Please click ‘reset password’ on our log-in page and follow the instructions to create a new one.
A reminder of your username will also be included in your password reset email.
If you've already registered for Shakespeare Week but are logging in to our new website for the first time, you'll need to reset your password.
You can do this by clicking 'reset password' on our log-in page and following the instructions.
Your password reset email includes a reminder of your username, which you'll need to use when logging in.
If you're still unable to log-in please contact us and we'll be happy to help.
No, your registration is continuous so there's no need to re-register.
We're committed to enabling schools, home educators and families to tailor their involvement in Shakespeare Week to suit any budget.
It's completely free to register and access all of the resources on the Shakespeare Week website, including our wonderful Kids' Zone. You can enjoy a fantastic Shakespeare Week, free of charge.
We also work with partners to offer a variety of events and workshops in schools and at venues around the UK, some of which may incur a fee. Details of any costs will be included in the relevant event or workshop listings, or via the third party organiser.
You can amend your details on the ‘Account’ page once you are logged in. Simply complete or amend the fields on the left of the screen and click 'Update' to save changes.
You can make use of our resources to celebrate Shakespeare Week whenever you like!
Don't forget to keep an eye out for the extra special events, competitions and other activities taking place during Shakespeare Week itself.
It's fine to use your personal email address but you can only register once with the same address. Please re-register with your new school email address if you change schools so that we are aware of any new schools that are participating in Shakespeare Week.
Yes you can, although you will need to use a different email address for each account.
Absolutely! If you are not linked to a specific school then you will need to register as a home educator which will also give you access to our fantastic classroom resources.
If your new school has not already registered for Shakespeare Week, please set up a new account for your new school.
We hope that you might also consider passing on your old log-in details to a colleague at your previous school to allow them to continue participating in Shakespeare Week.
You'll need to book directly with the venue/provider – please refer to the relevant workshops page for contact information.
You're welcome to register and use our resources – though do keep in mind that they were developed for younger pupils. We will be adding a secondary school registration capability in the near future, however at the moment you will need to register as a home educator.
You are very welcome to make use of our resources.
You may also be interested in our Teaching Resources some of which cater more specifically to English language learners.
We recommend registering as a family to access a range of materials most suitable for after school clubs.
If you're interested in running public events during Shakespeare Week, please register as an organisation in order to list your events on our website and access resources to help you develop your activities.
There are opportunities for partners of all sizes to take part in Shakespeare Week.
You could run events for your local school or see if a local venue would be interested in hosting your event for families. Cultural venues are often very happy to work with arts workers to bring their spaces to life.
Absolutely. In order to be recognised as a partner or key partner on our website simply upload a suitable image that can be used as an alternative to a logo.
If you do not have such an image please contact us and we can provide a placeholder.
Please register as an organisation so that you can promote your work for schools though our workshop listings.
Absolutely. There are a range of activities in our resources page for families that will help you to discover more about Shakespeare’s work, life and times.
If you're not already registered simply sign up for an account to begin accessing the resources.
Please contact us directly via [email protected].