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An Introduction to Parliament KS2 video
KS2, CITIZENSHIP, PARLIAMENT AND GOVERNMENT, VIDEO
A short animation introducing Parliament. Can also be viewed in chapters – Parliament’s structure, elections, making laws, your voice.
An Introduction to Parliament KS3-5 video
KS3-5, CITIZENSHIP, PARLIAMENT AND GOVERNMENT, VIDEO
DIY laws lesson plans
KS3, CITIZENSHIP, LESSON PLAN
Examine the law-making process with your students through discussion and debate, using these two downloadable lesson plans.
Parliament, laws and you: key stage 2 booklet
KS2, CITIZENSHIP, BOOKLET
A colourful booklet that uses the story of the fizzy drink, Froggypop, to show what Parliament does and how laws are made.
My Parliamentary Scrap Book: key stage 3 booklet
KS3, CITIZENSHIP, BOOKLET
My Parliamentary Scrap Book is a booklet for KS3 students covering key events relating to Parliament in a school year, from the State Opening of Parliament to school council elections.
The Tower of Power: key stage 4 booklet
KS4, CITIZENSHIP, BOOKLET
A magazine-style booklet that explains what happens in Parliament and how it is relevant to students' lives.
KS3-4, CITIZENSHIP, GAME
Play the role of Prime Minister and learn how laws are made.
Find Your Way: A level booklet
KS5, GOVERNMENT & POLITICS, CITIZENSHIP, BOOKLET
Download this reference guide to Parliament for A-Level Government and Politics students.
From Bill to Law - whiteboard resource
KS3-5, CITIZENSHIP, LAW, GOVERNMENT & POLITICS, WHITEBOARD
Test students’ knowledge of how laws are made and the roles played by the House of Commons, House of Lords and the Monarch.
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