Shakespeare’s Theatre (KS2) Resources

Rich with historical evidence, this scheme of work will encourage your pupils to delve deep and answer genuine historical questions, including:

What was it like to be a child actor? How dangerous was it to live in Shakespeare’s theatreland? Why did Shakespeare have royal fans? What was the difference between the indoor and outdoor playhouses? Pupils will have the opportunity to evaluate primary and secondary sources and consider the impact of Shakespeare's work on Elizabethan society.

This Key Stage 2 History Curriculum scheme includes numerous cross curricular writing opportunities including diaries, newspaper reports and persuasive letters.

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of teachers reported that their students were better able to empathise with each other

With us, young people change their attitude to learning; we instill curiosity, empathy and pride.

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of teachers said that their students increased in confidence

Every year we help thousands of young people from across the UK become better at teamwork, more confident and more ambitious.

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of teachers agreed that their students were better at working together as a team

Every year we help thousands of young people from across the UK become better at teamwork, more confident and more ambitious.

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86%
of teachers say their students improve academically

With us, young people change their attitude to learning; we instill curiosity, empathy and pride.

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young people have taken part in the Festival

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