Manchester Jewish Museum and Manchester Cathedral can offer your pupils a unique day of exploration and discovery in two of Manchester’s most beautiful religious buildings.
By the end of the session pupils will be able to answer the following questions:
- What happens in a synagogue and a church?
- How do Jewish people and Christian people pray?
- What stories are in the Torah and the Bible?
By the end of the session pupils will have developed the following skills:
- Explain and communicate concepts, rituals and practices.
- See the world through the eyes of others and appreciate issues from their point of view.
- Apply what has been learnt from a religion to a new situation.
- Interpret and draw meaning from stories.
This session can be delivered to groups from KS1-KS4 and to post 16 students.
This is a full day session.
10.00 11.30 Manchester Cathedral Session
11.45 12.15 Use of Cathedral Lunch Area
12.30 2.30 Manchester Jewish Museum Session
£7 (including VAT) per pupil
Free for accompanying adults
A non-returnable £10 admin fee is required.
Size of Group
Key Stage 1/2 – Maximum of 40 pupils in group
Key Stage 3 – Maximum of 40 pupils in group
Key Stage 4 – Maximum of 60 pupils in group
Bookings are subject to availability. To avoid disappointment, we suggest booking 4 weeks in advance where possible.
Please note this session is available Mon-Wednesday only.
Book a Session
To find out about availability or to book this session please contact Andrea Donner (Learning Officer) on 0161 830 1433 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.