Alongside our regular school programme we also offer special events and experiences during festivals, seasonal activties and exhibitions. For the latest information please contact us, and you can also follow us on twitter
All special events and seasonal experiences are priced at £7.95 per student.
Journey to the Manger: 6 December 2023
Join us for an interactive re-telling of the Christmas Story with hands-on activities, music, reflection and worship. Open to Year 2 classes from Southwark diocesan Church of England Schools.
Moon Takover: October 2023 - dates announced soon
10.30-12.15 or 12.30-14.15
Tales from the Moon - EYFS and KS1
A fun cross-curricular session telling cultural tales of the moon through shaddow puppetry. Students will be introduced to some scientific vocabulary associatred with light and shaddows and play with shaddows by making their own mini shaddow puppet theatre and puppets to take home.
Moonlit seas - KS2
Come on board for some special ocean-themed workshops exploring the moon's role in maintaining life in our oceans and human efforts to protect and conserve ocean life. Aimed at key stage 2 students, this session will introduce scientific research helping to conserve coral, followed by a creative session making sea creature puppets that can be used to for drama and role-plays about protecting our oceans.
Experience Easter 2024 - dates coming soon
10.30-12.00 or 13.00-14.15
Easter Explorers - KS1 and KS2
An interactive re-telling of the Easter Story with music, reflection, Q&A and craft. Suitable for primary KS1 and KS2.
Behind the scenes at Lent - KS1 and KS2
Meet our Head Verger to discover how we prepare our beautiful Cathedral for Lent and Easter worship. Explore Lent symbolism - from vestaments and altar coverings to thorn crowns and flowers . Priority is given to Southwark diocesan Church of England Schools. The session includes a simple re-telling of the Easter story and some Easter take-away craft.
Symbols of Easter - KS3 and GCSE
An special, seasonal guided trail exploring features of the Cathedral and Christian worship in the context of the Easter story signifibringing to life its significance for Christians today.