Day long workshops designed to offer a deeper exploration of a play for Key Stage 3 and above

Booking information

Ideal for: Key Stage 3-5

Date: Available Monday - Friday during Warwickshire term time

Time: 10.30am – 3.30pm or 1 – 6pm

Venue: Clore Learning Centre, Stratford-upon-Avon

Cost: UK State Schools £400*, UK Independent Schools £700*, International School/ UK and International Universities £850*

*Maximum 30 students

Room capacities vary but our workshops fees are fixed due to our artist and resource costs -  please speak to our Box Office team for room availability to find the best fit to your needs.

To book email learning.boxoffice@rsc.org.uk or call the Learning Hotline on 01789 331259 (midday – 6pm, Monday – Friday, excluding Bank Holidays)

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WHAT HAPPENS IN A SECONDARY STUDY DAY? 

An in-depth opportunity to explore Shakespeare’s work in detail – ideal for a class preparing for exams or young performers rehearsing upcoming school production. Study Days can be tailored to a play or plays of your choice, and students will engage both practically and academically with the chosen text(s).

 

  • Key Stage 3

  • Key Stage 4

  • Key Stage 5

A typical Study Day timetable is given below.

 

10.30am – 3.30pm Sessions

10.30am – 10.45am, Warm-up

10.45am – 11.45am, Session 1: Introduction to the play

11.45am – 12noon, Comfort break

12noon – 1pm, Session 2: Scene Study

1pm – 2pm, Lunch

2pm – 3.30pm, Session 3: Key speeches/ character study

1pm - 6pm Sessions

1pm – 1.15pm, Warm-up

1.15pm – 2.15pm, Session 1: Introduction to the play

2.15pm – 2.30pm, Comfort break

2.30pm – 3.30pm, Session 2: Scene Study

3.30pm – 4.30pm, Break

4.30pm – 6pm, Session 3: Key speeches/ character study

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The work of the RSC Learning and National Partnerships department is generously supported by Paul Hamlyn Foundation, Esmée Fairbairn Foundation, The Clore Duffield Foundation, Foyle Foundation, GRoW @ Annenberg, The Polonsky Foundation, The Mackintosh Foundation, Stratford Town Trust, LSEG Foundation, The Goldsmiths’ Company Charity, John S Cohen Foundation, HDH Wills 1965 Charitable Trust, Teale Charitable Trust, The Grimmitt Trust, Sir James Knott Trust, The Oakley Charitable Trust, Misses Barrie Charitable Trust, and The Wyfold Charitable Trust

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