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Order a Parliament loan box
AGES 7-14, CITIZENSHIP, LESSON PLAN
Parliament’s loan box scheme provides key stage 2 and 3 students with the resources and props to bring the work of Parliament to life.
MP For A Week game
AGES 11-16, CITIZENSHIP, GAME
This game gives young people a virtual taste of life as a Member of Parliament
AGES 11-19, GENERAL ELECTION, CITIZENSHIP
A toolkit containing everything you need to run your own election!
Collapsed Timetable Day - Introduction to Parliament
AGES 11-16, COLLAPSED TIMETABLE DAY, INTRODUCTION TO PARLIAMENT
Create a collapsed timetable day focusing on the theme of UK Parliament using this new resource pack.
What is the House of Lords? - video
AGES 11-19, GOVERNMENT & POLITICS
This resource explores what the House of Lords is and how it has evolved over time.
Collapsed Timetable Day - General Elections
AGES 11-16, COLLAPSED TIMETABLE DAY, GENERAL ELECTIONS
Create a collapsed timetable day focusing on the theme of general elections using this resource.
AGES 14-19, HISTORY, CITIZENSHIP, PSHE
Play a different quiz each week on the history or the business of Parliament.
History of Parliamentary Democracy timeline - Houses of History
AGES 7-14, HISTORY, WHITEBOARD RESOURCE
Use this interactive timeline to show students the achievements of the campaign to get votes for all men and women, including the three Reform Acts.
Who is in the House of Lords? - video
Explore who is in the House of Lords and the different routes towards joining the House with this animated video and activity pack.
People and Parliament - lesson, presentation, quiz
AGES 11-14, LESSON PLAN, QUIZ, WORKSHEET
Teach your KS3 students how people become MPs and Peers.
General election 2017 assembly resource
AGES 7-11, PSHE, CITIZENSHIP, ASSEMBLY
Use this assembly resource to explain what a general election is to younger pupils
General Election in nearly 60 seconds
AGES 11-19, AUDIO, VIDEO, CITIZENSHIP
Use this short film as an introduction to how the General Election works.
Diversity, Equality & the Law in the UK
AGES 11-16, CITIZENSHIP, PSHE
Use this resource to generate discussion about equality and the law in the UK and explore the effect laws have on society.
EU referendum discussion activities
AGES 14-19, GOVERNMENT & POLITICS
Use this resource in the run up to the EU referendum to generate discussion around the topic.
Votes for Women: the first mass petition
AGES 11-16, HISTORY, ENGLISH, CITIZENSHIP
This interactive teaching resource provides students with the opportunity to explore the suffrage movement from its beginnings in 1866 up to equal voting rights in 1928.
Find out about Parliament: Voting
AGES 5-11, CITIZENSHIP, VOTING, ENGLISH
Younger pupils find out about voting through story, images and discussion, using this new resource pack.
Find out about Parliament: What does representing mean?
AGES 5-11, CITIZENSHIP, PSHE, ENGLISH
What does it mean to represent other people? Younger pupils can find out about the role of MPs through discussion, images and stories.
Find out about Parliament: Asking Questions
Younger pupils learn about Parliament and explore the importance of asking questions through story, discussion and images.
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