Introduction to Parliament Assembly

Introduction to Parliament Assembly
Parliament's Education Outreach team can inspire and engage your students in their political literacy lessons by running workshops in schools around the county.

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About the Assembly

 

This fun, interactive Introduction to Parliament assembly will be delivered to your school by one of our Regional Outreach Officers. Assemblies can be for the whole school or year group and are generally 30 minutes in length, but this can be flexible subject to your requirements. Assemblies are available for pupils aged 7 - 18.

 

Content Covered

 

For all Ages

  • Understand the three parts of Parliament
  • Consider why we have Parliament 
  • Reflect that it is their Parliament and they can be involved
  • Recall who their MP is

 

For ages 11 - 16

  • Explore how Parliament makes laws
  • Identify differences between Parliament and Government
  • Accessing e-Petitions

 

For ages 16 - 18

  • The role of  committees and Parliament

 

Learning Links

 

England

Citizenship, British Values, PSHE and Government & Politics

 

Northern Ireland

Local and Global Citizenship

 

Scotland

National Modern Studies 4 and 5, Democracy in Scotland and the United Kingdom units

 

Wales

Global Citizenship, Personal and Social Education Framework

 

Enquire about a Visit

 

Enquire about a visit by completing an expression of interest form. We reserve the right to prioritise certain requests to guarantee a proportionate geographic and demographic split of visitors.

 

For any other enquiries about our outreach visits, please contact [email protected].

 

 

 

 

 

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