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Comparing elections in the UK and USA, 16-18 video
This 5 minute video introduces the key features of elections, democracy and representation in the USA.
Discover the UK Parliament, 7-11 booklet
What is the UK Parliament? How is it different from the Government? Why do we need laws? Your pupils will find all the answers in this unique guide.
Diversity and Parliament, 7-18 resources
A series of videos and a teachers' pack exploring diversity at Parliament
AGES 7-POST 16
A toolkit containing everything you need to run your own election!
Emily Wilding Davison, assembly and lesson plan
Find out about Emily Wilding Davison, a significant person in history.
Equality and Diversity secondary resources
Use this resource to generate discussion about equality and the law in the UK and explore the effect laws have on society.
Find out about Parliament: Asking Questions
Younger pupils learn about Parliament and explore the importance of asking questions through story, discussion and images.
Find out about Parliament: What does Representing mean?
What does it mean to represent other people? Younger pupils can find out about the role of MPs through discussion, images and stories.
First Mass Petition, Votes for Women
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.
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