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Cyberbullying PowerPoint with Video Resource Scheme
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Cyberbullying PowerPoint with Video Resource Scheme

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Cyberbullying goes against everything we stand for at the National Justice Museum. We have created a two lesson scheme about bullying and cyberbullying which features a professionally shot video showing the effects of bullying and cyberbullying upon a child. Although the video features KS2 students, the resource is suitable for KS3 and upwards for discussion points. The PowerPoint has been designed with trained teaching professionals and has teacher notes at the foot of each slide. If your students made a powerful point about bullying and cyberbullying, we want to hear it! Record it and share with us at @NJMLearning or email us their work at learning@nationaljusticemuseum.org.uk YouTube video link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jG4y6fWnOTc
PSHE Online Safety Bill
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PSHE Online Safety Bill

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Three lessons detailing the Online Safety Bill, how it works and the potential freedom of speech issues it touches upon. The lessons end up in a class wide debate. The PowerPoint includes resources designed to engage and involve all learners with sourced media extracts to support discussion and video links to prompt reflection. Lessons includes learning objectives and knowledge retrieval. If your students creates a great way of preventing bullying, we want to hear it! Record it and share with us at @NJMLearning or email us their work at learning@nationaljusticemuseum.org.uk
Stephen Lawrence Factsheet
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Stephen Lawrence Factsheet

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A PDF information sheet about Stephen Lawrence Day with key facts about his case and his legacy. The factsheet covers: Who was Stephen Lawrence? What happened to Stephen Lawrence? What happened after the murder of Stephen Lawrence? The Macpherson Report Double Jeopardy How can we remember Stephen Lawrence today? The factsheet can be used to provide information to students ahead of Stephen Lawrence Day on 22 April. It can be used for comprehension activities, for research or displayed in class.
History: Victorian Crime and Punishment
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History: Victorian Crime and Punishment

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Here at the National Justice Museum, we examine justice throughout history. This activity looks at how prisoners within Victorian education systems were fed. The activity was created by an outreach specialist in the North West of England who brings the education we offer into the classroom. All teacher instructions are attached to the activity and the resources are ready for printing. Outreach sessions can be booked at learning@nationaljusticemuseum.org.uk If your students is inspired by this resource, we want to hear it! Record it and share with us at @NJMLearning or email us their work at learning@nationaljusticemuseum.org.uk
PSHE Bullying Awareness - Protected Characteristics Questions and Presentation Task
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PSHE Bullying Awareness - Protected Characteristics Questions and Presentation Task

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Bullying often involves abuse based on protected characteristics. This article about a young boy being bullied is followed by questions about bullying and a presentation activity based on protected characteristics. If your students creates a great way of preventing bullying, we want to hear it! Record it and share with us at @NJMLearning or email us their work at learning@nationaljusticemuseum.org.uk
Bristol Bus Boycott Factsheet
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Bristol Bus Boycott Factsheet

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A PDF information sheet about the Bristol Bus Boycott containing key facts about what happened and its impact. The factsheet covers: What was the Bristol Bus Boycott? Bristol in the 1960s Who organised the Boycott? Support for the Boycott Success of the Boycott Aftermath including the Race Relations Act The factsheet can be used to provide information about the Bristol Bus Boycott in the lead up to the 60th Anniversary of the start of the Boycott on 30 April 2023 or as part of a history topic. Suggested uses: comprehension activities, for research or to be displayed in class.
Work experience with law firms (London)
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Work experience with law firms (London)

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This Word document contains a table with a list of law firms based in London that offer work experience for Year 12 and 13 students. On the document, you will find information covering: Name of firm Type of opportunity (e.g. online, in-person, virtual) Website link for further information Eligibility criteria Application process Deadlines Please note: this table has been created from an online search of available work placements and is not exhaustive. This has been produced solely as an aid for students looking for work experience. NJM holds no responsibility for the information contained above and inclusion on this list should not be seen as endorsement of any of the programmes. Those wishing to apply for work experience opportunities are advised to check online for the most up to date information.
Young People and Protest (Lesson)
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Young People and Protest (Lesson)

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This resource contains Guidance Notes and an accompanying PowerPoint presentation for an hour-long creative lesson exploring ideas of remembrance and protest, in the context of monuments using the toppling of the statue of Edward Colston as a case study. The session will: enable students to recognise the Human Right to peaceful protest, empower students to share their ideas and thoughts about how we celebrate and remember people, and about protest. Structured around two creative prompts, the first examining how we can celebrate and remember people, and the second focussed on the toppled monument of Edward Colston, students will create their own artwork to express their ideas, and discuss these during the session. This resource was developed by artist Tessa Carr in conjunction with the National Justice Museum Learning Team and is connected to the National Justice Museum’s ‘Young People and Protest’ exhibition in Nottingham which ran from 15 January -31st October 2022. You can still view the Virtual Exhibition here: https://www.nationaljusticemuseum.org.uk/museum/exhibitions/young-people-and-protest
Young People and Protest (Lesson)
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Young People and Protest (Lesson)

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This resource contains Guidance Notes and an accompanying PowerPoint presentation for an hour-long creative lesson exploring ideas of remembrance and protest, in the context of monuments using the toppling of the statue of Edward Colston as a case study. The session will: enable students to recognise the Human Right to peaceful protest, empower students to share their ideas and thoughts about how we celebrate and remember people, and about protest. Structured around two creative prompts, the first examining how we can celebrate and remember people, and the second focussed on the toppled monument of Edward Colston, students will create their own artwork to express their ideas, and discuss these during the session. This resource was developed by artist Tessa Carr in conjunction with the National Justice Museum Learning Team and is connected to the National Justice Museum’s ‘Young People and Protest’ exhibition in Nottingham which ran from 15 January -31st October 2022. You can still view the Virtual Exhibition here: https://www.nationaljusticemuseum.org.uk/museum/exhibitions/young-people-and-protest
Black History Month Collection
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Black History Month Collection

