National Justice Museum - Law and Justice Educational Visits
National Justice Museum Education delivers curriculum-linked activities using authentic courtrooms, museum spaces, objects and archives. We help young people to gain a practical understanding of the law and justice system and how the courts work, empowering students to play an active role in their community. We do this through delivering interactive, inspiring educational workshops at iconic legal and heritage sites across the UK including:
- The National Justice Museum and City of Caves, Nottingham
- The Royal Courts of Justice, London
- Courtrooms and heritage sites across the North West
A variety of partnership activities, projects and outreach workshops are also available.
What are the benefits of workshops with National Justice Museum Education?
- Interactive activities broaden horizons and raise aspirations
- Sessions encourage motivation, self-confidence and engagement of learners
- Key skills such as critical thinking, enquiry, debating, speaking, listening and communication are enhanced
- Young people are empowered to live and work within the law
Sessions are available for KS1 through to KS5 as well as home education, youth groups, Universities, SEN and adult learning groups. Hands-on workshops support History, Law, Citizenship, SMSC and British Values, PSHE, Sociology, Psychology English, Drama, Careers Enrichment and more.