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Can’t visit one of our sites? Our virtual courtroom workshops bring the law to life in your classroom through engaging, hands-on activities, exploring real-life court cases.
Learn about the court system, examine thought-provoking issues, see how the law affects all aspects of our life and re-enact a real trial with your class.
Working with you, our expert facilitators will deliver live, interactive learning into your classroom. Workshops are held via Zoom and Teams, and can even be delivered to students at home if school has temporarily closed.
It’s a simple process. And we support you every step of the way with preparatory information and activities.
Duration 2 hours
Key Stage 2-5
Theatre of Law (KS2)
A long-term project taking place over several weeks, Including two facilitated sessions and a comprehensive set of resources where pupils create a bespoke mock trial. Find out more here
Bullying and Cyberbullying (KS2-3)
Three different sessions looking at bullying, cyberbullying and being a good friend. Find out more here
Choices and Consequences (KS2-3)
An award-winning, knife-crime prevention exhibition and workshops. Find out more here
Crime and Punishment Through Time (KS1-2)
Workshops exploring our collection, historic characters and cells. Find out more here
Take to Law (KS3-5)
Are your students interested in finding out about careers in the legal profession? These online versions of our popular on-site visits will give you all the information you need.
Human Rights (KS3-4)
Workshops exploring the contemporary significance of Human Rights. Find out more here