Trip to Forensic Justice Museum

The National Justice Museum in Nottingham consists of a museum, a live role-play interactive session about prisons in Victorian Age and a courtroom where learners can participate in an interactive session. 

The Museum was very organised and timed and had great food and other accommodations and we were straight away sent back to the Victorian ages with a very intense live interactive and engaging role-play to explain about life in prison and how both male and female prisoners were treated in those times. 

After lunch, there was a guided tour of the Museum where each equipment was explained and learners had an opportunity to try them and lastly , there was an interactive court trial where learners could choose a role based on an actual case. 
The learners overall enjoyed the experience and enjoyed the interactive session the most 




Natalie our Year1 Forensic student told us “the trip was great fun, very exciting and really interactive – we enjoyed seeing the courtroom and the historical prison” 
Nico our Year 1 Forensic student commented “the trip was good fun. I enjoyed learning about the history of prisons”. 



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