & Lindsay. G. (2009) An evaluation of Stand up for Shakespeare, The Royal Shakespeare Company Learning & Performance Network 2006-­2009, Research for the Training and Development Agency for Schools, CEDAR, University of Warwick