Learn Live

Learn Live

Join the team from UK Parliament for a series of fun, interactive learning sessions online.

About the sessions

Learn Live is a fun, interactive approach to engage pupils with the work of the UK Parliament. Each session lasts around 35 minutes and can be streamed on a whiteboard with a reliable internet connection. It’s up to you how many pupils, classes or year groups join in. Make sure your pupils can hear the session, as they will be asked to discuss specific questions throughout.  

Watch free online and join in by sharing your students' work with us via Twitter @UKParlEducation.

Theme: General Elections (Secondary)

We’ll be running a General Election themed live session for secondary schools on Friday 22 November. During the session we'll be asking experts from the House of Commons Library about voting and elections.

Sign up and we’ll send you the YouTube link - one hour before the broadcast you'll receive an email with a link to the session.

Join live: Friday 22 November 2019, 2pm

Theme: Votes for Women

We’ll be running our votes for women themed live session on Thursday 28 November. During the session we'll be exploring the history of the campaign for universal suffrage.

Sign up and we’ll send you the YouTube link - one hour before the broadcast you'll receive an email with a link to the session.

Join live: Thursday 28 November 2019, 2pm

Theme: General Elections (Primary)

We’ll be running a General Election themed live session for primary schools on Friday 6 December. During the session we'll be asking experts from the education team about voting and elections.

Sign up and we’ll send you the YouTube link - one hour before the broadcast you'll receive an email with a link to the session.

Join live: Friday 6 December 2019, 2pm

 

Download resources to support your session

Campaigning: Session guide and worksheet

Campaigning: Session guide and worksheet

Votes for Women: Session guide and worksheet

Votes for Women: Session guide and worksheet

General elections (primary): session guide

General elections (primary): session guide

General elections (secondary): session guide

General elections (secondary): session guide