London Central Mosque Trust & The Islamic Cultural Centre

 
      

29 May 2022

Educational Visits and Tours

Online Visit Booking Form >>

London Central Mosque & Islamic Culture Centre regularly host educational visits and tours for Primary, Secondary Schools, Colleges, Educational Institutes and Government organisations.

The visit normally starts with a tour of the facility. The Students are allowed to interact through Questions and Answers sessions which normally comes at the end or during the tour.

The experience of visiting a mosque can help students and visitors greatly to learn more about the Islamic faith.

Many Schools plan visits as part of their Religious Education curriculum and academics visit for historical and research purposes.

Over the years, we have managed to arrange hundreds of educational visits and tours.

School visits take approximately 60 mins depending on the number of pupils and the primary purpose of the visit.

We also provide bespoke service which suits the best to your needs.

To arrange a visit for your school please read the following frequently asked questions and then complete the online form. We aim to respond to your request within 72 hours.

Fee Structure:

Groups Size
upto 20
Groups Size
upto 30
Primary Years 1 - 4 £60 £60
Secondary Years 5 - 10 £60 £85
A Level/College Years 11 - 12 £80 £115
University £100 £140











 

Frequently Asked Questions

What days can schools visit London Central Mosque?
Monday to Thursday

What times can schools visit in the morning?
Visit Time Slot: 10.45am
Visit Time Slot: 12.00pm

What times can schools visit in the afternoon?
Visit Time Slot: 1.30pm
Visit Time Slot: 3.00pm

How many Students can visit at any given time?
30 Students but flexible. Please contact us in advance if more Students are expected.

How long is the school visit expected to last?
Approximately 60-minutes.

Who is the main point of contact at London Central Mosque for school visits?
Mr Peter Bennetts

How can a school visit be arranged?
Please complete the 'Online Booking Form' and we will respond within 72 hours. Please aim to contact us at least 2 weeks prior to any planned dates to visit.

What is the format of the school visit on the day?
*Visit coordinator will give a brief talk on Islam.
*Open Q&A session about Islam.
*Group tour of the Mosque including the permanent Exhibition on Islam.
*The visitor's book signed.

Is there a cost for school visits?
Please see the fee structure above.

Contact Information

If you have any further questions please contact Mr Peter Bennetts on visits@iccuk.org



 
 

Thank you so much for the visit. It was fantastic and the children really enjoyed it.

The visit to the London Central Mosque was the perfect complement to the studies on Islam. The children really liked learning about the Quran, the prayer and the history of Islam. They particularly enjoyed the visit to the prayer hall and witnessing the second prayer. Mr Bennetts encouraged curiosity and answered the children's questions clearly and he pitched the talk at a great level for the children. They really enjoyed it!

Thank you again and hope to see you next year!

Knightsbridge School

 

Just a quick note to thank you so much for such a wonderful, informative tour from which the children gained so much. It was so lovely to be back at Regent's Park Mosque.

Thank you for letting us use that lovely room for our base, just off the library. That worked so well. To see the midday prayers is always a highlight in the majestic prayer hall and the exhibition Islam.

Thank you Peter - you are a star - it was all terrific and tied in so much with their learning.

Take care and best wishes

Holmewood House School
Paul Morgan-Jones

 


The Oxford University PGCE course in Religious Education has used the educational resource centre of the Central London Mosque now for close on or even exceeding a decade and we have found always the visits to be an invaluable source of learning for all students.
They benefit hugely from Peters superbly insightful presentations of Islam and the openness with which Peter and all his staff deal with questions from our very theologically informed students. I cannot praise the value of the educational work of the Central London Mosque too highly.
It is especially important from the perspective of mutual cultural and religious understanding as well as academic knowledge, and experientially will serve students, as it does myself, their tutor, for a lifetime in the profession of teaching.

Oxford University
Liam Gearon

 

The London Central Mosque Trust Ltd.

Address: 146 Park Road, London, NW8 7RG United Kingdom

Tel 020 7724 3363 | Fax 020 7724 0493 | Web: www.iccuk.org | Email: info@iccuk.org

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