Tudors at the Charterhouse
School Trips @ The Charterhouse
Our inspiring schools programme offers wonderful opportunities for pupils of all ages. Developed in consultation with the Museum of London, we offer a host of activities in our uniquely historical setting. We provide a range of workshops for Primary, Secondary and A Level pupils involving a guided tour and creative workshop. All sessions pivot on the History curriculum but incorporate a cross-curricular approach with themes linked to Art, English and Religious Education.
Why book The Charterhouse for School Trips and Educational Visits?
Take part in a unique dual-site session led by the Charterhouse and Museum of London.
Visit the Charterhouse to experience a grand Tudor mansion in the heart of London. Visit our historic Norfolk Cloister and hear the devastatingly gruesome story of our Catholic martyrs. Take in our changing architecture, from medieval cloisters to grand Tudor chambers and halls and bring the English Reformation to striking life. Enjoy an object handling session in utilising objects from the Museum of London's inspiring learning collection, and highlighting a diverse range of objects from the Tudor period. Then, at the Museum of London, enjoy audience with Henry VIII himself as you explore the issues surrounding Henry VIII’s break with the Church.
Which Curriculum Subjects do you cater for?
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.
What activities are available during group visits?
Tour of a surviving Carthusian monastery and subsequent Tudor mansion.
Object handling session with Tudor objects from the Museum of London's learning collection.
Costumed-interpreter led activity at the Museum of London exploring the issues surrounding the English Reformation via drama, debate and discussion.
What size groups do you cater for?
We can accommodate two classes of up to 35 pupils per day.
Do you offer on-site classroom facilities?
Yes, both the Charterhouse and Museum of London have fully equipped learning centres with classroom facilities.
Is there first aid on site?
Do you offer access for visitors with disabilities?
Yes, both the Charterhouse and Museum of London are fully accessible.
Do you cater for visitors with Special Educational Needs (SEN)?
Yes, both the Charterhouse and Museum of London are delighted to welcome SEND groups for individual visits.
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