Region: Greater London

Disabled Facilities: Yes

Category: Day Trip Destinations

Address: See Listings Below, ,

Contact: 0 208 987 5007

Website: http://www2.cineworld.co.uk/venuehire/schooltrips

Description

Cineworld can be an ideal end of term reward, with a private film screening; you can watch the big Hollywood blockbusters, or even choose a film which fits in with what the kids are currently studying.

We offer a safe, friendly environment, with all the facilities you will need to make your visit as hassle free, and enjoyable as possible.

To find your nearest Cinemas please visit our website (www.cineworld.co.uk/cinemas ) where you can type in your postcode, and search for the nearest venues.

 

Venues in Greater London:

Cineworld – Bexleyheath        (http://www.cineworld.co.uk/cinemas/45 )
28-70 Broadway
Bexleyheath
Kent
DA6 7LL

Cineworld – Chelsea            (http://www.cineworld.co.uk/cinemas/10 )
279 Kings Road
Chelsea
London
SW3 5EW

Cineworld – Enfield            (http://www.cineworld.co.uk/cinemas/22 )
Southbury Leisure Park
208 Southbury Road
Enfield
EN1 1YQ

Cineworld – Feltham            (http://www.cineworld.co.uk/cinemas/25 )
Leisure West
Air Park Way
Feltham
Middlesex
TW13 7LX

Cineworld – Fulham Road        (http://www.cineworld.co.uk/cinemas/26 )
142 Fulham Road   
London
SW10 9QR

Cineworld – Hammersmith        (http://www.cineworld.co.uk/cinemas/30 )
207 King Street
Hammersmith
London
W6 9JT

Cineworld – Haymarket        (http://www.cineworld.co.uk/cinemas/32 )
63-65 Haymarket
London
SW1Y 4RL

Cineworld – Ilford            (http://www.cineworld.co.uk/cinemas/37 )
I-Scene
Clements Road
Ilford
Essex
IQ1 1BP

Cineworld – Shaftesbury Avenue    (http://www.cineworld.co.uk/cinemas/53 )
Trocadero Centre
7-14 Coventry Street
Picadilly Circus
London
W1D 7DH

Cineworld – Staples Corner        (http://www.cineworld.co.uk/cinemas/60 )
Staples Corner Retail Park
Geron Way
London
NW2 6LW

Cineworld @ The O2            (http://www.cineworld.co.uk/cinemas/79 )
Peninsula Square,
London,
SE10 0AX

Cineworld – Wandsworth        (http://www.cineworld.co.uk/cinemas/65 )
Southside Shopping Centre
Wandsworth High Street
London
SW18 4TF

Cineworld – West India Quay        (http://www.cineworld.co.uk/cinemas/66 )
Hertsmere Road
West India Quay
London
E14 4AL

Cineworld – Wood Green        (http://www.cineworld.co.uk/cinemas/70 )
Wood Green Shopping City
Off Noel Park Road
Wood Green
London
N22 6LU

Cineworld – Wembley (http://www.cineworld.co.uk/cinemas/89 )
Unit 107

London Designer Outlet

Wembley Park Boulevard

Wembley

HA9 0FD

Why is this venue great for School Trips and Educational Visits?

Bring the curriculum to life with a movie; literature, languages and history can come to life on the big screen.

The theatre style seating and varied screen sizes also make Cineworld an ideal venue for presentations and award ceremonies.

What does a typical school trip or educational visit include?

As a cinema, the main reason for visiting us is to watch a movie.

To give the trip more of an educational twist you could speak to your local cinema about bringing back an old classic (Oliver Twist, A Christmas Carol), or even a documentary (An Inconvenient Truth, March of the Penguins).

What size groups do they cater for?

Any size group is fine.

What can they provide you with to support your school trip or educational visit?

We can provide film synopses, lists of upcoming releases, and will have worksheets/handouts from specific films throughout the year; please email us if you have a specific request: conferencing@cineworld.co.uk

Can you take photos, video or audio? Are there any copyright restrictions?

In the foyer/corridors this is fine. In the screens this is not allowed.

How do you arrange a risk assessment?

We have generic risk assessments for managing large groups during cinema visits; and the cinemas have site specific risk assessments which cover any unusual circumstances they may have in their building.

We also have public liability insurance certificates.

Copies of any of these documents can be provided at our cinemas or by emailing conferencing@cineworld.co.uk.

What are the contact details for their education officer?

