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COMMUNITY PROJECT ON CRIMINAL DAMAGE

PCSO Tony Wojnarowski has been working with Class 5 this term. He wants to get the message across to them that Criminal Damage affects the whole community and how important it is for them to understand their responsibilities within the law. Once young people are 10 years old, they are responsible for their own actions, not their parents - including acts of Criminal Damage.

 

The children devised their own questions an interviewed local business people about how acts of Criminal Damage have affected their property and also their lives.

 

Special guests and families have been invited to Class 5's Community Project Assembly on Criminal Damage, where the children will dramatise the effects and consequences on the whole community, when such crime is committed.

Researching Criminal Damage in the Community

Researching Criminal Damage in the Community 1
Researching Criminal Damage in the Community 2
Researching Criminal Damage in the Community 3
Researching Criminal Damage in the Community 4
Researching Criminal Damage in the Community 5
Back in Class 5, each group reported their findings back to the other groups; there were some interesting results!
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