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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.
Introduction to Parliament secondary, video
A short animation introducing Parliament. Can also be viewed in chapters – Parliament’s structure, elections, making laws, your voice.
General elections, secondary assembly
Use this presentation to teach your secondary pupils about general elections.
AGES 7-POST 16
A toolkit containing everything you need to run your own election!
Find out about Parliament: Voting
Younger pupils find out about voting through story, images and discussion, using this new resource pack.
Voting Rights in the UK assembly
Use this assembly plan to introduce students to the laws that granted equal voting rights to people in the UK.
Collapsed timetable day, general elections
Create a collapsed timetable day focusing on the theme of general elections using this resource.
Comparing elections in the UK and USA video
This 5 minute video introduces the key features of elections, democracy and representation in the USA.
People and Parliament, lesson, presentation, and quiz
Teach your KS3 students how people become MPs and Peers.
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