Each cinema has a manager who will liaise with you, to arrange your booking. Either ask at the cinema or fill in an enquiry on our website: www.cineworld.co.uk/conferencing, and we will contact you to discuss your booking.

What does it cost?

Free Tickets for Teachers

Movies for Junior Film 2D Tickets £3.00 (including a Munch box)


·         Movies for Junior Film 3D Tickets £4.50 (including a Munch box and 3D glasses) 2D Films Tickets (up to 17 years) £5.00


3D Films Tickets (up to 17 years) £6.50 (including 3D Glasses)


·         2D Event Cinema (up to 17 years) from £6.00


·         3D Event Cinema (up to 17 years) from £7.00

 
·         Munch box (small popcorn & Capri sun) £1.50


No hot food and drink purchased outside the cinemas may be brought in or consumed.

Can we bring kids to watch films in IMAX screens?

Yes it is possible in cinemas where IMAX screens are available. These cinemas are: Ashton Under Lyne, Birmingham Broad Street, Castleford, Cheltenham, Chichester, Crawley, Dublin, Edinburgh, Glasgow Science Centre, Ipswich, London Enfield, Nottingham, Sheffield, Stevenage and Telford.

The IMAX prices are as follow:

·         IMAX 2D Films Tickets (up to 17 years) £8.00

IMAX 3D Films Tickets (up to 17 years) £9.00 (including 3D Glasses)

We also offer IMAX Documentaries designed to educate and enlighten, through IMAX technology you can journey to distant lands, outer space, or the depths of the ocean without ever leaving your seat. Available all year round, there are four different 45-minute IMAX 3D documentaries to choose from. Please contact us for more details.

·         IMAX Documentaries tickets – £3.50


2D Films

Child Tickets (up to 14 years) £5.50-£10.80

Student Tickets (15-17 years) £5.50-£10.80

Adult Tickets (18 & over) £5.50- £14.30

3D Films

Child Tickets (up to 14 years) £8.00-£13.30 (inc glasses)

Student Tickets (15-17 years) £8 - £13.30 (inc glasses)

Adult Tickets (18 & over) £8 - £16.80 (inc glasses)

What is the regular ticket price at Cineworld cinemas?

2D Films

Child Tickets (up to 14 years) £5.50-£10.80

Student Tickets (15-17 years) £5.50-£10.80

Adult Tickets (18 & over) £5.50- £14.30

3D Films

Child Tickets (up to 14 years) £8.00-£13.30 (inc glasses)

Student Tickets (15-17 years) £8 - £13.30 (inc glasses)

Adult Tickets (18 & over) £8 - £16.80 (inc glasses)


To check exact pricing for a specific performance please ask at the cinema, or visit: www.cineworld.co.uk

For a group booking to one of our advertised performances, we can offer 1 in 10 tickets for free (these can be used for the teachers tickets).

We can also offer a 15% discount on any pre-ordered retail/concessions purchases.

See our special offers: http://www.ukschooltrips.co.uk/content/view/498/26/

Is specific clothing required?

No.

Do you have first aid on site?

Each cinema has trained first aiders; please check with the cinema you are visiting to make sure they will be available during your visit.

What facilities do they have for school trips and educational visits?

There are concessions counters, pick n mix, and ice cream counters in all of our cinemas; a 15% discount is available on pre-ordered purchases.

The most popular product for schools bookings is a Munchbox; which costs £3.49 and includes:

200ml Capri-Sun (100% Tropical or Apple & Blackcurrent juice)

45g popcorn (sweet Salted)

Milky Way Magic Stars (approx. 33g) or Rockin Raisins (approx. 25g)

No food and drink purchased outside the cinemas may be brought in or consumed.

Are there disabled facilities?

The majority of our venues are fully accessible.
Due to the logistic of some of the old theatre style buildings, there may be areas that are not accessible in some cinemas; please check with the specific cinema you are going to visit, or email conferencing@cineworld.co.uk.

What are your opening days and hours?

We are open every day, except for Christmas Day.
Opening times vary from cinema to cinema; but will always open 20 minutes before the 1st film starts.

Is there anything else that you feel is important and want to include in your information?

All cinema visits are subject to the standard cinema terms of entry: www.cineworld.co.uk/terms


Age of Children / Pupils: Pre-school 5 – 7 years 8 – 10 years 11 – 13 years 14 – 16 years College University

Type of Visit: Cinemas / Film

Curriculum Topics Covered: Drama English

Months Open: All Year Round January February March April May June July August September October November December


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