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Religious Studies Trips to London
London is one of the most culturally diverse cities in the world and as a result is a city where a number of different religions are practised daily. A visit to the capital presents your students with a unique opportunity to find out about religious practices, places of worship and gain a greater insight into the history and teachings of the different religions and theologies.
Religious buildings make up some of the city’s most recognisable landmarks, probably the most famous is St Paul’s Cathedral which runs curriculum linked workshops in RE and philosophy. London is also home to the largest Hindu templeoutside India at Neasden, and the London Central Mosque houses an exhibition, the first of its kind in the UK, which provides visitors with a visual journey through the Islamic faith.
Our sample itinerary provides you with an idea of the visits you can cover during your trip. We can tailor-make an itinerary to support your specific learning outcomes.
|1||Group Rail travel to London, drop bags at your accommodation||Take part in a workshop at St Paul's Cathedral||Dinner and trip on the London Eye|
|2||Visit the Holocaust Exhibition at Imperial War Museum||Visit the Neasden Temple||Return Group Rail Travel|
|Morning||Group Rail travel to London, drop bags at your accommodation|
|Afternoon||Take part in a workshop at St Paul's Cathedral|
|Evening||Dinner and trip on the London Eye|
|Morning||Visit the Holocaust Exhibition at Imperial War Museum|
|Afternoon||Visit the Neasden Temple|
|Evening||Return Group Rail Travel|
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Reasons to Visit
London Central Mosque & Islamic Cultural Centre
The tour will involve taking all the visitors to their Exhibition Centre where they have a plethora of topics for students and staff to engage with.
Southwark Cathedral Workshops
Southwark Cathedral Education Centre aims to bring learning to life. Using the Cathedral as an inspirational resource, they provide curriculum-linked trails and workshops for key stage 3-5 that are exciting, engaging and experiential.
Bevis Marks Synagogue
Visit the oldest and most splendid synagogue in Great Britain. See its architectural significance and take a look inside to see the influence of the impressive sister synagogue in Amsterdam become obvious.
St Paul's Cathedral
A guided visit encourages students to discover Christianity through Art & Design. It offers an interesting and inspiring opportunity to think about how beautiful objects and paintings can enhance sacred spaces and how they might help Christians to pray, worship and learn about the Bible.
The Neasden Temple, also known as Shri Swaminarayan Mandir, is the largest Hindu temple outside India. It welcomes students of all faiths and none. The temple houses a fascinating exhibition, acting as a museum of Hinduism presented through appealing visual effects, paintings, tableux and traditional craft work.
The Buddhapadipa Temple is a Buddhist monastery covering 4 acres and inlcudes an ornamental lake, a small grove, a flower garden and an orchad. The Uposatha or Shrine Hall of the temple is a holy place, which is the sacred house of all Buddhist activities and ceremonies such as Ordination. On the four interior walls are some masterpieces of typical Thai mural paintings to depict the Buddha's lifetime.
The Jewish Museum
The Jewish Museum is an amazing resource for school groups. As well as inspiring a sense of discovery and creativity, their wide-ranging, cross-curricular workshops encourage students of all backgrounds and faiths to explore Jewish culture, heritage and faith as part of the wider story of Britain. They have an extensive programme of workshops grouped into four categories: Discovering Judaism, Exploring History, Investigating the Holocaust and Revealing Arts.
Visitors of every faith and none are welcome to cross the threshold of this holy place to sense the presence of God.
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Queen Elizabeths Grammar School
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Kings Leadership Academy
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Sir John Deanes College
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