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School Visits to St John's Request Form

  • Requests for school visits to St John’s College should be submitted via this form.
  • Requests for the Access Officer to visit schools should not be submitted via this form.
  • Day visits are available for Years 9, 10, 11, 12 and 13. Sessions are usually led by the Access Officer.
  • Available sessions for each year group are indicated and you have the opportunity to tick those sessions you are interested in. The Access Officer will incorporate as many of these sessions as possible into your programme.
  • If you would like a subject-based taster session as part of your visit, please specify the subject area (e.g. History, Science) in the 'Any other information' section of the form.
  • If you have any suggestions or requests for sessions not listed, please note these down in the 'Any other information' section of the form – we always welcome your ideas and aim to tailor each visit to the group.
  • Visiting students will not have the opportunity to attend an undergraduate lecture or visit a science laboratory for practical and safety reasons.
  • Lunch in the College Buttery is available free-of-charge on day visits.
  • If you have any questions regarding your visit contact the Access Officer by emailing accessofficer@joh.cam.ac.uk or by telephoning 01223 339361.

School details

Staff contact details

Enter the details of the teacher/member of staff who is organising the visit.

Preferred visit date

Please provide a first choice date for your visit and at least one alternative date.

Preferred timings


Please note: the earliest start time for visits to College is 10 am.


Please note: the latest departure time from College is 4 pm.


Your group

Enter the number of students you intend to bring (even if this is only approximate). Please note that the maximum number of students for a visit is 35.

Any other information

Please use this space to briefly outline the focus you wish your visit to St John's to take and to add any other relevant information about your group. This will allow the Access Officer to put together a programme that suits your group's needs.