The Cathedral provides wonderful resources to discover and inspire students - with works of art such as the 12th century Lazarus reliefs as well as more contemporary work by John Piper, Hans Feibusch, Graham Sutherland and Marc Chagall – as well as many other beautiful examples of stained glass, decorative stone and wood carvings, forged metalwork and textiles from each century of the Cathedral’s history. There are many ways for students to explore and engage.
We can tailor the tours to suit your groups or choose from popular themes below. Guided tours are 50 minutes and cost £3.00 per student.
Art in a Religious Context
Hidden Art Treasures that are found in the Cathedral
Commissioning a Work of Art
20th Century Art and the Patronage of Dean Hussey
We can support your Arts Award project as a supporter organisation.
Get in touch with firstname.lastname@example.org to find out about our exciting pilot project with The Waterloo School and how we can support you to get creative, through this national accreditation scheme.
To make the Cathedral as accessible as possible to young people, we offer cross-curricular and creative study days that involve hands-on and enquiry-based learning.
Textiles and Print Study Day (KS4-5)
Photography and Sacred Space Study Day (KS3-5)