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Terms & Conditions

Educational groups eligible for free entry

English Heritage offers free education visits at English Heritage sites to a wide range of learners. To qualify the visit must (a) be booked at least 7 days in advance, (b) include clearly defined learning objectives, planned and structured learning activities and (c) be led by the group leader. Bookings for Discovery Visits must be made at least 14 days in advance. All bookings are subject to availability. The following learning groups are entitled to free entry at all English Heritage sites:

  • Formal education groups including schools, colleges of further and higher education and universities, including overseas formal education groups;
  • Lifelong learner groups including the Workers’ Educational Association, University of the Third Age and local authority classes;
  • Organised youth education groups including Scouts, Cubs, Guides, Brownies and similar youth groups such as the Young Archaeologists’ Club;
  • Groups of children, youths or adults with special learning needs or disabilities, gifted and talented children, mentoring services attached to a formal learning organisation (please let us know of any specific needs or ways that we could make your visit more effective when booking);
  • Home educators who are members of an umbrella group and other home educator groups at our discretion; and
  • National Trust Learning Group members.

Groups not eligible for free entry

Any groups that arrange visits through a commercial operator or do not meet the criteria outlined above will not be eligible for free entry, including but not limited to:

  • Tour and coach operators;
  • Organisers of study holidays or summer schools arranged on a commercial basis between educational organisations, universities and holiday organisations;
  • Third parties who profit from organising visits for education groups;
  • Organisations bringing groups of adults on leisure visits, such as Women’s Institutes, local amenity groups and student societies;
  • Groups wishing to use outside providers such as tour guides, artists and theatre groups;
  • English as a Foreign Language (EFL) groups and language schools;
  • Child-minding services and holiday clubs and camps;

Groups of 11 or more visitors who are paying together but do not qualify for a free educational visits are eligible for a 15% discount on entry (10% at Stonehenge) - English Heritage members, coach drivers and tour guides do not count towards the group total. Each coach is entitled to free entry for one tour guide and the coach driver. Group bookings information can be found on: Click here.

The free education visits entry scheme does not cover entry on bank holiday weekends, public holidays or to additional fee paying public events at English Heritage sites.

If you are unsure if your group qualifies for a free educational visit under these terms and conditions or you have any further queries, please contact the Education Bookings Team on 0370 333 0606 or email: bookeducation@english-heritage.org.uk

Group leader responsibilities

  • You must book any standard free educational visit at least 7 days in advance and book 14 days in advance for Discovery Visits.
  • Bookings must contain the contact details of the person who will be leading the group on the day of the visit. We are not able to accept bookings from commercial tour operators, language schools or similar groups booking on behalf of schools.
  • It is the responsibility of all group leaders to complete the risk assessment for their group, Free planning visits once bookings are confirmed and online Hazard Information Sheets and Organiser Packs are available to assist with this requirement.
  • It is recommended that the group leader undertake a free pre-planning visit to familiarise themselves with site.
  • Have clear learning objectives related to the site being visited and planned learning activities for the visit.
  • Please arrive on time. Contact the Education Bookings Team on 0370 333 0606 or email bookeducation@english-heritage.org.uk if you need to change the time of arrival, cancel the visit or if you are unavoidably delayed. In the case of a delayed arrival you can also contact the site directly; you will find their number at the top of your Visit Permit.
  • The education visit permit must be presented upon arrival at the site
  • You must take full responsibility for the behaviour and welfare of the group for the duration of the visit. All signage and safety warnings on the property must be obeyed, site staff should be treated with respect and any requests they make acted upon appropriately.
  • Groups must have adequate adult supervision on site at all times. Some sites have additional supervision ratios and/or capacity limitations within certain buildings and areas around the site; these will be outlined in your booking information and must be adhered to at all times. This is to ensure compliance with health and safety guidelines and for the enjoyment of all visitors to our sites. Please inform the Education Bookings Team at least a week prior to your visit if you intend to bring more adults than you originally booked for. If you do not, any additional adults may be required to pay the entrance fee.
  • You must meet the following ratios of leaders to learners:
    Year 2 and under......................................................1 leader for every 6 students (1:6)
    Years 3 to 5..................................................................1 leader for every 8 students (1:8)
    Years 6 and over (up to the age of 18)...1 leader for every 15 students (1:15)
    For an adult learning group, there are no ratios but there must be an appointed group leader.

