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Magna Carta anniversary assembly plan
KS2-5, ASSEMBLY PLAN, THE EMERGENCE OF PARLIAMENT
Download a Magna Carta themed assembly plan
Magna Carta: Stories from Parliament
KS2-3, CITIZENSHIP, HISTORY, AUDIO, VIDEO, ASSEMBLY PLAN, LESSON PLAN
Discover the fascinating story of Magna Carta with this video drama and explore the first step in the emergence of Parliament.
Simon de Montfort: Stories from Parliament
Bring the story of Simon de Montfort and the 1265 Parliament to life with this video drama to explore the emergence of Parliament.
The fire of 1834: Stories from Parliament
KS2-3, HISTORY, AUDIO, VIDEO, LESSON PLAN, ASSEMBLY PLAN
Learn about the fire of 1834 that destroyed almost all of the original Palace of Westminster with this audio drama.
The Gunpowder Plot 1: Stories from Parliament
KS2-3, HISTORY, VIDEO, LESSON PLAN, ASSEMBLY PLAN
This audio drama re-enacts the story of the Gunpowder Plot with original supporting illustrations.
The Gunpowder Plot 2: Stories from Parliament
Listen to this re-enactment of the conspirators plotting to blow up Parliament, with original illustrations.
Votes for Women 1: Stories from Parliament
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.
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