Key Stage Three
Visit the Charles Dickens Museum and the National Justice Museum team at the Royal Courts of Justice for an immersive, cross-site study day. Students will learn all about Victorian life, crime and punishment, and enact a mock trial in a real, working courtroom. Teachers will also leave with a post-visit resource where students will debate the future of capital punishment in the Victorian era.
The mischievous Marley’s Ghost has trapped Scrooge’s heart deep inside a locked box! Can you help restore Scrooge’s humanity?
Join us on a tour around the Charles Dickens Museum from the comfort of your own classroom!
In this session, pupils investigate how Dickens’s celebrated and ever popular Christmas story has secured such an enduring place in our hearts, with adaptations on stage, screen and print.
In this session pupils will explore this celebrated book as well as excerpts from his non-fiction writing, in order to explore poverty in the Victorian era and Dickens’s life and work as a social reformer.
Discover where Charles Dickens lived, wrote and entertained as you explore his Bloomsbury family home.
Designed for SEND students, this session explores the family home of Charles Dickens where he lived, wrote and entertained.