We are offering free professional development opportunities for teachers in Warwickshire schools.
To find out more about any of the courses below call Georgia Munnion on 01789 403432 or email email@example.com
All courses take place at the Clore Learning Centre in Stratford-upon-Avon.
Free KS1 & KS2 INSET on The Tempest
Tuesday 22 November, 9am-3pm
This practical day will give you plenty of ideas for introducing The Tempest to children as early as possible. We will look at how we can introduce the themes of the play in ways which connect with children's own experiences.
We will then explore how the language can be brought to life through collaborative, ensemble-based approaches. This day will support with the development of literacy, speaking and listening, and help you towards creating a performance with children.
‘Thank you for an inspirational day and a look at how Shakespeare can come alive for 6 and 7 year olds.’ KS1 Teacher, Warwickshire
‘The whole day facilitated such stunning ideas and approaches. Great to be able to discuss ideas with colleagues.’ KS2 Teacher, Warwickshire
Free KS3 Twilight INSET on The Tempest
Tuesday 29 November, 5pm – 7pm
This two-hour workshop will show you how the approaches that RSC actors take in the rehearsal room can translate into strategies that enable students to explore Shakespeare’s text confidently and practically. We will explore The Tempest, looking at a range of approaches that get students actively involved in the narrative and language.
'This was truly inspirational, memorable and will have a long-lasting impact on our school. A master class in teaching.'
KS3 teacher, Hull
Free Digital Puppetry in The Tempest Masterclass for Secondary Teachers
Thursday 5 January, 5pm – 7pm
RSC Masterclasses offer you the opportunity to learn from leading arts and theatre professionals. We are offering a free 2-hour masterclass on Digital Puppetry in The Tempest for Secondary teachers, delivered by RSC staff or creatives. This session will offer a deeper insight into how technology has been used to create the production of The Tempest, directed by Artistic Director, Gregory Doran.
‘It is great to work with professionals. It takes training to a whole new level.’ Warwickshire Teacher