Educational activites at the Royal courts of Justice
The Royal Courts of Justice and the Supreme Court are working with the National Centre for Citizenship and the Law (NCCL), an educational charity, to provide courtroom workshops, mock trials, debates and tours of the buildings to Primary, Secondary, College and University groups.
The NCCL's educational activities are closely aligned to the National Curriculum and GCSE, AS and A Level examining boards covering areas such as Citizenship, History, Law, English, Drama, Religious Studies and Personal, Social & Health Education.
" A few of our students are considering pursuing a careers in the legal professional and this visit has encouraged them even more” – Harris Boys Academy East Dulwich
“very informative, great opportunity to see the inside of the building we see so regularly on television” Windrush Primary
The NCCL London co-ordinator is based at the Royal Courts of Justice and can be contacted by telephone on 0207 947 7544.