Why not download our Education Department's newsletter(s) and see what's happening ...
Ely Cathedral Safeguarding Policy for Children and Vulnerable Adults
Ely Cathedral is committed to safeguarding all those who attend the worship and other activities that we offer.
Ely Cathedral accepts the prime duty of care for children and vulnerable adults.
Ely Cathedral follows recommended safeguarding practice in recruiting, training and supporting our ordained and lay ministers, our employees and our volunteers.
We follow the House of Bishops' Policy, 'Protecting All God's Children' (2010) and the Diocese of Ely Safeguarding Policy (2012) on which our policy is based.
Ely Cathedral Safeguarding Policy for Children and Vulnerable Adults can be viewed below.
The Cathedral Safeguarding Officer is Jan Munt. She can be contacted at:Ely Cathedral Education and Conference Centre, Palace Green, Ely, Cambs. CB7 4EW. 01353 659668 gro/lardehtacyle//noitacude/lardehtac
Education Department 'Roadshow'
This is a new enterprise by the Cathedral Education Officer to help schools who, for reasons of cost or distance or curriculum constraints, are unable to bring their pupils on a visit to Ely Cathedral.
The object is to offer a half- day learning experience in your own school which gives a flavour of what a visit to the site would provide and might encourage the children to bring their parents on a visit to the building itself. Download further details ...
Planning or want to plan a school visit to the Cathedral? Download our Risk Assessment, Booking Forms and the Education Department's School Visits folder here ...
The Children's Trail Guide
A guide to Ely Cathedral for our younger visitors. Now available at the Cathedral admission desks. Photographed, designed and published by SDPD 01733 341181
CHILDREN'S TRAIL GUIDE sample