- To understand the types of evidence that would be looked for at a crime scene and why this may be valuable.
- To understand why digital forensics can be useful in criminal cases. To think about the evidence at a crime scene more in depth- i.e. how this may be analysed within a laboratory and processed.
- To use what has been learned to formulate ideas and opinions about what may have happened and why- this involves looking at the physical evidence, time frames and motives of suspects collectively. This can then be used to ‘solve the crime’ and conclude a suspect with reasonable cause.
Please note this activity is capped at 30 pupils per session.
Unfortunately there currently is no online alternative for this session. However, our KS2 and KS4 Teacher’s Guides contain a series of lesson plans and supporting activities for you to deliver to your pupils. Please visit our Teacher’s Resources page in your dashboard.