Cancellations

In the event of severe weather conditions it is possible that sites may have to close at short notice for public safety; please contact the site or check the English Heritage website before travelling.

If you need to cancel your visit, please contact the Education Bookings Team on 0370 333 0606 or email bookeducation@english-heritage.org.uk. Full costs will be charged for Discovery Visits if cancelled less than two weeks before the intended visit.

Other terms and conditions

  • By booking a free educational visit you agree to accept these terms and conditions of entry.
  • You may be asked to supply proof of status and details of the organisation you belong to or the educational work planned on site.
  • If we believe for any reason that a booking has been made in breach of these terms and conditions we reserve the right in our absolute discretion to refuse free admittance and charge the standard full entry price.
  • These terms and conditions and all disputes or claims arising out of or in connection with the same shall be governed by and construed in accordance with the law of England.

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ResourceCostDescriptionKeyStage(s)
Conquest Tour and Tales£100.00Meet an Anglo-Saxon story-teller and hear tales of Norman power and English rebellion. Be taken to the battlefield and listen to how the dramatic events of 14 October 1066 had such an impact on England.

Monday to Friday (April – October) during term time, subject to availability.

30 students per session.
Key Stage 2 (8-11 yrs), Key Stage 3 (12-14 yrs)
Waiting on Hand and Foot£100.00Can you pass the finger-nail inspection? Enter the world of the downstairs brigade in this stunning, fully-equipped historic setting and discover what life was like for the servants at Osborne House in the 1870s. Housekeeper Mrs Pilkington talks about domestic life below-stairs and introduces hands-on role-play activities. Learn to set the table, black boots, clean the brasses and beat the rugs. Simple costumes provided.

Tues-Thurs May 10th-July 7th, subject to availability.

40 students per session.
Key Stage 2 (8-11 yrs)
In the Footsteps of Kings£100.00Find out why Portchester was built, and how it was defended, the hierarchy of a medieval castle and how kings enjoyed themselves! Pupils will be able to dress up and take on the roles of some of those who lived and worked at the castle. Which pupil will get the role of the gong farmer?

Monday - Friday from April - October and Mondays and Fridays in November and March, subject to availability.

35 students per session.
Key Stage 1 (5-7 yrs), Key Stage 2 (8-11 yrs), Key Stage 3 (12-14 yrs)
Life in a Castle£100.00A guided session which explores the features of the castle and how the buildings were used by the people who lived there.

Mon-Fri during term time, subject to availability.

35 students per session.
Key Stage 1 (5-7 yrs)
Meet a Roman Soldier£125.00Discover what life was like for a Roman soldier stationed at Housesteads and meet Roman Veteran Rufus Aelius Victor. Students will also be given the opportunity to ask Rufus questions, dress in costume, train as a recruit in an auxiliary unit, explore the site and handle both real and replica Roman artefacts.

Tues-Weds during term time, subject to availability.

30 students per session.
Key Stage 2 (8-11 yrs), Key Stage 3 (12-14 yrs)
Meet the Medievals£100.00Explore the lives of the people who lived and worked here. Pupils will enjoy investigating artefacts from the past, to discover what life was like in a medieval castle.

Mon-Fri during term time, subject to availability.

30 students per session.
Key Stage 1 (5-7 yrs), Key Stage 2 (8-11 yrs), Key Stage 3 (12-14 yrs)
Romans at Wroxeter£100.00A guided session with a costumed interpreter exploring the remains of Viriconium and how the site was used by the people who lived there. The interactive tour takes in the museum and remains of the Roman baths, where students take part in the daily tasks of Roman citizens.

