Following our successful delivery of events in Scottish schools last year, we are delivering full-day and half-day forensic science events in parts of Scotland in 2018 between November 5 and November 14 at very competitive prices. Special CSI Whodunit Events delivered by professional forensic scientists. Who was responsible for the crime at the school? By examining the crime scene and carrying out a lot of forensic practical, step-by-step the answers are revealed with some big surprises. Fingerprints, shoe marks, blood patterns, DNA, document examination, physical fits, digital forensics and more. Then there is a dramatic role-play courtroom trial in which we find out if the evidence will produce a guilty verdict. Science, drama, role-play, teamwork, fun and laughs! The events can be tailored for any year group and are suitable for primary schools, secondary schools and independent schools. We have a proven track record in delivering exciting events with great science. For more information please email or ring.
Great news for schools and colleges wanting to deliver forensic science programmes at Level 3! The Department for Education has released the first stage of qualifications which will count towards performance tables in England for 2020 results. Pearson’s new BTEC Level 3 National in Forensic and Criminal Investigation is included in respect of the Diploma (720 GLH) and the Extended Diploma (1080 GLH).
Sci-High provide events and workshops at schools and colleges to support two of the programme units – Unit 4 Forensic Investigation Procedures in Practice; and Unit 10 Forensic Fire Investigation.
For the Forensic Investigation Procedures in Practice unit we provide full-day events based around the investigation of an aggravated burglary at the school or college. The event covers all the respects of a professional crime scene examination; forensic practical including blood patterns, fingerprints, physical fit evidence, document examination, paper chromatography, footwear marks, DNA, digital evidence, hair, paint and a weapon; and a role-play courtroom trial in which students take all the courtroom roles.
We also provide a large student workbook, the completion of which provides a strong basis for the preparation of assignments.
Do you want to give an additional boost to science at your primary school? Having an exciting CSI Whodunit Forensics Event from top provider Sci-High will do it! We deliver events specially designed for primary pupils.
Pupils solve a burglary at the school by examining the crime scene, carrying out lots of forensics practical and performing a role-play courtroom trial. Great science and loads of fun. Events can also include a presentation at an assembly.
Some pupils role-play the suspects, wearing costume, and explain, using scripts, why they are innocent of the crime. But who is not telling the truth? A crime scene examination is then carried out with pupils in full kit of white coverall suits, masks and gloves. The scientific practical that follows includes fingerprints, handwriting comparisons, chromatography and footwear marks. We provide all the resources.
Finally, there is a role-play courtroom trial in which pupils, in costume, find out whether or not the evidence is strong enough to produce a guilty verdict!
Benefits of the events are:
* they can be a cross-curricular initiative with literacy, numeracy and drama and can
form a basis for many follow-up activities
* they offer many photographic opportunities and can be used to publicise science at
your school through the press, on the school website and in newsletters
* they demonstrate innovation to parents and governors
* they provide expert CPD and support to your science leader
* they provide ideas for activities at your science club
* they demonstrate a science initiative as part of whole-school development
* we can provide free ongoing consultancy on delivering forensic science activities.
We receive excellent feedback and deliver large numbers of repeat events at primary schools we have visited. We will not frighten anybody – we will show just how powerful and exciting science is! Events are provided for all year groups and are presented by forensics professionals with excellent communication skills with pupils. Enhanced DBS and safe systems documentation can be provided. Very competitive prices. For more information please ring email firstname.lastname@example.org or ring 07717 822078. Sci-High Science Events www.scihigh.co.uk.
Are you looking for a corporate team building event that is exciting and great fun and which really demonstrates all the important aspects of what it takes to work effectively in a team? Our CSI Whodunit Events meet all these requirements. Attendees work in teams to solve a crime using forensics – including everyone wearing the white protective suits – looking at a wide range of evidence. No previous CSI experience required! After some amazing twists and turns in the storyline there is a role-play courtroom trial in full costume with delegates playing the judge, jury, barrister, accused, witnesses and police officer. The trial is full of humour and lets creativity run wild. The event can be a friendly competition between teams or a challenge for one big team. We can provide an input on our ideas about team working if you wish. Here is what the latest group we worked with told us:
‘I just wanted to say a huge thank you for the event you ran for us. The whole team had a fantastic time and were very complimentary about the way you ran the event and tailored it to the specific audience. It was an absolutely brilliant team-building day and I would recommend it to anyone looking for something interesting and different, and suited to all ages and personalities’.
For more information please email email@example.com or ring 07717 822078. Sci-High Events, www.scihigh.co.uk.