Fun Things To Do during the Summer Holidays?

Summer holidays are just around the corner and if you’re stuck for ideas we’ve come up with a compilation of fun things to do for both students and teachers. Interesting, educational and fun, enjoy your well earned break and enjoy the best of London in summer.

Panoramic views at Alexandra Palace

Alexandra Palace or the ‘Peoples Palace’ is the perfect place to spend a summer’s day in one of the most iconic locations in London featuring some of the best panoramic views to be had!  Enjoy a stroll around the 126 acre park, hop on a Segway or skate around the ice rink – there’s no shortage of activities for children and adults alike! Their summer festival  takes place of July 25th, it is a free event and features a exciting array of things to see, do, eat and play!

Alexandra Park - Fun in the sun for both students & teachers these school holidays! - World Class Teachers
Segway, skate, stroll or sail at Alexandra Palace.


Theatre As You Like It

Summer in London can sometimes feel like an enigma – goregeous one day and gone the next. Make the most of warmer weather (while we’ve got it) and enjoy the best of London theatre under the summer sky. Shakespeare’s Globe is one of the world’s most notorious theatres known for being home to where many of Shakespeare’s plays were first performed. Visiting this cultural landmark is a must and it is never more magical than in the summer air. Showing one of Shakespeare’s most loved comedies, As You Like It tells a tale of young love, betrayal, cross-dressing and forgiveness.  A lesson to be learnt and a laugh to be had for all.

Showing until September 5th.

Shakespeare’s Globe Theatre

The Beach … in Brent Cross!

What better way to celebrate summer than with a day out to London’s biggest beach experience, right here at Brent Cross. Gone are the days when Londoners have to travel out of the city to the seaside; the beach has arrived in London and it is here all summer.

Children, young and young-at-heart, will be entertained by Punch and Judy, customary seaside games, carousel’s and tea-cup rides, whilst the more adventurous can try the 60ft roller coaster, shoot down one of the last remaining helter skelter slides in the UK or ride a host of fairground favourites.

Visitors can enjoy an ice-cold tipple or soft drink at the tiki-style Pimms bar, or indulge in traditional seaside cuisine with fish and chips as they recline in larger-than-life deckchairs.

Open from 12 noon till 10pm daily.
Entrance costs £3 and tokens are available to purchase for rides. Parking is FREE.



A Royal Welcoming at Buckingham Palace – Summer Opening 

Feel like royalty as you visit the Buckingham Palace for this years annual summer opening. For the first time visitors will enter the State rooms through the Grand Entrance, tracing the steps where many monarchs have been. You’ll have the opportunity to explore inside the prestigious palace walls as well as entry into ‘A Royal Welcome’, a display that reveals the work behind a visit to the royal residence.

Open from 25th of July to 27th of September.

Go beyond the gates at Buckingham Palace this summer.

A steamy summer at this unique London Museum

If you are interested in London history or simply have a penchant for the unusual and unique then the London Museum of Water and Steam is definitely worth a visit. Featuring the worlds largest collection of steam pumping engines this magnificent 19th century Victorian pumping station is not a far walk to the river Themes at Kew. What’s more it is right next door to the World Class Teachers headquarters. We’ll be in the office gearing up for the new academic year so a visit from some of our lovely teachers and teaching assistants would make for a very welcome tea break!

Open 7 days a week form 11am-4pm. FREE parking.

London Museum of Water and Steam at Kew.

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