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KS3 & 4

Key Stage 3 and 4


RE Options:
 

Christian Place of Worship and Beliefs

A typical short KS3 visit might consist of an in-depth tour and talk, with time for questions. The Tour might be ‘Place of Worship’ only.
For a longer visit, the Christian Place of Worship Tour may be paired with the Candlelit Cell
experience, Art, Drama, and/or a Heritage Tour.

Talk:
A Living Cathedral
(wide overview of its purpose and uses, its worship, its history, its features, its
community and its place within the City.

Art:
Observational drawing.
Art Workshops with an artist (possibly in the context of a Cathedral Art Exhibition).

Candlelit Cell:
exploring the enduring spiritual heritage of an earlier age

Creative Writing:
An opportunity to reflect, record and imagine

Drama:
Crucifixion and Resurrection

Local History Tour:
How a key buildng reflects the changes and influences in society at large.

KS3 and 4 Optional Study Units and Post 16:
Visits are tailor made to your needs and are booked and planned with the Cathedral’s Education Adviser, who has access to a wide range of external specialists who can lead workshops and seminars.

Post 16:

The Cathedral regulary hosts groups of visitors from colleges for tailor made visits, talks and tours. Groups include ESOL, overseas visitors with an interest in English culture and language improvement; young adults with special needs; young adults in preparation for employment; special interest groups such as A level Art or RE; students on courses such as, Art or Educational Studies or PGCE.
As with Key Stages 3 and 4, the Cathedral’s Education Officer has access to a wide range of external specialists who can lead workshops and seminars. Quiet days can also be arranged for youth leaders etc.

 


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