Originating from a Benedictine foundation, Canterbury Cathedral has been a seat of learning since the Middle Ages. It continues to inspire young and old and we offer a wide range of formal and informal learning programmes, from curriculum linked tours for visiting schools to apprenticeships, visits to our Archives & Library and family activities.
Every year, we welcome more than 100,000 primary and secondary pupils from all over the world and our dedicated Schools Department offers a wide range of facilities to visiting schools, from guided tours and costumed trails to hands-on sessions in the project room.read more »
Canterbury Cathedral is often described as England in stone, and, as such, is ideal for foreign students as students will learn about the Cathedral's rich history, as well as improve their language skills with our EFL questionnaire and other facilities.read more »
The Cathedral is a rich resource for students in subjects such as architecture, conservation, literature, music and of course religion. Staff will be pleased to discuss special requirements and discuss available facilities and resources.read more »
The Cathedral offers regular courses for Anglican bishops, seminarians and the newly ordained from all over the world. These courses offer a unique opportunity for Anglicans to meet, pray and study while sharing the spiritual riches of their Mother Church.read more »