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World War One source pack
KS3-5, CITIZENSHIP, HISTORY, GOVERNMENT & POLITICS, AUDIO, VIDEO, LESSON PLAN
Explore the role of Parliament as Britain entered WWI with re-enacted speeches, lesson plan and sources.
World War One source pack 2
How Parliament works in nearly 60 seconds
KS3-5, AUDIO, VIDEO, CITIZENSHIP
Use this short film as an introduction to how Parliament works.
Women and the Vote timeline - Houses of History
KS2-3, HISTORY, WHITEBOARD RESOURCE, WORKSHEET
Use this interactive timeline to follow key moments in the history of the Suffragettes and women's right to vote.
War and Conflict timeline - Houses of History
This interactive timeline will help students learn about war and conflict in the history of Parliament, including the Gunpowder Plot and the English Civil War.
Votes for Women 1: Stories from Parliament
KS2-3, HISTORY, AUDIO, VIDEO, LESSON PLAN, ASSEMBLY PLAN
This audio drama brings to life the story of the Suffragettes following Lady Constance Lytton as she protests for women’s right to vote.
What is Democracy? With Danny Wallace - video
KS3-4, CITIZENSHIP, VIDEO
Author and journalist Danny Wallace takes a light-hearted look in this short film at how the UK is governed.
How the General Election works in nearly 60 seconds
Use this short film as an introduction to how the General Election works.
KS3-5, GENERAL ELECTION, CITIZENSHIP, GOVERNMENT & POLITICS
A toolkit containing everything you need to run your own election!
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