Date(s) - 17/09/2019
12:30 pm - 3:00 pm
Royal Courts of Justice
Organised by Educationista Foundation
Students will enact a mock trial in a working courtroom. This engaging session will develop critical thinking skills as students take on the roles of judge, jury, barristers, witnesses and defendant.
This session links to Citizenship”
The Royal Courts of Justice houses both the High Court and the Court of Appeal for England and Wales and is a fascinating building.
There will be some pre-visit material to study before the trip.
This is pitched at KS3/4 (12-16yrs)
No younger children/siblings.
The price is £8.50 per student.
There is a limit on adult spaces and they are chargeable and allocated on a first-come-first-served basis (Any free adult spaces will be pro-rated and refunds will be made to families who attended on the day)
STRICTLY NO PHOTOGRAPHY IS PERMITTED IN THE ROYAL COURTS OF JUSTICE COURTROOMS.
(Just put “adult” or “parent” etc…)
Please pay via bank transfer. Details are in the Educationista Foundation FB group.
Please use payment reference: RCJ Sept [your surname]
(Putting your surname is very important!)
(There are no refunds for cancellation/non-attendance)
Please ensure that your child has a hard copy of the pupil pack (to be released at a later date), that they use it to prepared beforehand and write any notes in it AND that they bring it with them on the day)
Roles will be allocated in advance. Speaking roles will require either reading or memorisation of lines beforehand.
This is an Educationista Foundation event, organised by Lou. By booking on, you agree to adhere by the policies of the Foundation.