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Choices and Consequences

‘Choices and Consequences’ was highly commended in the category of Learning Programme of the Year at this years Museum and Heritage Awards. Learn more about the programme below.

These anti-knife crime prevention workshops are also now available online to support schools who currently can’t visit the exhibition at the National Justice Museum. In a series of 5 workshops, students will:

  • Explore the Choices comic cartoon, where the main character has chosen to carry a knife to protect himself after experiencing bullying. What outcomes might there be? What better choices could they make?
  • Visit Ben’s room. People who are stabbed are real, with family, friends, hopes, dreams and ambitions -just like us.
  • Experience the cinema room and explore the ripple effect of knife crime, the loss of life and liberty on both sides, and how life is never the same again for those involved.
  • Discover the law behind knife crime, how to keep safe and the lifelong consequences of being prosecuted for knife crime.
  • Enter a real prison cell where an actor shows the reality of living in a prison cell and the long term impact on their life.

All participants will be asked to complete a pre and post workshop questionnaire which explores how safe they feel on the street and what their understanding of, and contact with, knife crime is. The results of the questionnaires will be shared with the class teacher, along with links to organisations offering further support.

Duration: 90 mins

KS 2 and 3

Cost: £150

Book 2 consecutive sessions on the same day for different classes in the same year group and save £50

Book your education session here

Bage for highly commended learning programme of the year