Originating from a Benedictine foundation, Canterbury Cathedral has been a seat of learning since the Middle Ages, and it continues to be a centre of excellence for learning and education.
We offer a wide range of formal and informal learning activities to inspire young and old, from curriculum linked activities for visiting schools to apprenticeships, access to the Archives & Library, Learning for All, student support and academic access. Read our Learning Policy 2017-2020.
We also have a range of learning resources including online resources for teachers, research facilities and professional development opportunities. Read our Arts Policy 2017-2020.
Several times each year, we welcome Anglican seminarians and newly-appointed bishops from all over the world for our residential courses and conferences.
To find our more about the Historic Collections, Conservation and Archives & Library, visit the Heritage pages.