School visits

All year round many local schools, universities, community groups and others visit the peaceful setting of Drolma Centre for guided tours of our beautiful meditation & shrine room (with Buddhist statues and art), talks on meditation and the Buddhist way of life. The Centre is open to everyone and we are always happy to arrange visits and tours of the Centre. Alternatively we can send one of our teachers to your school or group to explain and answer questions on meditation and the Buddhist way of life.

We are very happy to discuss your visit with you beforehand, and will do our best to tailor the session to your requirements. We can include a simple guided relaxation meditation with the students if this is appropriate.

Visiting you (assemblies and classroom talks)
We do not charge for one of our teachers to come to you and visit your school. As a small charity, a donation to cover travel expenses would be welcomed.

Visting us 
If you would like to visit the Centre, we suggest a donation of £1 per student to cover wear and tear (teachers and parents free of charge). The maximum number of students is around 30 per session. Sessions usually last 1 hour but let us know if you would like to arrange alternative timings.

Contact info:
Please email our community relations team on:
Telephone us on 01733 755444

I have just had our Y10 return buzzing about their trip to the Drolma Centre and other faith venues. My thanks to you for making the visit engaging and supporting the students by raising awareness of a belief they did not know about until today. Moments of reflection are so important in our busy world, thank you for giving of your time and making them welcome.

Spalding Academy

Everyone who was involved on Tuesday said how lovely the afternoon was and how much they had learned from the visit. I went in the next day and they were all telling me about it and how amazing it was. Please thank Kelsang Rak-ma for all she did to make the whole experience amazing for all. I know it will have helped them so much to go forward with their learning. Very much appreciated and many thanks again.

Monkhouse Primary School