Schools & Educational Group Visits
Our learning programmes are designed to support the National Curriculum and examination specifications and cover a wide range of subjects from STEM and History to Religious Studies and Art. Our workshops consolidate what has been taught in the classroom and are adapted to reflect a group’s prior learning and the focus of their specific programme of study. Our stunning setting in a 1000 year old building with a brand new learning centre provides an excellent location for your visit and builds students cultural capital.
Activities and workshops cater for a variety of different learners and learning styles, with plenty of opportunities for SEN pupils, home-educated students, school and university learners and those committed to lifelong learning. We also offer a thriving community outreach programme which includes work experience placements, craft and mindfulness activities and literacy and numeracy courses led in conjunction with third-party providers.
Our experienced team of educators and learning facilitators have received a Sandford Award for heritage education in acknowledgement of the quality of their work. Our team is committed to ensuring that your visit runs smoothly and efficiently and that our visitors have a truly memorable experience.
Even if you just want to bring a small group of students and guide them yourself, we ask that you get in touch with our team to ensure a smooth visit for yourselves.
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To enquire about an educational visit, please phone 01905 732919 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
A Virtual Vist
It is now possible to visit the Cathedral Virtually!
You can explore any of the topics and curriculum that we traditionally cover from the comfort of your own classroom. A virtual visit could include:
- An interactive 360 degree tour
- Informative videos
- Live Q & A sessions with our guides
- Virtual workshops
- Downloadable resources.
To enquire about an virtual visit, please phone 01905 732919 or email email@example.com
Worcester Cathedral Education
Worcester Cathedral has been a centre for learning and education since the development of a Benedictine monastery here over a thousand years ago.