Bringing Shakespeare to the classroom in Lincolnshire
MORE than 1,000 primary schools have registered to join a new national schools and culture campaign to give every child in Britain a great first encounter with Shakespeare.
More than 70 organisations, including many leading arts and heritage venues, have also joined the campaign to bring Shakespeare's cultural legacy to life for schools and families across the country.
With six months to go before the first Shakespeare Week from March 17 to 23, organiser the Shakespeare Birthplace Trust says the initiative could reach three times as many children as expected in its first year.
Shakespeare Week is a new annual calendar event which will unite schools, theatres, galleries, museums, cinemas, libraries, musicians, publishers and historic places in a nationwide celebration of Shakespeare's cultural and creative influence.
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The campaign is organised by the Shakespeare Birthplace Trust, the independent charity that cares for the world's greatest Shakespeare heritage sites in Stratford-upon-Avon, and promotes the enjoyment and understanding of Shakespeare's works, life and times all over the world.
It aims to involve more than three million children and their families and schools in Shakespeare Week by 2018.
Every child taking part through their school will receive a Passport to Shakespeare – an ongoing attainment record that rewards holders with incentives.
For more information visit www.shakespeareweek.org.uk.