About Parliament Week 2016 visits
Applications for Parliament Week 2016 visits need to be submitted by an online application form available between 16 May and 10 June 2016.
These visits are available to UK schools only.
Programmes running during Parliament Week 2016
Tour and workshop 2 hr 15 min
Chance's Story: The Rebuilding of Parliament ( age 4 to 6)
Elections & Voting (age 7 - 18)
Making Laws (age 7 - 18)
Your Voice (age 7 - 18)
Crown & Parliament (age 7 - 11)
Chamber Chat (age 7 - 11)
People's Parliament (age 7 - 18)
Debating in Parliament (age 12 - 18)
Rights and Representation (age 16 - 18)
Film and Tour 1hr 30 min
Adventurer's Tour (age 7 - 11)
Story of Parliament (age 7 - 18)
Visiting times and information
Open to: UK pupils age 5-18 (Year 1-13 England & Wales, P1-Year 13 Northern Ireland and Primary 1-S6 Scotland)
Tour programmes – 1 ½ hours
Tour and workshop programmes – 2 ¼ hours
Monday 14-Thursday to 17 November 2016 inclusive
Earliest 9:15am Latest 3:15 pm (latest end time 5:30 pm)
Places per session: 32 (to include pupils and adults).
Due to limited spaces, we can only offer places for up to 32 participants per organisation for this programme.
Please ensure that you have the minimum adult:pupil ratio of 1:15 age 5-7 and 1:7 age 7-18, for safe supervision around the estate.
Due to high demand for our programmes, we ask for a minimum group size of 5 pupils and no more than 2 accompanying adults.
However, we welcome pupils with SEN - please contact us to discuss your requirements.
How to apply
Applications for Parliament Week 2016 visits need to be submitted by an online application form between Monday 16 May and Friday 10 June 2016.
Places will be offered through a random ballot, prioritising organisations that have not visited Parliament before.
All applicants (successful or not) will be notified by Friday 1 July 2016.
Information to help you plan a safe visit
Map of the Parliamentary estate