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Acts of Parliament: Timeline Challenge - whiteboard resource
KS2-5, HISTORY, WHITEBOARD RESOURCE
Introduce students to key legislation that has improved voting rights, education and working hours with this quiz style whiteboard resource.
History of Parliamentary Democracy timeline - Houses of History
KS2-3, HISTORY, WHITEBOARD RESOURCE, WORKSHEET
Use this interactive timeline to show students the achievements of the campaign to get votes for all men and women, including the three Reform Acts.
Houses of History timeline - all themes
KS2-4, HISTORY, WHITEBOARD RESOURCE, WORKSHEET
This animated timeline explores 50 key British historical events from 1099 to the modern day.
The Dearsley Window: art resource - key stage 2
KS2, ART, HISTORY, VIDEO, LESSON PLAN
This pack looks at the story of the Suffragettes, as depicted in a series of contemporary stained glass windows in the Palace of Westminster.
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.
Votes for Women 2: Stories from Parliament
In the second part of this audio drama, Lady Constance Lytton endures the harsh treatment that many Suffragettes experienced in prison.
Women and the Vote timeline - Houses of History
Use this interactive timeline to follow key moments in the history of the Suffragettes and women's right to vote.
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