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Criminology students design prison solutions for Sussex

13 July 2021

Worthing College criminology students have been showing off their creativity.

Following on from the success of ‘The Big Serial Killer Project’ of December 2020, the students were once again rose to the challenge when tasked with their ‘Independent Prisons Project’ – a vital project which provides valuable preparation for related content in unit four (Crime & Punishment).

They demonstrated enthusiasm, commitment and creativity after being tasked with designing and innovative prison which could serve both East and West Sussex, catering to range of offender categories.

The top three designs in each class received a rosette and the class winners also received a copy of the book ‘Inside Broadmoor’ by Jonathan Levi & Emma French.

This project prepares them for related content in Unit 4 Crime and Punishment. 

In first place were: Honey Stone, Alfie Gunner, Ellie Patroklou, Juliette Oakes,  Georgia Upperton and Grace Hawkins.

Second places were awarded to: Josie Smith, Meda Volkova, Miriam Eisa, Alfie Huggett, Isabelle Harrison-Horn and Saffron Foley.

Third places went to: Sola Hodgson, Alexandra Sandekova, Rosie Raynsford-Dyer, George Bautista, Aby Gillingham and Lewis Ifould.

​Honourable mentions for effort go out to: Henry Hodson, Gemma Roberts, Lily Wells, Owen Bradley, Mackenzie Stobart, Sian Santineer, Isla Ford, Amelia Calder, Beth Formby, Elliot Burgess, George Burke, Sophie Croft, Emily Johnston, Zachary Luke, Lauren Keogh, Libby Mallock, Will Ovenden, Ceris Richards, Lilly Summers, Tayler Williams, Danielle Richards, Kezzie Kenward, Yasmin Miller, Seth Hayward, Carrick Howard, Millie Hooper-Brown, Lucy Heryet, Sophie Stafford, Amber Loisy, Keisha Dann-Brown.

Congratulations to all of the Year 12 Criminology students.