Mon-Fri during term time, subject to availability.

35 students per session.
Key Stage 2 (8-11 yrs)
Knights, Feasts and Garderobes£100.00What was life like for the lords and ladies and those who served them? Find out on an interactive tour of the Great Tower at Dover Castle, including lessons on courtly language and behaviour, role play and object handling.

Tuesday (April to October) during term time, subject to availability.

30 students per session.
Key Stage 1 (5-7 yrs), Key Stage 2 (8-11 yrs), Key Stage 3 (12-14 yrs)
Discovery Visit TimeslotFREEThese sessions have a charge of £100 for a maximum of 35 students per session and are available to UK schools only.

They are offered Tuesday-Thursday during term time, sessions are subject to availability.

Choose from four options, these are: Neolithic Life, Stones and Bones, Myths & Legends and Business of Heritage and Tourism.

Please specify in the booking notes which of these session you would like. For more information about the session please see the Stonehenge school visits web page.
Key Stage 1 (5-7 yrs), Key Stage 2 (8-11 yrs), Key Stage 3 (12-14 yrs), Key Stage 4 (14-16 yrs)
Living in a Medieval Castle£100.00A guided session which uses artefact investigation and role-play to explore the people who lived and worked in the castle.

Mon-Fri during term time, subject to availability.

35 students per session.
Key Stage 1 (5-7 yrs), Key Stage 2 (8-11 yrs), Key Stage 3 (12-14 yrs)
Victorian Explorer £100.00Using the Swiss Cottage Museum collection for inspiration, pupils become story-tellers writing their own tales of Victorian explorers and collectors and the weird and wonderful treasure they found while travelling the world.

Mon-Fri during term time, subject to availability.

30 students per session.
Key Stage 2 (8-11 yrs), Key Stage 3 (12-14 yrs)
Beeston Castle Discovery VisitFREEBeeston Castle Discovery Visit - These sessions have a charge of £100 for a maximum of 35 students per session.

They are offered Monday to Friday during term time, sessions are subject to availability.

Choose from two options, these are: Fortress Castle (KS1/2) and Prehistoric Settlers At Beeston (KS2/3).

Please specify in the booking notes which of these sessions you would like to book. For more information about the sessions please see the Beeston Castle school visits web page.
Key Stage 1 (5-7 yrs), Key Stage 2 (8-11 yrs), Key Stage 3 (12-14 yrs)
Hot War Cold War£100.00An immersive guided tour experience exploring the impact of the Cold War on a national and local level. Find out how volunteers from the Royal Observer Corps lived and worked in this fascinating place and handle some of the objects they would have used on a daily basis to help them identify a nuclear threat.

Mon-Fri during term time, subject to availability.

20 per session, including leaders.
Key Stage 2 (8-11 yrs), Key Stage 3 (12-14 yrs), 16-18 yrs School/College, Key Stage 4 (14-16 yrs), Higher Education
From Tree to Bobbin£50.00Students can see the journey from tree to bobbin first hand during production on the original belt driven machinery.

Wednesday to Thursday (April to October), subject to availability.

3 Leaders and 17 Learners per session.
Key Stage 1 (5-7 yrs), Key Stage 2 (8-11 yrs), Key Stage 3 (12-14 yrs)
Royals, Resistance & Rebellion£100.00By participating in an interactive expert-led tour and investigating different areas of the castle, students will understand castle life at Scarborough, including the long history of attack and defence. Students will learn the important features of Scarborough Castle and consider different attack/defence strategies adopted through the centuries. Students will learn why this is such a good place to build a castle and understand what made Scarborough one of the greatest defensive strongholds in the country.

Mon-Fri during term time, Fridays Nov-March. Sessions are subject to availability.

