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Choices and Consequences Knife Crime Workshop (Primary and Secondary Schools)

Choices And Consequences Knife Crime Workshop (Primary and Secondary Schools)


‘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. 

Suitable for: Primary years 5 & 6, Secondary pupils to year 9
Location: Nottingham
Availability: Weekdays starting 10am, or alternatively 12.30pm
Duration: up to two hours
Number of students: Max 30 students per session, no minimum number
Cost: £5 per pupil. Free teacher places. Minimum charges apply, please contact for details.

Please note, because of the special focus of this workshop it isn’t suitable for booking alongside any other educational workshop. 

Also, bursaries are now available for 70 Nottinghamshire schools to visit, with free pupil places and support towards transport costs. Information is available on request when booking. Specific criteria applies.

Workshop Outline

Choices and Consequences has been proven to make a difference in changing attitudes to knife crime among the young. It has been delivered to 14,000 young people in London, and has been positively evaluated for its impact on their views and outlook. Though the workshop young people learn:

  • about the dangers of carrying a knife
  • about the consequences of carrying and associating with those carrying knives
  • about the law and how it applies to knife crime cases
  • about the realities of prison life
  • how to make positive choices to stay safe
  • how to make safe decisions when it comes to good friends

This session is also available online. Learn more here

Booking Enquiries: email education@nationaljusticemuseum.org.uk or call 0115 993 9811

Choices and Consequences is a partnership between the Ben Kinsella Trust and the National Justice Museum

Bage for highly commended learning programme of the year