Crime and Punishment

School trips based on themes of crime and punishment are perfect for any classes that are studying history at a key-stage 3 level, citizenship and PSHE. All of the school trips on offer are designed with you, to ensure that your learning objectives are met and that students are engaged. The various school trips on offer are all equally as intriguing. Students have the opportunity to discover historical torture devices, learn about different prison conditions and also begin to understand the law and justice system at that period of time. The school trip venues ensure that learning takes place in a fun and exciting way – pupils will be able to explore crime and punishment through interactive workshops, games, exercises and activities in groups. Depending on what your class is studying, these school trips and workshops can be designed around your specific needs. Whether you want to explore the links between the environment and crime, the significance of certain areas or locations, like old bank side London, as examples of inner-city poverty or causes of crime, such as discontent living conditions, we list on our directory fantastic school trip venues that will work to create precisely what you need. The crime and punishment school trips will provide thrilling and stimulating experiences for both students and teachers alike.

Ufton Court provides educational groups with engaging History School Trips. Whether you want to explore the Grade 1 Tudor Manor House or flog Boudicca in the Roundhouse, Ufton Court has a wide variety of inspiring historical resources.
Topic Takeover Days provide educational groups with amazing and engaging Workshop experiences that include role play, costumed characters, interactive activities, and team games.
At The Workhouse Museum, educational groups can experience an authentic Victorian Schoolroom, Kitchen, and Garden, as well as the historical Inmates' Quarters of the Workhouse.
At The National Justice Museum Royal Courts of Justice, London our inspirational educational visits use authentic courtrooms, museum spaces, objects and archives to help pupils gain a practical understanding of the law and justice system.
The Courthouse is part of a fully interactive historical experience run by Ripon Museums Trust, your school group will learn many interesting facts about this 1800 century courthouse such as the Liberty of Ripon, plus step into the dock to be sentenced.
Diversify Workshops tackle sensitive topics, such as cyber bullying, LGBTQ+, and racial discrimination. By employing an interactive learning approach, Diversify Workshops encourage pupils to take part in numerous activities that promote social inclusion.
The Old Police Cells Museum for Sussex Police is housed in the basement of Brighton Town Hall. It offers visitors a unique insight into the history of Sussex Police
At The National Justice Museum Royal Courts of Justice, North West our inspirational educational visits use authentic courtrooms, museum spaces, objects and archives to help pupils gain a practical understanding of the law and justice system.
Shrewsbury Prison is one of the few prisons that is open to the public and offers educational tours. These Victorian prison tours are led by ex-prison officers, making the experience more realistic and engaging.
Using vintage vehicles, original objects, dynamic displays, and interactive exhibitions, The National Services Museum tells the historic stories of all our emergency services, past and present Sheffield, South Yorkshire
Built on the original site of the Clink Prison - one of England’s oldest Prisons. You can experience hands-on original artefacts, including torture devices, & have the opportunity to view & hear the stories of the inmates & the notorious Southbank.
On an Ufton Court Residential School Trip, educational groups can enjoy historically themed evening banquets, where students will have the opportunity to immerse themselves in the life and culture of the past.
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