National Justice Museum
Choices and Consequences Knife Crime Workshop (All Primary and Secondary Schools)
Help to break the knife crime learning cycle…
Visit Choices and Consequences, an exhibition and workshop experience for schools that is making a difference combating young people carrying knives. It will broaden your students’ and your own understanding of this complex and emotive issue in our society. And, through early prevention, it will help to build a positive culture against carrying and using knives now and in the future.
Suitable for: Primary years 5 & 6 and Secondary pupils to year 9
Availability: Weekdays am (10am) or pm (12.30pm)
Duration: up to 2 hours
Number of students: Max 30, no minimum number
Cost: £5 per pupil. Free teacher places. Minimum charges apply, please contact for details.
This workshop has already been successfully delivered to 14,000 young people in London. Choices and Consequences enables children to understand about the dangers of carrying a knife and how to make positive choices to stay safe. The workshop makes use of 5 interactive rooms and is led by facilitators throughout. Using a range of activities, children will learn about the impact of knife crime, making good choices and the consequences of actions, making safe decisions and good friends, the law and how it is applied to knife crime cases and the realities of prison life.
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