Teachers: we offer a wide range of educational and engaging sessions for your pupils, from key stage 2 to A level. Find a course to suit you on our Beyond the classroom page. Alternatively, download our current leaflets from the links listed below:
We have recently launched Shakespeare Week a national, annual celebration to bring Shakespeare to life for primary school children. Visit Shakespeare week to find out more and download free resources and to read about the launch.
Visit www.palgrave.com/schools for a wealth of resources for teachers and students across a range of subject areas including the Shakespeare Handbook series.
Looking for a plot summary of one of Shakespeare's plays? Try Spark Notes they are very detailed.
In July 2012 the Shakespeare Birthplace Trust welcomed the Olympic Torch to Stratford alongside 'S' Factor competition winner Olley West and 11 students, winners of our Shakespeare Gold Olympic tickets, from local primary schools.
We are pleased to offer you a range of educational sessions from Tudor history to detailed explorations of Shakespeare's texts. From key stage 2 to A level all sessions are lively and engaging and targeted to current curricular developments.
Discursive Learning - Deep Understanding
Informative and fun introduction to Shakespeare's life and times
Experience first hand life on a Tudor Farm
Shakespeare and theatre workshop
For the QCA history unit 8a
Romeo and Juliet, true love?
Are Romeo and Juliet really the most romantic of all lovers? Or is their love more folly, infatuation and teenage angst?
Curating digital stories from Shakespeare's work, life and times Finding Shakespeare is the blog belonging to the collections team.
An Early Shakespeare Souvenir – The Mulberry Wood Snuff BoxThis blog kicks off a new series, ‘Shakespeare on Show,’ from the Museum Collections Team. The series will highlight objects currently on display in three new exhibitions across the Shakespeare Birthplace Trust. In March our team opened…
Embracing Shakespearian conversation in a digital age, Blogging Shakespeare is the blog created, hosted and (often) written by the learning team.