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A collection of resources created by the National Justice Museum Learning Team exploring: Prominent People in Black British History (PowerPoint Presentation) Legal Landmarks - The Race Relations Act (PDF document) The Zong Massacre (PDF document) The first black male and female police officers (PDF document) The ‘Windrush Scandal’ (PDF document) A timeline of Legal Milestones in Black British History (PDF document) The trial of Somerset v. Stewart (PDF document)
National Writing Day 2022 National Justice Museum Resource
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National Writing Day 2022 National Justice Museum Resource

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Here at the National Justice Museum we love a story! We’ve dug out one of our artifacts from our vaults and given the mighty task of writing a wonderfuls tory inspired by it! This resource could be printed and given to your students or used as a writing prompt at home. Feel free to adjust if you need to. Suitable for KS2, KS3 and KS4.
English Language Law Themed Mock (Crime and Punishment)
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English Language Law Themed Mock (Crime and Punishment)

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Inspired by our national dedication to education around the justice system and careers within the law and legal systems, this is a fully resourced mock examination for the English Language paper two examination. This resource includes: Questions Line numbered sources Section B writing task Please send any interesting answers to us at learning@nationaljusticemuseum.org.uk or send an image to us at @NJMLearning on Twitter.
English Language Law Themed Mock (Age of Criminal Responsibility)
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English Language Law Themed Mock (Age of Criminal Responsibility)

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Inspired by our national dedication to education around the justice system and careers within the law and legal systems, this resource is a full mock examination for the English Language paper two examination. This resource includes: Questions Line numbered sources Section B writing task Please send any interesting answers to us at learning@nationaljusticemuseum.org.uk or send an image to us at @NJMLearning on Twitter.
GCSE English Debate Topics: Knife Crime
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GCSE English Debate Topics: Knife Crime

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Debate is a core part of British values and very important to us at the National Justice Museum. We have made a debate topic using an article describing the impacts of knife crime on individuals. The article is first, followed by a debate task and some pointers for success. If your students created a great debate, we want to hear it! Record it and share with us at @NJMLearning or email us their work at learning@nationaljusticemuseum.org.uk
GCSE English Debate Topics: Social Media Consequences
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GCSE English Debate Topics: Social Media Consequences

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Debate is a core part of British values and very important to us at the National Justice Museum. We have made a debate topic using an article describing the potential consequences for misusing social media. The article is first, followed by a debate task and some pointers for success. If your students created a great debate, we want to hear it! Record it and share with us at @NJMLearning or email us their work at learning@nationaljusticemuseum.org.uk
Judges of South Asian Heritage Factsheet
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Judges of South Asian Heritage Factsheet

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An information sheet celebrating judges of South Asian Heritage developed as part of South Asian Heritage Month. The factsheet can be used to provide information about two judges of South Asian heritage - Lord Justice Singh and Judge Shant. Suggested uses: comprehension activities, for research or to be displayed in class.
Milestones in South Asian British History
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Milestones in South Asian British History

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To mark South Asian History Month, this information sheet can be used in the classroom as part of a study on South Asian Heritage. The PDF looks at the migration of people of South Asian descent to Britain over the course of history. It covers key historical moments from 17th century - 21st century. This information sheet can be used for display purposes or for a research task.
Explore the Law: Fracking Worksheet
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Explore the Law: Fracking Worksheet

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Here at the National Justice Museum, we understand that laws are evolving things. With the current change in the legality of fracking announced, our worksheet aims to educate young people on what fracking is and why it is so controversial. It also gives a voice to the young people engaging in the activity so that they can see how important their vision and voices are within the legal system. Their voices can change the future and maybe create a brighter, more ecologically sound tomorrow. As an organisation which supports sustainability, we find that exciting! The worksheet is self explanatory and requires no further resources. Please send any interesting answers or ideas to us at learning@nationaljusticemuseum.org.uk or send an image to us at @NJMLearning on Twitter.
KS2 Creative Writing Exercise: The Mysterious Camera
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KS2 Creative Writing Exercise: The Mysterious Camera

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Looking for something to inspire? Using one of our historic items, we have created a creative writing exercise which encourages students to consider what might happen next in a spooky setting. Aimed at fiction prose, this activity has potential to give the start of a SATs style writing activity or could even be used for intervention or as homework. The activity includes: colour coded key writing ingredients Starter paragraphs for students to use as a model before they write the subsequent paragraphs Images to facilitate inspiration Paragraph content suggestions
Antisemitism Lesson Scheme ( Two Lessons)
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Antisemitism Lesson Scheme ( Two Lessons)

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Here at the National Justice Museum, we examine justice throughout history and within our modern society. This PowerPoint seeks to educate about what Antisemitism is, where it came from and how to spot it in social media and popular culture. Lessons are designed to be engaging for students across all ability levels and from KS2 to KS5. Designed with PSHE in mind, these lessons can be changed to suit your class or group. Activities include creating a newspaper article and group discussions. Outreach sessions can be booked at learning@nationaljusticemuseum.org.uk If your students is inspired by this resource, we want to hear it! Record it and share with us at @NJMLearning or email us their work at learning@nationaljusticemuseum.org.uk. Likewise, if you believe that we could add more to this resource, please do get in touch.