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The General Election Explained
KS3-5, GOVERNMENT & POLITICS, CITIZENSHIP, VIDEO
This short film follows the progress of an election campaign right up to polling day and the formation of the coalition government.
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.
KS3-4, CITIZENSHIP, GAME
Play the role of Prime Minister and learn how laws are made.
An Introduction to Parliament - whiteboard resource
KS2-4, CITIZENSHIP, WHITEBOARD
Use this whiteboard resource as a guide to the House of Commons, House of Lords and monarch, and the difference between Parliament and government.
Create the Debate - debating resource
KS3-5, ENGLISH, CITIZENSHIP
English teaching resources for KS3, KS4, or KS5 students wanting to improve their debating and communication skills.
How laws are made - video
KS3-5, CITIZENSHIP, LAW, VIDEO
Introduce your students to the legislative process with this three-minute overview of how bills become laws.
Turning votes into seats - whiteboard resource
KS2-4, CITIZENSHIP, WHITEBOARD RESOURCE, WORKSHEET
A whiteboard resource for KS3-4 students explaining how votes in general elections translate into seats in the House of Commons.
MP For A Week game
This award-winning game drops students into the shoes of a backbench MP.
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