Experience crime and punishment through time.
In this 2 hour museum workshop students will explore law-related objects and artefacts, come face-to-face with colourful historical characters, hear more about how prisons have changed, and visit key museum spaces including the dungeons, exercise yard, debtor’s cell, punishment corridor and criminal courtroom.
Nottingham’s former courthouse and gaol houses the UK’s largest collection of over 40,000 law, justice, crime, and punishment artefacts and is an ideal location to bring crime and punishment studies to life.
Curriculum Links: History, Citizenship, PSHE
Duration: 2 hours (either 10am – 12noon or 12.30pm – 2.30pm)
Location: National Justice Museum, Nottingham
Cost: £9 per student
To book a visit or find out more email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 0115 993 9811
“I really enjoyed all the activities but my favourite was learning about the cells and punishments ” Year 5 pupil, Coppice Farm Primary
“A well organised visit. We were pleased with the quality of learning and support of the Museum team” George Spencer Academy