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Adobe and RSC

A perfect creative partnership. RSC and Adobe. And you.


How Adobe and the Royal Shakespeare Company help you bring creativity into the classroom.

Adobe has joined forces with the RSC to champion the arts and creativity in education. This long-term partnership supports teachers and enhances the teaching and learning of Shakespeare in schools, and builds creative problem-solving skills to help prepare students for tomorrow’s workplace.
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Clifton Primary Show
Creativity In Action.


Adobe & RSC worked with Clifton Primary School in Birmingham, to bring creativity to the classroom while studying The Merchant of Venice. See how it all unfolded in this video.

Want to get involved?
Get your hands on the First Encounters activity pack.


RSC and Adobe have developed a pack of activities specifically designed to support KS2-3 students attending a First Encounters with Shakespeare performance or studying The Merchant of Venice. These resources are intended to equip teachers to teach Shakespeare in new, engaging ways using Adobe Spark and Creative Cloud.
 
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Creativity in the classroom

Why is creativity in the classroom important?


Students are native content creators. By infusing creative approaches to learning into any subject matter, they can be encouraged to think deeply about what it is to be human. This enables them to create and explore new ideas, building creative problem-solving skills.

These skills are essential if we want to equip young people with the skills and aptitudes they need to succeed in the workplace, and contribute positively to their communities and society at large.

How we support teachers – equipping them with creative resources.


Teachers can access free teaching resources full of creative techniques and ideas, that combine Adobe’s cutting-edge technological expertise with the RSC’s unique rehearsal room approach to teaching and learning about Shakespeare.
 
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creativity in young people and teachers


50% of companies expect automation to reduce their full-time workforce by 2022.
 

the next generation workforce


The top 3 aptitudes for future success.
 

Future-proofing tomorrow’s workforce.


The World Economic Forum predict that nearly 50% of companies expect automation to reduce their full-time workforce by 2022.

Problem solving, critical thinking and creativity are the top three aptitudes children need to develop for future success. These skills are not typically addressed through the general curriculum. That’s where organisations like Adobe and RSC can help by building creative capacities that lead to skill sets for future success.
 

Bringing Adobe into the classroom: how to get started.


Adobe has the tools you need to inject creativity into the classroom. Discover what your students can create using Spark and Creative Cloud.

All it takes is a Spark to ignite creativity.


100% free to all institutions globally. Engage your primary school students and drive creativity in the classroom with Spark. Create beautiful graphics, web pages, social posts and video stories – in minutes.
 

Unleash their creativity with Creative Cloud.


£5 per student, per year for the whole Adobe Creative Cloud for access at school and at home. Students will love having over 20 creative apps at their fingertips, including Photoshop, Illustrator and InDesign to bring their creative dreams to life.

Sign up to Adobe CC for £5/month.

All it takes is a Spark to ignite creativity.


100% free to all institutions globally. Engage your primary school students and drive creativity in the classroom with Spark. Create beautiful graphics, web pages, social posts and video stories – in minutes.
 

Unleash their creativity with Creative Cloud.


£5 per student, per year for the whole Adobe Creative Cloud for access at school and at home. Students will love having over 20 creative apps at their fingertips, including Photoshop, Illustrator and InDesign to bring their creative dreams to life.

Sign up to Adobe Creative Cloud for £5 per student per year.