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Votes for Women Part 2, lesson plan and assembly
In the second part of this audio drama, Lady Constance Lytton endures the harsh treatment that many Suffragettes experienced in prison.
Votes for Women Part 1, lesson plan and assembly
This audio drama brings to life the story of the Suffragettes following Lady Constance Lytton as she protests for women’s right to vote.
The Gunpowder Plot Part 2, lesson plan and assembly
Listen to this re-enactment of the conspirators plotting to blow up Parliament, with original illustrations.
The Gunpowder Plot Part 1, lesson plan and assembly
This audio drama re-enacts the story of the Gunpowder Plot with original supporting illustrations.
An Introduction to Parliament primary video
A short video animation introducing Parliament that can also be viewed in chapters – Parliament’s structure, elections, making laws, your voice.
What is the UK Parliament? Lesson plan
UK Parliament Week resources including five lesson plans created in partnership with Twinkl.
Houses of History interactive timeline
This animated timeline explores 50 key British historical events from 1099 to the modern day.
General Elections primary assembly
AGES 7-11, ASSEMBLY, CITIZENSHIP
Use this assembly resource to explain what a general election is to younger pupils
Voting Rights in the UK - assembly
AGES 11-14, ASSEMBLY PLAN, VOTES FOR WOMEN
Use this assembly plan to introduce students to the laws that granted equal voting rights to people in the UK.
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