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Crime and Punishment School Trips

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School groups can experience interactive tours and workshops and investigate topics such as crime and punishment through the ages, Victorian History, capital punishment, rehabilitation and the effects of crime on the victims and families.

Crime & punishment tours and workshops can be experienced in a number of different locations such as prisons, castles and law courts which provide fully immersive interactive experiences by well-trained educational tour guides or experienced ex prison officers.

Crime & punishment tours and workshops generally can be tailored to meet your group’s needs in relation to covering and supporting the national curriculums KS2 and GCSE in Crime and punishment through time.

Learning objectives can cover a multitude of hands on experiences:

Increase knowledge of prison conditions, types of prisoners or inmates, reasons for imprisonment and stories of particular prisoners at that period of time.

Understand the role and working function of that prison or castle in the time period and how this compares to the present day.

National Curriculum links can cover:

The study of changes in aspects of social history, such as crime and punishment from middle ages to the modern day.

Develop enquiry skills by exploring the historical environment through hands on learning and stories

Pupils and students will learn and understand comparisons between their own experience and the lives of people through the ages.

Please see link to some great venues that provide some great experiences on crime and punishment:

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Crime and Punishment School Trip Ideas

The Old Police Cells Museum Brighton

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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.

Warwick Castle for School Trips

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Warwick Castle, bringing history to life for school trips and educational visits! Experience curriculum based tours and workshops (Key Stage 1-5).

The Dungeon School Trip Edinburgh

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The Edinburgh Dungeon is a uniquely thrilling attraction that will whisk you back to the city's most perilous past. See, hear and (ahem) smell the chillingly amusing characters as they are brought to life before you.

Oxford Castle & Prison

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Oxford Castle and Prison provides school trip workshops, where students can learn about the 1000-year-old history of the castle and its surrounding environment. The knowledgeable staff and various activities ensure that all students are interested.

The National Justice Museum Royal Courts of Justice North West

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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.

Shepton Mallet Prison Jailhouse Tours

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Shepton Mallet Prison offers educational tours, where students can further their understanding of crime and punishment throughout history. In order to engage the students, these tours are very interactive and include fully immersive prisoner experiences.

Shrewsbury Prison Jailhouse Tours

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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.

Clink Prison Museum London

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Built on the original site of Clink Prison, dating back to 1144 one of England’s oldest Prisons. You experience hands on original artefacts, including torture devices & the opportunity to view & hear the stories of the inmates & the notorious Southbank.
     
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