St Paul's Cathedral

St Paul’s Cathedral is more than a national icon. It embodies the spiritual life and heritage of the British people; it is the mother church for the Diocese of London, a symbol of resurrection and resilience, a place of worship where world-class music can be heard, a centre of art and learning and public debate, and a building whose stones are saturated with stories many of which are yet to be told.

Part of St Paul’s Cathedral’s vision is that all Londoners should feel that St Paul’s is their Cathedral and therefore, the Schools and Family Learning department aims to make sure that every young person, regardless of religious, social or economic background should have the opportunity to visit at least once.

With experienced Learning Coordinators and dedicated Learning Volunteers leading cross-curricular guided visits for all ages and abilities and across all the key stages, St Paul’s offers a variety of themed learning sessions, workshops, and self-guided trails in RE, Art, History, English, Maths, Science and more. There are learning opportunities for schools both on-site and through online resources delivering engaging and value for money activities and workshops.

Find out more at the St Paul's Cathedral website.