Shakespeare Challenge Bronze Arts Award
We are delighted to be working with the Royal Shakespeare Company to offer Shakespeare Challenge Bronze Arts Award, an exciting programme for those interested in exploring Shakespeare through their Bronze Arts Award. The RSC Shakespeare Challenge is generously supported by Bank of America Merrill Lynch.
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WSF: Shakespeare Challenge
In the lead up to and during London 2012 a special, time-limited programme created for the World Shakespeare Festival [produced by the Royal Shakespeare Company for London 2012 Festival] was available to Arts Award centres. The World Shakespeare Festival Shakespeare Challenge programme shared the same structure as the Shakespeare Challenge, but built on the existing challenge by encouraging students to explore how Shakespeare’s plays are re-imagined and interpreted by cultures and countries around the world.
Stand up for Shakespeare
The Shakespeare Challenge recognises the approach to teaching and learning Shakespeare as celebrated through the RSC’s Stand up for Shakespeare Manifesto. The aims of this campaign were to encourage more young people to Do Shakespeare on their feet, See Shakespeare Live and to Start Shakespeare Earlier.
To speak to one of the RSC’s specialist education team
Arts Award also works closely with Shakespeare Schools Festival.