curriculum linked education programmes

Educational Visits and School Trips

Museum from home

As we’re temporarily closed due to the government’s advice on COVID 19, we’ve decided to put some free, printable resources together so that we can keep communities and little ones busy at home. We’re currently working hard to develop resources, so make sure you check back soon! Follow @justicemuseum for updates.

Our inspirational curriculum-linked educational visits use authentic courtrooms, museum spaces, objects and archives to help pupils gain a practical understanding of the law and justice system.
We deliver education programmes at iconic legal and heritage sites in Nottingham, London and the North.

Our interactive activities broaden horizons and encourage motivation, self-confidence and engagement. Students will develop a range of essential skills, such as critical thinking, debate, presentation, research and analytical skills plus speaking, listening and communication skills.

Students will also:

  • Learn about the law, how it is made and how it can be changed
  • Be empowered to take an interest in their rights and responsibilities to become active citizens
  • Reflect on what is right and wrong and communicate this to others
  • Connect life experiences with new spaces and objects
  • Be empowered to live and work within the law

Each year we work with over 27,000 students across our learning sites.

We recommend that schools book a minimum of two months in advance where possible to secure preferred dates/times. £75 deposit required to secure booking.

If you are planning a trip for an SEN or other alternative provision group please speak to our Bookings Team about the options available.

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