30/01/18 - 30/01/18
Tuesday 14:30 - 16:30
|Centre:||Sutton - Sutton|
Standard - £11.00
Concessionary - £11.00
What are the overall aims of the course?
In this session we will explore the history of corporal and capital punishment from the Anglo-Saxon period until the abolition of capital punishment in 1969. We will consider changes in the English judicial system, and the continued use of public corporal and capital punishments to regulate crime over time. What was the symbolic purpose of punishments like the scold’s bridle, the stocks and the gibbet? Using eye-witness accounts, we will examine why crowds flocked to public executions, how criminals behaved at the gallows, and why social attitudes towards capital and corporal punishment changed over time.
This session will include pictures, photographs, sources from the period, discussions, and a chance to ask any questions you may have about crime and punishment in England. ‘Gallows humour’ required.
What will I learn on the course?
Please see above.
Are there any entry requirements?
Do I need to attend a course approval interview/assessment before I can join this course? No.
How will I be taught?
Does the course have any features I should be aware of?
What do I need to bring with me to class?
Pen, Paper and folder.
How do I find out if I can get some support for my learning?
Additional Learning Support (ALS) may be made available for learners who, at the time of assessment and/or enrolment, declare a difficulty or disability that may affect their learning. Our service can support learners in English, maths, who are dyslexic, deaf or hearing impaired or who have evidence of other medical issues impacting on learning. Learners can also find information about financial and child care support from the Customer Enquiry Centre.
You will be issued with a Sutton College e-mail address, which will give you access to Sutton College’s Virtual Learning Environment, called VERA.
There is free guest Wi-Fi available in the College
Can I receive advice and guidance about further education opportunities and careers?
Yes. To find out more about what may be available to you please contact our Advice Team. See www.suttoncollege.ac.uk/college/advice-centre
What can I do after the course has finished?
List progression opportunities – especially similar courses we offer at Sutton College
What should I do if I have any questions?
If you can’t find the answer to your query on the College website, please contact the Customer Services Team on 0208 2894700 or complete an online query at www.suttoncollege.ac.uk/contact-us
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