We’re here to help.

We want to support every young person to reach their potential allowing them to beat their drum louder and extend their reach further than ever before.

Performance Programme

Our performance programme will always offer productions for schools and young people, with workshops linked to productions or bespoke sessions available for schools and groups to book. Tours give a glimpse of what it means to be part of a production or encourage schools to find out more about the centuries of showmanship, joy and drama that have played out in our Hall. All of our educational work is developed with teachers, meeting curriculum objectives and delivered by professionals in their field.

Royal Shakespeare Company Associate Schools Programme - APPLICATIONS NOW OPEN

Applications are now open to join the Royal Shakespeare Company Associate Schools Programme. To apply, please dowload the application form by CLICKING HERE. The deadline for applications is Monday 19 July 2021.

Our associates programme with the Royal Shakespeare Company is targeted towards schools who want to develop and improve access to Shakespeare and deliver the best in classroom teaching through active drama techniques.  

For students, the programme involves dynamic ways to learn about Shakespeare, artist-led projects, and performance opportunities on our stage, in our local community and at the RSC in Stratford-Upon-Avon.​ 

Every year, we invite 12 schools to apply for a place on this 24 month programme which include performance opportunities, RSC practitioner workshops, director and choreographer support and a support network of teachers who exchange ideas and share best practice throughout the programme. This is led and coordinated with our Lead Associate School, Treviglas Academy, who have led the programme for the past 5 years. 

Please contact the Get Creative team to find out more.

Work Experience

For secondary school pupils, our work experience programme offers valuable opportunities for hands-on industry experience, training courses introduce young people to stage skills including rigging, lighting and sound design, and our annual dance and drama conferences are an inspired gathering of companies and teachers to create effective creative curriculum learning and professionally-supported performances.

Dance and Drama Teachers Network

At Hall for Cornwall, we know how hard teachers are working to create creative and caring schools. We’re here to help. We host regular networking sessions for Dance & Drama teachers - a place to share ideas, problems and solutions with a network of teachers all working in Secondary schools in Cornwall. If you’d like to join the network, please get in touch.

Arts Award & Artsmark

We are active Arts Award deliverers and Artsmark Supporters. If your group or school would like to know more about the qualifications, please visit the Arts AwardArtsmark websites and get in touch if you would like our help.

Contact Us

Contact the Get Creative team to find out more about how we can work with your school or group


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