Before the lesson
- To begin to understand what happens when the law is broken
- PSHE Association’s Programme of Study for PSHE: Living in the wider world – L1. to recognise reasons for rules and laws; consequences of not adhering to rules and laws
Pupils needing extra support: Could work with a partner to take on one of the roles in the mock The examination of evidence by a judge and usually a jury, in order to decide whether or not the defendant it guilty or not guilty…..
Pupils working at greater depth: Challenge them to consider the Something that does not bear any resemblance or similarity to another thing…. between magistrates and The Crown Court is more formal than magistrates’ courts and the judge must wear a wig and gown. It is open to the public to attend and includes jury of 12 members of the public who decide whether you’re guilty or not guilty. The judge decides what sentence you are given if you are found guilty by the jury….. They could assume the role of the The judge listens to both sides of a court case, the defence and the prosecution, and makes the final decision regarding the guilt of the defendant….