Scunthorpe schools could be part of nationwide Shakespeare celebration
THE Shakespeare Birthplace Trust is set to launch Shakespeare Week – an annual cultural and learning campaign for British primary schools.
Primary schools in Scunthorpe and the rest of the UK are being targeted by the campaign, which aims to celebrate the 450th anniversary Shakespeare's birth.
Shakespeare Week will be officially launched by Michael Gove MP, Secretary of State for Education, in London on 16th April 2013.
The aim of Shakespeare Week is to bring Shakespeare's stories, language, historical backdrop and his creative influence vividly to life for more than three million children in the UK and ensure that his cultural legacy is a central part of the primary education learning experience.
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Primary school teachers will have access to online resources that can be used across the curriculum. Pupils at participating schools will receive a 'Passport to Shakespeare' that will encourage children and their families to go on to explore their cultural heritage beyond the classroom at their local museums, galleries, theatres, concert halls, libraries and historical places.
For further information visit http://www.shakespeare.org.uk