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Winchester Crown Court - Court In Session & Court In The Past
We are delighted to be able to offer courtroom workshops for primary and secondary students at Winchester Crown Court for a limited time only!
Talk and Tour
During this one hour session, students have the opportunity to learn about the history of the Royal Courts of Justice in London through exploring some of the key spaces within the building.
Court in Session
Court in Session workshops are suitable for key stages 2 - 5 and beyond. Students will explore a contemporary criminal or civil case and take part in an interactive courtroom workshop.
Court in the Past
Court in the Past is suitable for key stages 2 - 5 and beyond. Students will explore a historical criminal or civil court case and take part in an interactive courtroom workshop.
Motion to Appeal
Motion to Appeal is suitable for key stages 4 - 5 and above. Students will explore a contemporary appeal case and take part in an interactive courtroom workshop.
Points of Law
Points of Law is suitable for key stage 5 and above. Students will explore a contemporary criminal or civil court case of national importance that focuses on a specific point of law.
Victorian study day
During this cross-site study day, students visit both the London Metropolitan Archives and the Royal Courts of Justice to explore crime and punishment during the Victorian era.
Characters in Court
This fun, interactive courtroom workshop introduces students to the courts by putting fictional characters on trial.
Suffragette study day
During this cross-site study day, students visit both the Museum of London and the Royal Courts of Justice to learn more about the fight for women’s right to vote.
Rolls Building Arts and Education trust, this workshop offers students the chance to enact a trial and meet a High Court judge.
Theatre of Law
“Theatre of Law” is an innovative project introducing London primary school children to the legal and criminal justice system.
Shakespeare on trial
National Justice Museum Education and Shakespeare’s Globe offer a series of workshops exploring Shakespeare’s most well-known plays.
The courtroom activity was lovely and gave children the opportunity to feel actively part of the story.
Lowdham CofE Primary School
Thank you so much for the session this morning. It was perfectly pitched and the children thoroughly enjoyed it. What a great experience for them!
(online learning)Walton on the Naze Primary School
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