30 students per session.
Key Stage 1 (5-7 yrs), Key Stage 2 (8-11 yrs), Key Stage 3 (12-14 yrs)
Enemies on the Horizon£100.00This interactive guided tour explores the importance of Pendennis Castle in defending Cornwall from foreign attack over the last 400 years. Your class will explore the site and use role play to consider how defences and weaponry have developed over time and what life was like for those working here, from a Tudor gunner in Henry VIII’s Gun Tower to a Second World War officer in the Battery Observation Post.

Mon-Fri during term time, subject to availability.

30 students per session.
Key Stage 2 (8-11 yrs)
Feast! A Day in the Life£100.00This hands-on guided session around the castle uses imaginative role play to help your students understand who might have lived and worked at Goodrich Castle in the 13th century and to explore the similarities and differences with our lives today.

Mon-Fri during term time, subject to availability.

30 students per session.
Key Stage 1 (5-7 yrs), Key Stage 2 (8-11 yrs)
Medieval Castle Quest£100.00Investigate Kenilworth Castle’s medieval architecture and learn about the history of attack and defence at medieval Kenilworth. Your students will take part in an interactive tour and hands-on activities, exploring the defensive architecture and tactics of the medieval period.

Mondays and Wednesdays-Fridays during term time, subject to availability.

35 maximum students per session.
Key Stage 1 (5-7 yrs), Key Stage 2 (8-11 yrs)
Monks, Monasteries and Medieval Life£100.00Discover why Whitby Abbey was founded here and how it has changed through time. On an interactive expert-led tour, your class will investigate evidence of the Anglo-Saxon monastery, learn about what archaeological techniques can tell us about the past, and explore what life was like in the later Benedictine monastery, imagining what it was like to be a monk.

Mondays-Fridays during term time, subject to availability. Please ask for availability over winter (Nov-Mar)

30 students maximum per session.
Key Stage 2 (8-11 yrs)
1066 GCSE Tour£100.00Take part in an expert-led tour of the 1066 Battlefield. Students will consider the events, tactics and consequences of the Battle of Hastings from both sides, using carvings and landscape to put this into context.

Thursdays (February – October) during term time, subject to availability.

30 students per session.
Year 10, Year 11, Key Stage 4 (14-16 yrs)
GCSE Tour AQA£100.00This expert-led tour of Kenilworth Castle is designed to support GCSE groups learning about Elizabethan England, particularly the AQA exam module ‘Elizabethan England, c1568-1603’. Through engaging discussion and activity, students will explore key aspects of Elizabeth I’s reign, as well as the location, function, structure and design of Kenilworth Castle. Later tour times available during the summer term, please enquire for more details.

Availability: April to October: Monday to Friday November to March: Thursday and Friday

30 students per session
Key Stage 4 (14-16 yrs)
GCSE Tour OCR£100.00Developed to support your study of the historic environment for GCSE History, this castle tour meets aspects of the requirements for OCR History A or B. Explore the architecture and discover what different parts of the site reveal about changing needs and attitudes from the 12th to the 16th century.

Availability: April to October: Monday to Friday November to March: Thursday and Friday

30 students per session
Key Stage 4 (14-16 yrs)
History and Landscape at Marble Hill£100.00Take your students back in time to the Georgian period and set the scene in Richmond, next to the Thames. In part 1 of the workshop, students will explore the landscape of Marble Hill House, with an outside tour of the grounds. Students will learn about the remarkable Henrietta through art, language and role-play. In part 2 students will take a short walk to our neighbours, Orleans House Gallery, where they will create a clay tile inspired by their learning of Henrietta and her life.

Subject to availability.

30 students per session.
Key Stage 2 (8-11 yrs)
Water, Wells and Donkeys£100.00Through role play, mini games and sensory exploration, your class will travel back into the past to explore how the community at Carisbrooke Castle survived during a siege and how the treadwheel in the well house was powered. They will also discover the role of the donkeys at the castle, both in the past and today. By the end of the session, you will see the treadwheel in action, create a working wheel-operated model and meet and greet one of our resident donkeys. This session is particularly suitable for SEND groups so please let us know your requirements when making your booking.

