Secondary: Bespoke projects

Suitable for: Key stages 3 – 5 (for University students, please visit our Higher Education section).

Looking for something more extensive than, or a little different to, our standard workshop or Study Day offers? Create a bespoke session or course for your learners with us.  

Key activities

We can tailor our bespoke courses to meet the requirements of international curricula.

Available texts

We can tailor our projects to the text/s of your choice.

Curriculum links

  • Read challenging texts with good understanding
  • Acquire a wide vocabulary
  • Develop a greater appreciation of our rich and varied literary heritage
  • Develop confidence in the art of speaking and listening
  • Use discussion in order to learn: be able to elaborate and explain their understanding and ideas
  • Use spoken language to prepare their ideas before they write

Enable all learners to participate in and gain knowledge, skills and understanding associated with drama. Pupils should be able to adopt, create and sustain a range of roles, responding appropriately to others in role.

Using Shakespeare’s stories as a vehicle, our workshops also help to promote the spiritual, moral, social, cultural, and emotional development of pupils.



Information for your visit

All workshops can be tailored to cater for a range of Special Educational Needs and requirements. Detailed information can be found in our FAQs.

Please also read our FAQs for site specific information (directions, on-site food and beverage provisions etc).

Check out our  handy tips to make your visit a success

Contact us

 +44 (0)207 902 1433


At the Globe 

We offer longer courses delivered at the Globe and tailored to your specific needs. 

Bring your group of students to the Globe and immerse them in the unique playing conditions of Shakespeare’s world. 

Be it a half-day movement workshop or a week-long summer school culminating in a sharing on the Globe stage, build your course according to your requirements in consultation with our Learning team. 


Alternatively, bring the Globe into the heart of your classroom through a unique learning experience conducted via two-way livestreaming. 

These sessions can be tailored to match your needs: for any play, any age-range and any learning levels. They can be as short as a one-hour Q&A, or as in-depth as an online summer school. 

We can also live stream direct from the Globe stage, bringing the text and students from the page and literally onto the stage. 

In your school 

Why not bring the Globe to your school? We send practitioners all over the world to deliver learning programmes customised for schools’ specific requirements. 

You might want to work with select groups of students to develop confidence or key skills, or deliver a full-scale project for a whole class or year group, such as staging an in-school production. You determine the length of our stay based on the needs of your learners. 

Our made to measure programmes are matched to precise school objectives and offer teachers and pupils the chance to work with Globe practitioners through workshops, masterclasses or storytelling performances – or a combination of all three. 


Please get in touch to discuss your exact requirements. We will then provide a bespoke quotation.

Dates and Times

Extended projects can be delivered at any time of the year, subject to availability. 


About workshops taking place at the Globe


About workshops taking place at your school


About visiting the Globe



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