Registered charity, National Justice Museum has launched a new education programme suitable for all ages. This includes new interactive activities for schools in the North West.
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Who we are
National Justice Museum Education provides kinaesthetic learning opportunities that help young people to understand the law and justice system. Activities help empower students to be active citizens and to live and work within the law.We deliver interactive educational programmes in courtrooms across the UK, including the North West, and provide a range of activities that engage, inspire and educate young people to gain a practical understanding of the law.
What we do
National Justice Museum Education delivers interactive, inspiring educational workshops to students of all ages at legal and heritage sites across the UK. Memorable learning experiences are curriculum driven and support: History, Law, PSHE, Citizenship, English, SMSC and British Values. We provide the opportunity for young people of all ages and abilities to learn outside the classroom in working or historic courtrooms providing an unparalleled learning experience.
Year 5 and 6 pupils from Water Primary School, Rossendale, Lancashire have been extending their knowledge of the law and justice system.
Pupils from Moorgate Primary School in Bolton recently took part in a brand new educational workshop with the National Centre for Citizenship and the Law (NCCL) at the Moot Courtroom at the University of Bolton. This two hour Law and University Life
Pupils from Abbott Community Primary School, Manchester recently put Goldilocks on trial as part of a courtroom workshop delivered by the National Centre for Citizenship and the Law (NCCL) at the Greater Manchester Police Museum.
In the North West we deliver our legal education workshops at the Civil Justice Centre and Crown Court in Manchester and at Bolton Magistrates' Court. We also works in partnership with the Greater Manchester Police Museum, People's History Museum and the University of Bolton. Activities include: Mock trials, debates, crime and punishment, law and university life, living history and the courts, civil disputes and more! Through our workshops, students develop a deeper understanding of the law and justice system.