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KS3-5, GENERAL ELECTION, CITIZENSHIP, GOVERNMENT & POLITICS
A toolkit containing everything you need to run your own election!
How the General Election works in nearly 60 seconds
KS3-5, AUDIO, VIDEO, CITIZENSHIP
Use this short film as an introduction to how the General Election works.
How Parliament works in nearly 60 seconds
Use this short film as an introduction to how Parliament works.
Stories from Parliament: Magna Carta
KS2-3, CITIZENSHIP, HISTORY, AUDIO, VIDEO, ASSEMBLY PLAN, LESSON PLAN
Discover the fascinating story of Magna Carta with this video drama and explore the first step in the emergence of Parliament.
The State Opening of Parliament in pictures
KS2-4, CITIZENSHIP, IMAGE SLIDESHOW
A slideshow of images showing the tradition of the annual State Opening of Parliament.
Parliament, laws and you: key stage 2 booklet
KS2, CITIZENSHIP, BOOKLET
A colourful booklet that uses the story of the fizzy drink, Froggypop, to show what Parliament does and how laws are made.
KS2, CITIZENSHIP, LESSON PLAN, WORKSHEET
Enable your KS2 students to learn more about budgeting on a personal and national level with this free downloadable lesson plan.
Stories from Parliament: Simon de Montfort
Bring the story of Simon de Montfort and the 1265 Parliament to life with this video drama to explore the emergence of Parliament.
People and Parliament lesson plan
KS3, CITIZENSHIP, LESSON PLAN, QUIZ, WORKSHEET
Teach your KS3 students how people become MPs and Peers.
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