School Religious Studies Trip to London

A visit to London offers immense value to Religious Studies students. Our itineraries can be tailored to groups’ requirements allowing students to see diversity of worship and investigate differing impacts of Religious beliefs. Explore topics including The Holocaust, Faith, Martyrdom and Jihad further via a choice of visits, workshops and guided walking tours.

Study themes: Christianity, Judaism, Hinduism, Religion and Prejudice

Day 1

Travel by coach

to London

Guided tour of Westminster Abbey

and Museum and sightseeing

around Houses of Parliament



Day 2

Guided walking tour of

London - Faith, Martyrdom

and Jihad in the City

Visit St Paul's Cathedral and St.

Martin's in the Field



Day 3

Imperial War Museum

Holocaust Exhibition

Return travel to school by coach  

This price includes:

  • Return executive coach travel (TV/DVD/WC/seatbelts)
  • Accommodation for 2 nights half board (breakfast and evening meal)
  • Free staff ratio 1:8
  • Detailed Final Itinerary Pack with relevant maps and visit confirmations
  • Travel and medical insurance including I.P.T.
  • VAT at current rates to tour operators 
  • Free itinerary planning service
  • Access to the Vamoos App, to download all tour related travel documents.
N.B. Activities listed in the itinerary are not neccessarily included in the price. Contact us for further information.

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Manor Park Primary School
Westminster Abbey

Westminster Abbey

With a rich tradition of Christian worship and over a thousand years of history, pupils will be inspired by a visit to Westminster Abbey. The Education Department offers a varied programme of events throughout the year designed to enhance the learning of pupils of all ages.Based in the brand-new Education Centre, opened in May 2010, schools have access to an inspiring building at the heart of our ...

Square Route Walks

Square Route Walks

Square Route Walks offer guided walks with the following themes:World War I and II in the City of LondonMediaeval City of LondonRoman City of LondonA General History from AD37 to Modern timesLaw and Order in LondonFaith, Martyrdom and Jihad in the CityCity of London ChurchesPublic Healthcare in the City

Imperial War Museum London

Imperial War Museum London

Through its exhibitions, collections and varied programme, Imperial War Museum London offers a stimulating and memorable learning experience. Our Learning team offers a rich educational programme to support the National Curriculum from KS1 to AS/A2 levels. The Museum has historical displays on the two world wars and post-war conflicts, a major exhibition on the Holocaust, art galleries and a range...

St Martin in the Fields

St Martin in the Fields

Located in Trafalgar Square, in the heart of London, is one of the most famous churches for concerts and recitals, that has been at the heart of making music for over 250 years. Handel, Mozart performed their greatest pieces here. Lunchtime recital only possible. Please do request this venue at least 6 months in advance

YHA London Thameside

YHA Rotherhithe is a modern hostel situated just south of the River Thames in the Docklands area of central London. Offering 320 beds in a range of guestrooms, from twins to 10-bedded rooms, all with private bathroom facilities, your purpose-built hostel can provide breakfast, a picnic lunch and evening meals.

Alongside the self-catering kitchen at YHA Rotherhithe, you will also find a laundry room, TV lounge, reference library and book exchange, as well as Internet access.

Rotherhithe YHA offers cycle storage, luggage storage, coin and card payphones and facilities for wheelchair users, including disabled transport information.

Groups staying at Rotherhithe YHA can enjoy a disco and karaoke if booked in advance, or you could hop on the tube and travel into the heart of the capital from your location in Rotherhithe. This area was chosen as the birthplace for Gulliver (of Gulliver Travels) by Jonathan Swift and Henry IV also lived in the area of Rotherhithe.

Safestay Hostel

Safestay at Elephant & Castle is housed in a beautiful 18th century Georgian building, located just south of the river Thames in London. It was converted into a hostel in 2011.

The hostel is used to welcoming school and sports groups. Students will generally be accommodated in 4-8 bedded rooms and adults in twins, all with ensuite facilities. Rooms also have lockers and may have a TV too.

A continental breakfast will be provided every morning, but the evening meal will be taken in one of a number of local restaurants.

Among its other amenities, the hostel offers free WiFi in the communal area, a laundry room, free luggage storage, a walled garden, games room and a library. There is also a licensed bar for group leaders to relax in at the end of the day.

Quality Hotel Wembley

The 3* Quality Hotel Wembley is a great base for those wishing to explore London. Located next to Wembley stadium, the hotel offers comfortable accommodation with several amenities to suit groups.

The 165 rooms all feature an en-suite and air-conditioning, as well as satellite TV, direct telephone, hairdryer, safe, and tea & coffee making facilities. Students will be accommodated in multi rooms, with staff in twins or singles.

The hotel boasts a sports bar and snack bar. There is a restaurant serving international à la carte cuisine on site too. For groups there is a business center and meeting/ banquet facilities.

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