National Centre for
Citizenship and the Law

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we inspire

Young People by delivering Law and Justice education at national heritage sites.

we inspire

Young People by delivering Law and Justice education at national heritage sites.

we inspire

Young People by delivering Law and Justice education at national heritage sites.

we inspire

Young People by delivering Law and Justice education at national heritage sites.

Primary Schools

Visits for Primary Schools


Secondary Schools

Visits for Secondary Schools


Further and higher education

Visits for Further and higher education


Welcome to NCCL

The National Centre for Citizenship and the Law (NCCL) develops and delivers education programmes in heritage sites across the UK.

NCCL makes every effort to provide a memorable experience to educate through kinaesthetic learning in historic buildings, sites and collections.

The individual’s learning experience is at the heart of the learning journey

 

NCCL delivers education at heritage sites across the UK including:

  • Galleries of Justice Museum, Nottingham
  • City of Caves, Nottingham
  • The Royal Courts of Justice, London
  • The Civil Justice Centre and Crown Court, Manchester and Bolton Magistrate’s Court
  • and also works in partnership with The Rolls Building, London, The Peoples History Museum, Manchester, and Greater Manchester Police Museum

All activities are linked to:  KS1, KS2, KS3 National Curriculum, GCSE and A Level syllabi for History, PSHE, Law, Citizenship, English, Religious Studies, Politics, Sociology and many more. We can help to support SMSC provision including current Department for Education guidance in promoting British Values.

From April 2014 to March 2015 NCCL have worked with 24,128 students in total across our learning sites

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Testimonials

"It was informative and a really interesting educational day."

Avril Fielding, Teacher at Whitefield School

"A fantastic opportunity to put themselves in someone else’s shoes and to see direct consequences of their decisions.  It really improves their understanding of the world and gives them a chance to use their literacy skills whilst developing their debating/discussion abilities."

John Dickinson, Teacher, Marlborough Primary School

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