It is valuable for all secondary school students, irrespective of the academic capabilities, to learn about the criminal justice system and, most importantly, the consequences of having a criminal record.

Following a talk, students may also like to attend a court visit (see section on Court Visits) so that they can see and hear first-hand a live adult magistrates court in action.

The options are endless and we are enthusiastic to work closely with schools to develop a talk that suits your needs.



For further information please contact the North Cheshire MIC Team via email:   enquiries@micncheshire.org.uk   or telephone 07764 313783




 

We have worked closely with a large number of secondary schools to help students with their curriculum programmes.  We like to explain the difference between judicial facts and the images portrayed on TV.

There is a range of options available to ensure that our  talk will enhance the curriculum and be of real benefit and interest to the students.   Some examples are:


 


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