Our award-winning schemes of work are created by teachers, for teachers. All schemes are linked to the National Curriculums of England, Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland. See below for a small selection of our resources, or view the full collection here.

Primary School Resources

A Midsummer Night's Dream (KS2)


This scheme includes everything you need to teach Shakespeare’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream to your Upper Primary pupils. It includes 25 detailed lesson sequences, covering approximately 6 weeks of English teaching.

History of Shakespeare's Theatre (KS2)


In this unique and exciting scheme of work, your students will travel back in time for a guided tour through Shakespeare's theatre. Rich with historical evidence, this scheme of work will encourage your pupils to delve deep and answer genuine historical questions. The scheme includes numerous cross curricular writing opportunities including diaries, newspaper reports and persuasive letters.

Secondary School Resources

Julius Caesar and Modern Politics (KS3)


This secondary resource takes inspiration from Mark Antony's speech at the funeral of Caesar. Fully resourced over several lessons, with a scheme PowerPoint and several interactive video resources, this provides a stimulating half-term's focus.

Shakespeare's Language (KS3/4)


This scheme of work explores Shakespeare’s language through a combination of drama and text based exercises, with extracts from Romeo and Juliet, Macbeth and The Merchant of Venice. The resource includes exam style questions and is good preparation for GCSE and similar exams.

SEND Schools Resources

Democracy and Citizenship (KS2)


This exciting and accessible scheme of work teaches SEN pupils how fair decisions are reached, how to run a class vote and how the country is run. The scheme allows pupils to become part of the democratic process themselves and campaign for changes to be made that will affect their school lives.

Shakespeare's Theatre (KS3 SEND)


This thrilling SEN Secondary scheme of work, designed to run for approximately twenty teaching sessions, takes your SEN pupils on an exciting trip to Shakespeare's disgusting old London, with squelching mud from clattering carts, vile smells and chopped off heads hanging from spikes on London Bridge. When your pupils have found their way into the city, they'll become apprentice actors in Shakespeare's Globe theatre, learning about his magical play The Tempest.