SIGN UP NOW FOR SHAKESPEARE WEEK 2015
In March 2014 more than 3,000 schools, theatres, historic sites, museums, galleries, cinemas, and libraries celebrated Shakespeare Week all over the UK. So far we have brought Shakespeare vividly to life for over half a million primary school children. Next year we want to do even more. Join us today and together we can inspire a whole generation of children with Shakespeare’s stories, language and heritage.
Register now to access FREE resources year-round and receive regular updates about the next Shakespeare Week, 16-22 March 2015.
- Join those already registered for Shakespeare Week to access our FREE suite of resources for the classroom covering all subjects.
- You can use them to develop anything from single activities to term-long programmes. New resources are added regularly.
- Events and activities for schools will be listed in Shakespeare Week Events you can look for local support or partners here.
- Get a FREE Passport to Shakespeare for every pupil participating in Shakespeare Week 2015.
- Over 3,000 schools took part in 2014. Join the celebration here.
Shakespeare Week will encourage and incentivise schools, children and their families to explore their local museums, galleries, theatres, concert halls, libraries and historic sites, making cultural connections to Shakespeare’s legacy. By joining with the organisations taking part you will:
- Attract new audiences
- Feature in a nationwide marketing campaign
- Promote your events, activities and offers to participating schools and families
Teachers will be able to:
- Access FREE resources
- Find local events and activities
- Claim the FREE Passport to Shakespeare for pupils
- Promote their school’s Shakespeare Week events and activities
Participating organisations will be able to:
- Promote their events and offers
- Attract new audiences
- Be part of a national celebration
- Shakespeare Week offers children the chance to take part in creative and cultural learning experiences in schools and outside the classroom.
- This website hosts an extensive selection of FREE resources for teachers and promotes events and activities taking place during Shakespeare Week in cultural and heritage organisations nationwide.
- Over 60,000 passports to Shakespeare were distributed to children whose schools participated in Shakespeare week in 2014. The Passport to Shakespeare encourages pupils to continue learning at school, beyond the classroom and with their families.