1 March 2021

Year 13 Criminology students recently took part in a virtual Parliament session, where they were able to have a "tour" of The House of Commons, visit the "House of Lords" and gain further understanding of the process of how laws are proposed, debated and then given Royal Assent.

Students were impressive as they debated a new law, which they proposed: The abolishion of cat calling/ wolf whistling in a public domain. 

I would like to thank all students for their excellent participation and outstanding knowledge of the various law making processes. Well done indeed, Year 13!

A reminder to all Criminology students that on Tuesday 23rd February at 1.00pm, we will be having our virtual tour of Freud's museum and will take part in a Dream Analysis workshop.

Mrs Critchley 

Tags: Information Curriculum Sixth Form