Fit for a Queen (KS1 & 2)
Enjoy an audience with Queen Elizabeth I in this costumed interpreter led sessions her first throne room. From food to laundry, dress to décor, lend a hand to ensure the Charterhouse is fit for a Queen.
The Black Death (KS2)
Explore the consequences of the Black Death at one of London’s only surviving plague pits. Discover causes, ‘cures’ and consequences in this exciting new session.
Hands on Tudors (KS2)
Explore the impact of the reformation in this dual site session at the Charterhouse and Museum of London. Handle objects, try on clothing and immerse yourself in everyday Tudor life.
SECONDARY (KS3 & KS4)
Examine the impact of the English Reformation on the lives of those at the Charterhouse before debating the arguments at the Museum of London in this dual site session.
Bring Out Your Dead
Investigate the Black Death in this dual site session at the Charterhouse and London Metropolitan Archives.
People and Protest
Compare medieval protest in relation to the dissolution of the monasteries before staging an onsite protest linked to a contemporary issue of your choice.
Through speaking and listening, our varied sessions help develop pupils' confidence in questioning, inquiring and debating.
Our historic building was once home to a community of Carthusian monks and students can explore the remains of our medieval cloister to hear about life in monastic times.
The Charterhouse dates back to 1348 and the deadly bubonic plague, visit the site of one of London's largest plague burial grounds and learn all about medieval life...and death!
From monastery to mansion, King Henry VIII reformed our religious buildings overturning our medieval dwellings and transforming the site into a seat of power. Discover our Tudor Tales in our remarkable Grade II listed mansion.
We can accommodate one class of up to 35 students.
Yes, we have a brand new state of the art learning centre with interactive touchscreen and full classroom facilities.
Yes. The Charterhouse is fully accessible.
Yes. We are delighted to welcome SEND groups for individual visits. Alongside this, we run longer term engagement work with SEND schools in the form of bespoke projects connected to our rich history.
In January 2017, we opened our doors to the public for the first time in our 660-year history as part of the Revealing the Charterhouse project. Working in partnership with the Museum of London, our remarkable site now houses a brand-new museum, public square and the Sir John Cass’s Foundation Learning Centre.
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