Theatre Education for your School

Professional theatre makers – native English speakers

Our education department is in touch with over 300 international and Dutch schools nationwide. Yearly over 2400 students at primary, secondary and university level (4 – 26 years old) are involved in STET education programmes. Our high-quality theatre workshops and performances are successful because we work with professional actors and educators who have a real passion for their work and are keen to pass on their knowledge.

Our expertise lies in providing small-group theatre workshops with real connection, safe environment and quality time to develop a mutual conversation between the group and the theatre professional(s). We highly value direct contact with teachers, students and audience members.

For more information and bookings, please contact us at or +31 6 20 43 1919.

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Get to know us better! Take a look and download our presentation to get a comprehensive idea about our department.


Curious about our past projects?

  • Click here for our Education Evaluation 2022
  • Click here for our Education Evaluation 2021
  • Click here for our Education Evaluation 2020
  • Click here for our Education Evaluation 2019
  • Click here for our Education Evaluation 2018
  • Click here for our Education Evaluation 2017

Who have we have worked with?

Some schools we worked with so far are.... American School of The Hague, British School The Hague, Dalton Den Haag, Dalton Voorburg, Edith Stein College (The Hague), Europen School Bergen, European School The Hague, Groningse Schoolvereniging, Haarlemmermeer Lyceum, Het College (Weert), Het Nieuwe Eemland (Amersfoort), HSV (van Nijenrodestraat and Nassaulaan in The Hague), International School of Amsterdam, International School Delft, International School Eerde (Ommen), International School Groningen, International School of The Hague, Nuborgh College Lambert Francken (Elburg), OSG West-Friesland (Hoorn), RSG Magister Alvinus (Sneek), Segbroek College (The Hague), Sint-Maartenscollege (Voorburg), Trinitas College (Heerhugowaard)...

Why does STET have an education department and why is it so successful?

  • Theatre education is a proven way of non-formal learning, gaining insights in drama techniques, storytelling, communication and most importantly learning about oneself.
  • Students learn lifelong skills through cultural education. They:
      • learn to articulate their emotions in a social situation (kerndoel 54)
      • gain self-confidence
      • develop tools to enable them to reflect on themselves and the world around them (kerndoel 55)
      • recognise the benefits of working as a team and co-operating with others
      • learn to express themselves more clearly
      • acquire some knowledge about the arts and learn to appreciate it (kerndoel 56)
  • STET Education provides a supplemental education programme that reinforces English language skills in order to help students do better in their curriculums and in their social life outside school.
  • Students gain insight in the creative work behind our productions by understanding what motivates a professional artist to create a piece of work.

We are proudly supporting a charity every year with 5% of our seasonal income. In 2021 we were honored to supported Komt Het Zien, an organisation which provides real solutions for theatre-goers with visual impairment. Curious? Read on…