Bristol

Reformed “Career Criminal” Speaks About Restorative Justice at Clifton College

Clifton College,

Sixth form pupils at Clifton College, Bristol, heard how a notorious “career criminal” turned his life around because of an innovative rehabilitation technique called restorative justice

Peter Woolf, a prolific offender who committed an estimated 20,000 crimes across the UK, discussed his life and unique story to more than 300 sixth form pupils at the College’s Redgrave Theatre. He gave his life story: from growing up around petty criminals and wassent to Wandsworth Prison at 17, and to becoming a career criminal and finally turning his life around after a chance encounter with one of his victims. 

ST. BEDE’S SWEEPS THE BOARD AT YOUNG ENTERPRISE AWARDS

“Team Azzurro”, comprising Year 10 and Year 11 students, won four awards out of a possible nine at the Young Enterprise Bristol and South Gloucestershire Area Final at Kingsweston House.

The team picked up the overall Bristol Team Award plus Best Innovation, Best Company Report and Best Company Programme. It will now go forward to compete in the South West regional final, being held in Cornwall on 19th June.