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Magna Carta assembly
Download a Magna Carta themed assembly plan
World War One and Parliament
Explore the role of Parliament as Britain entered WWI with re-enacted speeches, lesson plan and sources.
Race Relations Act 1965
Explore the UK's first Race Relations Act with this lesson plan and accompanying sources.
Diversity and Parliament, Black History Month
A series of videos and a teachers' pack exploring diversity at Parliament
Find Your Way, post 16 booklet
Download this reference guide to Parliament for students post 16.
Votes for Women Part 1, lesson plan and assembly
This audio drama brings to life the story of the Suffragettes following Lady Constance Lytton as she protests for women’s right to vote.
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.
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.
Gunpowder Plot PowerPoint, primary
Find out the real story behind why we light bonfires and fireworks every year.
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