Monday – Friday, Term Time subject to availability.

30 students per session.
Year 1, Year 2, Year 3, Year 4, Year 5, Year 6, Key Stage 1 (5-7 yrs), Key Stage 2 (8-11 yrs)
BackpacksFREESelection of activities designed to help groups to explore and identify the trees on-site.

Mon-Fri during term time, subject to availability.
 
BackpacksFREE15 backpacks with individual characters to help discover the people who lived and worked at Old Sarum. Each bag contains a character card, map, handling objects and activities for different periods of history.

Mon-Fri during term time, subject to availability.
Key Stage 1 (5-7 yrs), Key Stage 2 (8-11 yrs), Key Stage 3 (12-14 yrs)
Education Room 1FREEThe Education Room provides a secure area for bag storage during your Free Education Visit.

April-October during term time, subject to availability.
 
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Education Room 1FREEThe Education Room provides a secure area for bag storage during your Free Education Visit.

April-October during term time, subject to availability.
 
Handling CollectionFREERoman Handling Collection containing a selection of real and replica objects with supporting notes for teachers.

Mon-Fri during term time, subject to availability.
 
Handling CollectionFREEA collection of Tudor period objects with information notes; replica objects, replica costume pieces and examples of games dating from the Tudor period.

Mon-Fri during term time, subject to availability.
 
Costume CollectionFREEA set of 30 Benedictine monk robes.

Mon-Fri during term time, subject to availability.
Key Stage 2 (8-11 yrs), Key Stage 3 (12-14 yrs)
Castles - Attack and DefenceFREEInformation cards and activity ideas for exploring how castles were attacked and how they were defended, illustrating some of the weapons and tactics used.

Mon-Fri during term time, subject to availability.
 
Castles - Medieval Character CardsFREECharacter descriptions and activity ideas to help students learn about who lived and worked in the castle, what their job was and how they contributed to castle life.

Mon-Fri during term time, subject to availability.
 
Castles - Show Down vs Show OffFREEA worksheet based activity examining why castles were built and providing information on the features of a castle which indicate what it was used for - defence or show.

Mon-Fri during term time, subject to availability.
 
Roman Tiling ActivityFREEBoxes of coloured tesserae and boards on which groups can construct their own mosaics.

Mon-Fri during term time, subject to availability.
 
Visitor CentreFREETraditional Building Materials and Techniques exhibition; wall panels which explain various traditional methods of construction, including sample pieces.

Mon-Fri during term time, subject to availability.

15 students at a time.
 
Girlguiding Bedfordshire Quest BadgeFREEGirlguiding units in the county of Bedfordshire can take part in two self-led activities in order to earn a ‘Wrest Park Quest’ badge. There is a self-led quest around the park, which has downloadable worksheets for Rainbows, Brownies and Guides. There is also a self-directed eco pot making activity, with supplied instructions. Brownies, Girl Guides
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English Heritage Education required ratios:

  • Years 1 and 2 (Ages 5 to 7), one leader for every six students (1:6)
  • Years 3 to 5 (Ages 7 to 10), one leader for every eight students (1:8)
  • Years 6 and over (Ages 10 to 18), one leader for every fifteen students (1:15)
  • For an adult learning group, there are no ratios but there must be an appointed leader
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Update on Education Bookings – Important Information

Education bookings are reopening from 31 August and you’ll be able to make provisional bookings for visits from September 2020 to March 2021. Please be aware that it may take us a little longer than usual to come back to you as we continue to review and update our offer.

We’ve introduced a range of hygiene and social distancing measures to keep all our visitors safe, and although things might be a little different when you visit, you’ll still be able to enjoy exploring the places where history happened with your class.

Please note the following important information ahead of your trip:

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