National Centre for Citizenship and the Law (NCCL)
Galleries of Justice Museum
Open seven days a week:
10.30 - 17.00
The National Centre for Citizenship and the Law (NCCL) is part of the registered charity the Egalitarian Trust. NCCL delivers curriculum-linked interactive educational programmes in courtrooms across the UK including at the Galleries of Justice Museum. Based at Nottingham’s old courthouse and gaol, there are many ways to explore the Galleries of Justice Museum, with free exhibitions, audio and performance led tours and a variety of learning activities.
Naomi Garnett NCCL Learning Manager
0115 952 0555
All of our activities are designed to engage learners in History and Citizenship and are based around the National Curriculum. Through experiential learning,pupils are encouraged to embrace the opportunity to learn about real objects in real places outside the classroom. Bringing History and Citizenship to life, the NCCL team is here to teach about the past, forpupils to act in the present and empower them to change the future.
Crime and Punishment, Victorians, Tudors, Fairy stories, World War II, History, Citizenship, SMSC, Law, Leisure and Tourism, Marketing and Customer Services, Law, Sociology, Criminal Psychology.
Prison and Penal Reform in the 1800s
Looking at people like Elizabeth Fry who changed conditions in prison Read More »
Scold's Bridle - justice for women 400 years ago?
A punishment for 'troublesome' women over 400 years ago Read More »