Over 4,500 pupils visit us every year to explore and enhance their study of subjects such as RE, History, Art and Music. We welcome groups of all sizes and endeavour to provide a high quality service based on the individual requirements of each group.
There are a number of visiting options available. To discuss your needs, our charges and to arrange a visit please contact 01392 413174 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
The available options are:
Having received support from the Heritage Lottery Fund we have developed a new programme of special themed days. These themes focus on different aspects of the Cathedral, its history and its community. They are the ideal way to make the most of your visit and to ensure that the work pupils do complements the curriculum. A themed day lasts from around 10.00-14.00 and includes a specialised tour, complementary workshop and a lunchroom included (at no extra cost).
We also offer guided tours for those groups who wish to spend around an hour exploring the Cathedral with our trained education volunteers. The tour can be a general overview of the life and history of the Cathedral or can focus on certain topics such as signs and symbols, faith in art, medieval history and architecture. Give us a call to discuss your requirements and we’ll be happy to design a special tour to suit your needs.
A self-guided visit allows you to visit the Cathedral to carry out your own prepared work.
Activity booklets which enable children to explore the building in groups or individually are available from the Visitors’ Department. They take around 60 minutes to complete.
If you would like to do something specific, bring gifted and talented pupils or plan a visit as part of an activity/enrichment week give us a call! We are always happy to tailor visits to suit your needs.
Pilgrimages, School Services and Music Outreach
If you require any information about making a pilgrimage to the Cathedral, holding a school service here or would like information about the Music Outreach Scheme please contact the Music and Liturgy Department on 01392 436747 or by email to email@example.com.
We want your visit to be as safe as possible. To discuss any risks give us a call or email. We are happy to provide advice and guidance but require you to devise your own risk assessment. We offer the opportunity for teachers to visit us free of charge for this purpose prior to their official visit.