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AGES 7-POST 16
A toolkit containing everything you need to run your own election!
How it Works: Parliament, Government, Democracy and You 16-18 booklet
Download this guide to Parliament for students post 16.
Get to know your UK Parliament, 11-14 booklet
What does Parliament do? How is a law made? What is a select committee? How can you get involved? Your students will find answers to these – and other – important questions in this guide.
Your UK Parliament: the essentials guide, 14-16 booklet
CITIZENSHIP, INTRODUCTION TO PARLIAMENT
The UK Parliament affects almost every aspect of your students lives. But what is it? How does it work? And how can they get their voice heard?
Order a Parliament Loan Box
UK Parliament’s loan box scheme provides students aged 7-14 with the resources and props to bring the work of Parliament to life.
Introduction to Parliament secondary, video
A short animation introducing Parliament. Can also be viewed in chapters – Parliament’s structure, elections, making laws, your voice.
Find out about Parliament: Voting
Younger pupils find out about voting through story, images and discussion, using this new resource pack.
Find out about Parliament: Asking Questions
Younger pupils learn about Parliament and explore the importance of asking questions through story, discussion and images.
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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