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Justice Week 2021: Covid and the Courts, an interview with His Honour Judge Burgess

For Justice Week 2021, we interviewed His Honour Judge John Burgess from Nottingham’s Crown Court Service about the impact of COVID-19 on legal proceedings in Nottingham. You can read the conversation in full here. Covid-19 and English Courts: An interview with His Honour Judge John Burgess How easy has it been for people to access […]

Law And Justice Learning comes alive with new National Justice Museum Education Programme

Registered charity, National Justice Museum has launched a new education programme suitable for all ages. Since relaunching as National Justice Museum Education in April 2017, over 2000 students have already taken part in innovative courtroom and museum workshops led by the charity. National Justice Museum Education, formerly the National Centre for Citizenship and the Law, […]

Guilty of high quality educational visits? We hope so!

Have you been inspired by one of our educational visits? Vote for us in the second annual School Travel Awards!  The School Travel Awards recognise the best venues, attractions and companies for school trips, helping teachers to organise first class educational experiences outside the classroom. The awards reflect everything that is exceptional in the field […]

Whitemoor Academy visit the National Justice Museum

This blog is written by Tom Myatt who is on placement at the museum from Nottingham Trent University.  Whitemoor Academy were recently welcomed to the National Justice Museum for an educational project supported by Aspire Nottingham. Aspire Education Business Partnership brings together Nottingham’s schools and businesses to help prepare young people for the world of […]

Reasons why school trips are great for SEN students

The benefits of educational visits for SEN students   School trips and educational visits should be viewed as powerful, positive teaching tools that help enhance the social, personal and emotional development of all learners. Extra stimulation in new environments can be particularly beneficial to SEN pupils and can help teach life skills, build on social skills […]