My Path is a creative walk through the criminal justice system. It showcases artworks from across Yorkshire which were submitted to the 2020 Koestler Awards for arts in criminal justice. Every work shown was made by someone in a prison, secure hospital, young offender institution or on probation.
It’s the most wonderful time of the year! Come and celebrate Christmas with us, explore the fairy lights, make a Christmas card and decorate our very own Christmas tree. We’ll read some of our favourite Christmas stories and sing some classic festive songs too.
Something spooky is happening in this sensory play session as we prepare for Halloween. Create some of your own ghoulish ghosts, set free some beastly bugs from their frozen cage and put your hand in wiggly worms, if you dare! Scary stories and terrifying tunes will also be a part of our spooktacular session.
It has been quite a year and a half for the NHS, so we’ll be celebrating them in our September sensory play session. Make bright and colourful rainbows and test out your bandaging skills. There’s been an emergency; can you get the ambulance to where it needs to be? There will be songs and stories too of course.
Meet suspicious characters, nefarious criminals and those that tracked them down as author Angela Buckley gives us a tantalising glimpse into the murky world of 19th century crime.
Do bones intrigue you? Do you marvel at the way scientists and archaeologists can identify people from skeletons? In this exclusive workshop you will be introduced to the fascinating world of forensic anthropology through the eyes of Dr Chris Aris, a forensic anthropology consultant with the University of Sheffield.
Focusing on the 19th century as a massive period of development in the field, former police surgeon and GP Dr Peter Moore will bring to life the theories and thinking that solved some of the most famous 19th century criminal cases.