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Political speed debating
KS2, ALL YEAR ROUND
Year 6 students meet with a range of political figures to ask questions and chat informally with members of both Houses of Parliament.
Student Parliament debates
KS3-5, SPRING TERM, SUMMER TERM
Students gain a fantastic insight into how Parliament works as they run their own debate in the Palace of Westminster.
To Kill a King workshop
KS3, SPRING TERM
Opportunity for key stage 3 students to follow in the footsteps of King Charles I through his trial, sentencing and execution.
Making laws workshop and tour
KS2-5, ALL YEAR ROUND
A workshop and tour of the Houses of Parliament focusing on how laws are made.
School tour of Parliament
A year-round programme of visits for UK students aged 7-18. Tour the awe-inspiring Palace of Westminster.
Elections and voting workshop and tour
A workshop showing students how voting works and answering key questions such as what are elections and what is democracy?
Your Voice workshop and tour
KS2-3, ALL YEAR ROUND
Your Voice school workshops teach students about how their voice and the democratic system affects politics and government.
A level select committee experience
KS5, ALL YEAR ROUND
A level students get the opportunity to explore the role of Parliament's select committees.
Schools transport subsidy
Groups of young people making Education Visits to Parliament from UK constituencies may be eligible for a transport subsidy
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