SECONDARY SCHOOLS

As KS3 and KS4 are capable of absorbing technical information and have more advanced scientific understanding, the workshops we deliver to secondary school students analyse crimes in detail, and allow for more experimentation and ownership within the forensic techniques we introduce.

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SECONDARY SCHOOLS

“Who Dunnit” CSI STEAM workshops

At Think Forensic we appreciate one size does not fit all and that every student is different. That is why we have designed our “Who dunnit” CSI workshop so that it can be tailored for everyone from special needs through to high achievers.

As well as stimulating an interest in STEM and enhancing the curriculum, the sessions also designed to encourage interaction and teambuilding, develop personal confidence and investigative skills.

FAQ  

Who? 11 to 16 plus.

How many? Up to 30 at a time.

Where? In school or organisation. Duration? A full of half day.

For more information click here: Who dunnit information

 

TYPICAL EXPERIMENTS INCLUDE:

Hair, fibre and latent fingerprint analysis, working with blood deposits and spatters, paint layering and soil analysis, chromatography, interpretation of wound patterns, and the application of ESLA.

As students start making choices pertaining to their future and adult careers, our workshops are particularly helpful for those considering any science-based subject, offering a window into certain roles and career paths.

What our clients say

When we did finger printing we all thought it was fab. We all found it very interesting and fun, everyone went on about it all day.

Year 8 Students Rawmarsh School

The best bit about the finger printing session was seeing all the swirls and lines and things in your fingers. It was very interesting and fantastic to learn about.

Year 8 Students Rawmarsh School

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