The Royal Opera House is committed to quality arts education. Focusing on our unique strengths: dramatic singing, dance and theatre craft, our programme of Continuing Professional Development for teachers, and events and projects for students, support the primary and secondary National Curriculum.
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Build skills, confidence and knowledge in music, singing and dance in our continuing professional development workshops.
The Schools’ Matinee programme introduces pupils aged 8 to 18 to the magical word of opera and ballet through a range of productions performed by the world’s leading artists in the country’s most prestigious venue.
Fanfare is a creative composition challenge open to 13 to 16 year olds from across the UK. Follow a series of stimulating creative activities to write your own fanfare.
This ten-week classroom-based programme celebrates the unique potential creative dance has to build physical skill and unlock imagination and creativity.
Discover what goes into creating the world-famous productions of the Royal Opera House by going behind-the-scenes at the Bob and Tamar Manoukian Production Workshop and Costume Centre.
This free one-day careers fair offers an exclusive insight into non-performance roles in theatre and is open to anyone aged 16 to 25.
The Flying Dutchman is a resource for KS3 music teachers which includes activities for listening, performing, creating and arranging focussed around the Sailor's Chorus from Wagner's The Flying Dutchman
The Royal Opera House has a wealth of trailers, clips and interviews on our YouTube channel which can be used to enrich classroom lessons.