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Referendums discussion activity
KS4-5, GOVERNMENT & POLITICS
Use this teaching resource with your students to explore the arguments for and against referendums.
Race Relations Act 1965 source pack
KS3-4, LESSON PLAN, HISTORY, CITIZENSHIP
Explore the UK's first Race Relations Act with this lesson plan and accompanying sources.
Diversity and Parliament: Black History Month
KS2-5, CITIZENSHIP, HISTORY, PSHE
A series of videos and a teachers' pack exploring diversity at Parliament
Human Rights Around the World
GOVERNMENT & POLITICS, LESSON PLAN
Explore differences in human rights levels around the world with this lesson plan.
Civil liberties and personal freedoms - discussion activity
Use this resource to explore issues of individual freedom and civil liberties with your students.
Human rights - debating activity
KS4-5, GOVERNMENT & POLITICS, LESSON PLAN
Hold a debate on human rights chosen from a range of topics.
Scottish devolution source materials activity
KS5, GOVERNMENT & POLITICS, WORKSHEET
This source materials activity allows students to explore devolution in the UK and the relationship between the Scottish and UK Parliaments.
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