Warner Brother Studios brings the Harry Potter film series alive. Discover the actual props, costumes and sets used in the films and see your student’s imagination ignited.
School trips to London to visit the Warner Brothers Studio are guaranteed to be remembered forever by staff and students alike. Allowing your class to experience this exciting attraction helps them gain a further understanding of English, Arts and Business. If your students are reading the books in class or watching the films to develop and enhance their ideas on projects, there is something at the Making of Harry Potter experience for every age group.
The moment your students arrive, they will be captivated by this magical world. Discover the famous Great Hall, Forbidden Forest, Diagon Alley and many more breathtaking sets. They can see the actual props and costumes of the cast, have a go riding on a broomstick and even try a butter beer.
On a school trip to London you can easily spend the majority of your day at the studios with plenty to see and do. There are ample facilities to accommodate your class with exciting entertainment to keep everyone occupied, even at lunch.
Along with the marvellous tour of the studios your class can even take part in a one-hour lesson, which creatively links the Harry Potter series with the national curriculum. This fun way of learning outside the classroom offers four exciting workshops:
- Art and Design
- Business Studies
- Film and Media Studies
Art and Design
The Art and Design workshops allow your students to discover how the props, costumes and sets are designed and the process of creating them from scratch. Lessons are available from KS2 to KS5, with each workshop designed to engage the class in a fun and interactive experience
The Business Studies workshop allows your students to gain an understanding on the aspects of film making, production and marketing and the importance of this topic to the industry. A wide range of lessons are available for all age groups.
Film and Media Studies
There is nowhere else more suited to teaching film and media studies on school trips to London then Warner Brother Studios. Let your class immerse themselves in a variety of aspects of film and media. Discover the process from start to finish, from putting together mood boards, to understanding how scripts are developed and how the overall film is created. This is a rewarding experience for any film or media student.
Bring your English lessons to life in these interactive workshops. See your students’ writing ideas come to life and discover new ways of storytelling. This is a fun and useful experience for any group that they can take back to the classroom.
TOP TIP: Warner Brother Studios needs to be booked directly by the school. Please leave plenty of time in advance to book, as spaces fill out quickly!