I have taught Law for over 10 years and I have been teaching for just over 13 years. Prior to teaching, I did private tutoring for Law, English and Art, alongside volunteering for the British Red Cross. I've chaired a number of different political conferences and have also exhibited my artwork in the South West and London.

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This lesson belongs to a series of lessons titled: the Criminal Justice System. This is the second lesson and so students already have knowledge and understanding of police powers and how their rights as a citizen are protected. In this lesson, students will develop knowledge on what a protest is and how it links to Article 11, why people carry out protests and will be able to discuss whether taking down the Colston statute was a good or bad idea. students will also have the opportunity to apply their understanding of the law to two scenarios.

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