Emily Wilding Davison

Emily Wilding Davison

Find out about Emily Wilding Davison, a significant person in history.

Description

The word ‘suffrage’ means having the right to vote in political elections. The suffragettes were women who campaigned for this right.

In this presentation pupils find out about Emily Wilding Davison, a suffragette who campaigned for equal rights for women.

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Learning Outcomes

This presentation can be used to support the history, literacy and PSHE curriculums.
Additionally this resource can be used in assemblies or at significant points in the year, for example to celebrate International Women’s Day.

Pupils will:

  • Find out that women have not always been allowed to vote in elections
  • Learn about the suffragettes movement and some of the methods they used to draw attention to their campaign
  • Know who Emily Wilding Davison was and how she died
  • Have an opportunity to discuss issues of fairness and equality.

 

Resource

Emily Wilding Davison (SEND accessible)

Emily Wilding Davison (SEND accessible)

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Emily Wilding Davison PowerPoint

Emily Wilding Davison PowerPoint

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Protests and Demonstrations PowerPoint

Protests and Demonstrations PowerPoint

Images of protests and demonstrations from now and in the past.

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SEND accessible lesson plan.

SEND accessible lesson plan.

Use with SEND pupils

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Similarities and Differences worksheet

Similarities and Differences worksheet

Images of the House of Commons Chamber.

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