Five naughty dragons are causing trouble in Windsor and at the Castle. The chef is angry with the dragons for eating all his food and Little Miss Muffet is scared because spiders are being dropped on her. Something needs to be done, so The Queen must ... Read more about Once Upon a Castle
Drama, English Literature, English Language, Dance, Music
Delivered by an immersive theatre production company, this drama workshop uses one of Shakespeare's most famous and fun plays - A Midsummer Night's Dream - as a source of inspiration. ... Read more about Shakespeare: Court in the Act
This engaging storytelling and role play session brings Shakespeare's works alive for pupils in Years 1, 2 and 3. We meet an aspiring actor from 400 years ago dressed in period costume, who makes the concept of comedy and tragedy accessible for this ag ... Read more about Shakespeare: Play on Words
In this interactive creative writing session our published author will draw on real works of art and archival documents displayed in the anniversary exhibition Shakespeare in the Royal Library to stimulate discussion and ideas. ... Read more about The Many Lives of Shakespeare
This guided walk of the Castle’s open spaces is an exciting way for children to examine Windsor’s battlements, arrow loops and towers and see for themselves the advantages of building a castle on a hill. ... Read more about Walk, talk and chalk
This fascinating session focuses on the use of Windsor Castle as a favourite home and working palace of Britain's two longest-reigning monarchs: Queen Victoria and her great, great granddaughter Queen Elizabeth II, who in September 2015 surpassed Queen ... Read more about Whose royal home is this?
This interactive talk explores Windsor Castle’s role over the centuries as fortress, prison, baroque palace, family home, wartime refuge, heritage attraction and residence used by The Queen for official duties. ... Read more about Windsor Castle: History around us