Schools visiting this week

Find out which schools are visiting Parliament this week.

Schools visiting this week
Parliament's Education Service is delighted to welcome schools from across the UK throughout the year for a programme of tours and workshop. Visits are suitable for students aged 4-18.

Schools visiting Parliament this week:

09-Feb-15 St Stephens Community Primary School, Saltash  
09-Feb-15 North Oxfordshire Academy, Banbury    
09-Feb-15 Horton Grange Primary School, Blyth    
09-Feb-15 Claverham Community College, Battle    
09-Feb-15 Earlsfield Primary School, London    
09-Feb-15 Morelands Primary School, Waterlooville   
09-Feb-15 Ellenbrook Community Primary School, Manchester  
09-Feb-15 Compton C.E. Primary School, Newbury    
10-Feb-15 Pilgrims' Way Primary School, London    
10-Feb-15 Woolwich Polytechnic School for Boys, London   
10-Feb-15 Grangewood Independent School, London   
10-Feb-15 Edgewood Primary and Nursery School, Nottingham  
10-Feb-15 Colne Lord Street School, Colne    
  
10-Feb-15 Edgewood Primary and Nursery School, Nottingham  
11-Feb-15 Streatley C.E. Voluntary Controlled School, Reading  
11-Feb-15 Blessed Edward Oldcorne Catholic College, Worcester  
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11-Feb-15 Brettenham Primary School, London    
11-Feb-15 Northmead Junior School, Guildford    
11-Feb-15 Jamiatul Ummah School, London    
11-Feb-15 St Philip's Catholic Primary School, Smethwick   
11-Feb-15 The Magna Carta School, Staines    
12-Feb-15 Slated Row School, Milton Keynes    
12-Feb-15 Villiers High School, Southall     
12-Feb-15 Ulidia Integrated College, Carrickfergus   
12-Feb-15 Alif Academy, London     
12-Feb-15 Richmond Primary School, Sheerness    
12-Feb-15 Heston Community School, Hounslow    
12-Feb-15 St Augustine's Catholic High School: A Specialist Science College, Redditch
13-Feb-15 London East Academy, London    
13-Feb-15 St Anne's Catholic Primary School, Chertsey   
13-Feb-15 Buxton & Leek College (Leek Campus), Staffs   
    
13-Feb-15 Little Hill Primary School, Wigston 
 

Visit parliament

Our tour and workshop programmes enable pupils to examine aspects of Parliamentary process and practice and engage more actively in their democracy. Look out for our seasonal programmes exploring topical issues and historical subjects. More details can be found on our school visits page

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