National Justice Museum are running two weeks of inspirational curriculum-linked educational visits at Bradford Combined Court, helping pupils to gain practical experience of the law and justice system. Two-hour interactive workshops bring the law to life
through hands-on, authentic and unforgettable learning experiences in a real courtroom.
Pupils will explore a contemporary or historical case in a real courtroom. They will create, prepare and present a trial, taking on all the courtroom roles to reach a verdict and debate the outcome.
- Contemporary Topics — Knife Crime, Cyberbullying, Hate Crime
- Historical Topics—Suffragettes
Day & Time of sessions — Monday to Friday Morning 10am to 12noon or Afternoon 12.30pm to 2.30pm From Monday 6th March, to Friday 17th March, 2023
Cost — £7.50 per student. Teachers are free
For further information or to book
click here or contact 0115 993 9811