Welcome to Coventry Cathedral’s Schools Team pages.
Come and investigate a site rich in history and art and find out why one teacher called it “top of my list of places to visit”.
The Cathedral Schools Team is dedicated to making each visit both memorable and educational for every student. Take a look at our School Tours Programme to start planning your own experience. We offer a variety of tours and workshops for primary and secondary pupils that have been designed around the national curriculum, or we can tailor make a visit to suit you.
We are also continuing to expand our very popular Early Years Foundation Stage Cathedral Workshops.
For more information and workshop bookings contact:
Click here to book your class or year group in today.
The Cathedral Schools Team work closely with the Diocesan Education Department.
We are experienced teachers, children’s workers and long-established Cathedral guides who all have enhanced CRB clearance. We provide Teachers’ resources and Pupil resources you can download for FREE and packs you can purchase to enhance your pupils’ visit.
Events for Schools
Don’t miss out on our events programme that runs throughout the school year.
September and October
Sir Jacob’s Epstein Sculpture & The Sutherland Tapestry Art Weeks (Key Stage 2 & 3)
Phoenix Messy Art Weeks (Key Stage 2, 3 & 4) / Explore the Cathedral’s stained glass
Blitz Event – Question characters from the Coventry Blitz, explore WW II artefacts and become an evacuee
Christingle Event– for all schools in Coventry and Warwickshire, it’s your time to shine and get into the Christmas mood and learn about the different elements of the Christingle.
Pi Day– come and find out how irrational Pi is and celebrate Einstein’s birthday
Easter Experience – Hour long sessions take students along the Easter journey, starting at Lent and going all the way to Easter day. Students will be able to work through a series of activities that enable them to deepen their knowledge and understanding of the Easter story.
We recognise our legal duty to safeguard children and protect them from ‘significant harm’. A copy of our Safeguarding Policy can be found here.