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Crown and Parliament tour and workshop
KS2, SPRING TERM
This visit for KS2 students explores the changing relationship between the monarchy and UK Parliament over time.
Rights and Representation tour and workshop
KS3-5, SPRING TERM
KS3-5 students explore the emergence of representational democracy in the UK and the governance of contemporary Britain.
Making laws workshop and tour
KS2-5, ALL YEAR ROUND
A workshop and tour of the Houses of Parliament focusing on how laws are made.
Debating in Parliament tour and workshop
See how it’s done, then have a go yourself!
Adventurer's Tour of Parliament
Go on a secret mission to understand and explain Parliament and UK democracy!
Fire, Fire: The Rebuilding of Parliament tour and workshop
KS1, SPRING TERM
Design your own bit of Westminster, inspired by the old and new Parliament buildings.
State Opening of Parliament workshop and tour
Recreate this special day, when all three parts of Parliament come together.
Your Voice workshop and tour
KS2-3, ALL YEAR ROUND
Your Voice school workshops teach students about how their voice and the democratic system affects politics and government.
School tour of Parliament
A year-round programme of visits for UK students aged 7-18. Tour the awe-inspiring Palace of Westminster.
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