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Education with the National Justice Museum

Education Visits

We provide award-winning, unique, curriculum-linked learning for children and young people in real courtroom settings, including at our historic Nottingham Museum. The Museum was once the site of Nottingham assizes and County Gaol.

School visits to the Museum, courtrooms in the Royal Courts of Justice, London and across the North offer optimum learning experiences. Our educational visits are also suitable for a wide range of ages and abilities.

And, we’ve recently introduced ‘Court Out’, a range of live ‘down-the-line’ workshops delivered by our facilitators from our courtrooms into the classroom.

Choose from

  • On-site School Visits A range of workshops, which are delivered from our working courtrooms and historic sites in Nottingham, London and across the North. Find out more here
  • ‘Court Out’ A tailored range of workshops that provide exceptional learning opportunities for those unable to visit on-site. Find out more here
  • Choices and Consequences An award-winning exhibition and knife-crime prevention workshops for all students aged 9 – 14 years. This provides for a totally immersive and emotional exploration of the impact of knife crime in an authentic police station setting. Available as an on-site visit and live digitally. Find out more here

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