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TEACHER TRAINING.

Opportunities for teachers to continue professional development via online and in-person CPD courses

Enhance your classroom skills with our wide range of teacher training opportunities, available in person and online. Our CPDs, led by expert Globe Practitioners, will help you build a practical toolkit for engaging students in their study of Shakespeare, and develop socially conscious approaches to his plays. Choose from our publicly available workshops or work with us to develop a bespoke solution for your department or school.

UNLOCK OUR PRODUCTIONS

Delve deeper into the plays currently on our stages with our production-focussed CPD sessions, which include a ticket to see the play.

EXPLORE KEY TEXTS

Our Key Text CPDs focus on some of the most popular plays studied at Key Stage 4 and 5. Join us in person or online, and equip yourself with practical tools to enhance your teaching. 

Key Stage 4

For teachers working with 14-16 year olds

Key Stage 5

For teachers working with 16-18 year olds

Key Themes

Join us in person or online for a focus on key themes to boost your teaching.

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CPD: Teaching Othello at Key Stage 5 | Shakespeare's Globe

Bankside
Join this practical session to enhance your classroom teaching of Shakespeare’s powerful tragedy at Key Stage 5. This is an in-person event at Shakespeare’s Globe, including tour.
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Continuing Professional Development: Teaching Much Ado About Nothing at Key Stage 4

Bankside
Learn how to use practical rehearsal room techniques to enliven and deepen your students' understanding of the play's characters, context, themes and imagery, and develop their critical thinking skills. You’ll complete your experience by watching a matinee performance of Much Ado About Nothing. 
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Continuing Professional Development: Teaching Shakespeare and Sexuality

Bankside
Learn new skills in this practical, three-hour workshop, designed for Secondary English and Drama teachers. Use academic and practical tools to analyse where Shakespeare’s works illuminate the queer culture of his own time, and reveal how ‘queering’ the performance of Shakespeare’s plays can unlock further meaning.
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Online Continuing Professional Development: Teaching Anti-Racist Shakespeare

At Home Bankside
Learn new skills to build an anti-racist approach to teaching Shakespeare in the classroom in this practical, online workshop, designed for Secondary English and Drama teachers.
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Online Continuing Professional Development: Teaching Macbeth at Key Stage 4

At Home
Learn new skills in this online workshop, designed for secondary teachers with a particular focus on KS4. The session will offer exciting and creative techniques you can use to explore the play’s context, study key moments of the text in performance, and facilitate students’ analysis of the production. 
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Continuing Professional Development: Teaching Macbeth at KS4

Bankside
Learn how to use practical rehearsal room techniques to enliven and deepen your students' understanding of the play's characters, context, themes and imagery, and develop their critical thinking skills.
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Online Continuing Professional Development: Teaching The Taming of the Shrew at Key Stage 5

At Home
Learn new skills in this online workshop, designed for secondary teachers with a particular focus on KS5. The session will offer exciting and creative techniques you can use to explore the play’s characters, context, themes and imagery, and facilitate students’ analysis of the production. 
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Romeo and Juliet: GCSE Boost (Hybrid)

Bankside
Bring your study of Shakespeare’s timeless story of love and violence to life in this practical Boost day for ages 14–16. This is a hybrid event – choose to join in-person at Shakespeare’s Globe or online via Zoom.