Learning Partnership Programmes are long-term partnerships, tailor-made in consultation with teachers. 

We work in partnership with primary, secondary and further education providers using creativity to enhance children and young people's enjoyment of learning, to develop and upskill teachers and to help deliver work as part of a school's own improvement plans. 

Our Learning Partnership Programmes could include:

  • Creative Curriculum Projects
    Using the theatre as a resource for learning 

  • Arts Week and Arts Residencies
    Delivered at the theatre or in school

  • RSC Associate Schools
    Improve the learning of Shakespeare.
    Employing rehearsal room techniques across the curriculum including regular CPD offers for teachers.

  • Access to Process and Professional Practice
    Insights into theatre-making

  • Transition Projects
    Helping pupils build resilience to cope with educational transitions through creativity.

  • Creative Projects exploring current issues relevant to young people's lives. Ideal for delivering PSHE in KS3.

To find out more and arrange an initial meeting please contact Susan Mulholland, Deputy Director of Participation at [email protected]