During the CSI: Doncaster expedition a “murder” scenario was introduced which was written alongside Chief Detective Superintendent Richard Kerman. This established a sense of realism to the detective and forensic work and added authenticity to the expedition.
An in depth discussion of the pathology with a Surgeon of Maxiofacial surgery Mr Pete Brotherton was also part of this experience which led the narrative of the closing weeks of the expedition, as students tested and located evidence. Students completed a blood test and a blood splatter pattern analysis as part of this process in their attempt to find evidence to convict the suspects.
The students then produced an MG3A form which is the official title of the form used when convicting a non guilty plea. The students had to fill in the form with their summarised evidence of the case in preparation for presentation to the final expert, a barrister, in the hope of conviction.
Here are a couple completed by some of our students…
Last term year 8 students completed the expedition CSI Doncaster where they looked at a fictional murder case with the end product being a presentation. They had to present their findings and evidence to their parents and the three experts.
Well done to Sabaa, Dalton, Cole, Emily & Chloe (aged 12 & 13) who did this amazing presentation…
The presentation of learning for the year 8 expedition CSI Doncaster is scheduled for next week.
8 Skipper is Wednesday night (11th May) from 4.00 to 5.00 and Admiral is 4.00 – 5.00 on the Thursday night (12th May).
The Students have spent the expedition answering the guiding question ” How did Neilson, Boyce and Salmon kill Lee Freeman, and how do we prove it?” They would now like to share with you, the jury, their summary of evidence.