As Creatives School Shakespeare Workshops

Celebrate Shakespeare in your school with an interactive drama-based workshop from Creative Learning organisation As Creatives! Workshops available to primary and secondary schools across the UK and beyond. Teacher CPD/INSETs, Twilight sessions and online sessions also available.

Our highly interactive Shakespeare workshops for Schools (suitable for EYFS - KS4 pupils/P1 - P7), all delivered by professional theatre practitioners, actively build on prior knowledge to support pupils in understanding Shakespeare's stories and characters – and we certainly don’t shy away from the verse!

Workshops available include: 

  • Streaming Shakespeare
  • Introducing Shakespeare
  • Spotlight On Shakespeare
  • The Play's the Thing!
  • Snippets of Shakespeare
  • Shakespeare's Seven Ages – All the World’s a Stage

Shakespeare Workshops for Schools - Learning Outcomes

  • Familiarisation with characters and narrative
  • Understanding of text
  • Awareness of Shakespeare’s "hidden stage directions"
  • Shakespearian conventions

Cross-curricular links

  • English, Drama, History, Art, Science

As Creatives is one of the leading providers of creative arts workshops to schools across the UK.

We specialise in developing creative learning programmes and workshops that are both rooted in the National Curriculum and make learning extraordinary. Directly supporting school improvement priorities, our programmes have proven impacts on engagement, motivation and attainment – and provide powerful platforms for staff development.

For full details of our Shakespeare Workshops for Schools please drop us a line at [email protected]or call 0151 708 8886.

What people say about us:

“I just wanted to say how much we all enjoyed the Shakespeare workshops delivered by Jackson this week. I received only positive feedback from staff and I was very impressed with the level of engagement from all the pupils in the workshops I took part in. Thank you! (Class Teacher, Alderton Juniors)

“Lots of great ideas that I can apply to my GCSE teaching – and loads of accessible and fun ways of introducing Shakespeare to lower school classes too!” (English Teacher, Fazakerley High)

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