London as our Classroom

Without doubt, London is one of the most amazing cities

At every turn, it offers captivating history, dynamic diversity, world-leading culture and art, and glorious green spaces.

As a school, we ensure that our students enjoy and learn from all the rich resources available to them in London and the home counties. This includes organising visits to museums, art galleries, historic buildings, theatres, concerts, student conferences, parks, woodlands and nature centres to study wildlife.

At our Westminster campus the visits are often linked to the interdisciplinary units to enhance student learning.

Some of the places our students have visited over the past few years:
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Art Galleries

  • National Gallery
  • National Portrait Gallery
  • Tate Britain
  • Tate Modern
  • Hayward Gallery
  • Serpentine Gallery
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    Museums

  • British Museum
  • Design Museum
  • Imperial War Museum
  • London Transport Museum
  • Museum of Brands
  • Museum of London
  • National Army Museum
  • National Maritime Museum
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    Theatres

  • Bloomsbury Theatre
  • Garrick Theatre
  • Globe Theatre
  • Little Angel Theatre
  • Lyric Theatre
  • Roundhouse Theatre
  • Royal Albert Hall
  • The O2
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    Historical Buildings and Areas

  • Brick Lane
  • Greenwich Observatory
  • Hampton Court
  • Tower Bridge
  • Trafalgar Square
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    Religious Buildings

  • Brent Sikh Centre
  • Central London Mosque
  • Liberal Jewish Synagogue
  • Neasden Temple
  • St Paul’s Cathedral
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    Green Spaces

  • Gilwell Park, Epping Forest
  • Golders Hill Park
  • Hampstead Heath
  • Highgate Woods
  • Hyde Park
  • Kensington Gardens
  • Kew Gardens
  • Southbank International School