A well-deserved break and new year opportunities.

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[IMAGE] The cast of Christmas at the (snow) Globe wave their hands in the air on the globe stage with a huge Christmas tree behind them.

Christmas at the (Snow) Globe with Sandi Toksvig is now available to watch online - click the image above to find out more.

'I can no other answer make, but thanks, and thanks, and ever thanks.'

The Christmas holidays are finally here, and, although circumstances will be far from normal this year, we very much hope you will be able to enjoy some relaxation away from the classroom over the coming weeks.

We would like to send our heartfelt thanks to each and every one of you for the incredible job that you do; innovating and creating new ways of working, adapting to the changing regulations, and always inspiring and supporting your students through these phenomenally challenging times.

Thank you, also, for the support you have shown our organisation this year. From YouTube streams, to virtual CPD events, web resources and online student workshops – it’s been a real pleasure to connect virtually with such a dedicated community of teachers all around the world.

Looking ahead to 2021, we cannot wait to welcome you back to Shakespeare’s Globe and we sincerely hope that you and your students will join us as we keep celebrating the power of exploring, learning and connecting together.

Wishing you and all at your school the very best for a rejuvenating, well-deserved and much-needed break and a very Happy New Year!

With love from the Globe team x

We'll be here for you in the New Year.

As soon as it is safe to do so, we look forward to opening our doors to schools again in 2021. 

As well as welcoming groups back into our home on Bankside, we can bring Shakespeare’s Globe to your school, or work with you online. 

From student workshops, to study days and bespoke professional development sessions for you and your colleagues, all of our offerings are designed to meet the needs of your school and its learners. 

Click here for more information about what we offer.

A Midsummer Night's Dream.

If you haven't reserved your school's place for our Playing Shakespeare with Deutsche Bank project this year, see below for how you can get involved. With online student workshops and CPD sessions, and outdoor performances following Government Covid-19 guidelines, you can access all the project has to offer with peace of mind.

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Book your free or heavily discounted tickets to our specially designed production for schools. Enjoy a 90 minute romp through the Athenian woods in our beautiful open air theatre. 

Visit our Playing Shakespeare with Deutsche Bank web page for information on how to book for your school.

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Jump online to work with teaching peers and our Globe educational practitioners in these interactive teacher training sessions with lots of transferable content for teaching all Shakespeare texts. 

Schools will receive their CPD booking forms on confirmation of their booking for the production.

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Schools can book up to six workshops for students who are attending the production. These lively practical sessions are a brilliant way to learn more about Shakespeare's language and stagecraft. 

Schools will receive their workshop booking forms on confirmation of their booking for the production.

New Year training.

Shakespeare's texts offer a fertile ground for classroom debates around race. 

Attend one of our anti-racist CPD sessions, designed for individual teachers to book on to, for a range of ideas on bringing these important discussions into your classroom. 

Sessions take place online and are accessible to all, with prices from £20. 
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And remember...

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Until the end of February half term, the film of our 2019 Playing Shakespeare with Deutsche Bank production of Romeo and Juliet is available online for free. 

Why not visit our YouTube page today and bookmark it for the Spring term.