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Debating in Parliament tour and workshop
KS3-5, SPRING TERM
See how it’s done, then have a go yourself!
Elections and voting workshop and tour
KS2-5, ALL YEAR ROUND
A workshop showing students how voting works and answering key questions such as what are elections and what is democracy?
Introduction to Parliament
A tour of the Houses of Parliament followed by an interactive quiz about the three parts of Parliament.
Making laws workshop and tour
A workshop and tour of the Houses of Parliament focusing on how laws are made.
Rights and Representation tour and workshop
KS3-5 students explore the emergence of representational democracy in the UK and the governance of contemporary Britain.
School tour of Parliament
A year-round programme of visits for UK students aged 7-18. Tour the awe-inspiring Palace of Westminster.
Schools transport subsidy
KS1-5, ALL YEAR ROUND
Groups of young people making Education Visits to Parliament from UK constituencies may be eligible for a transport subsidy
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.
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