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Diversity and Parliament, Black History Month
A series of videos and a teachers' pack exploring diversity at Parliament
What is Government? With Danny Wallace
AGES 11-19, VIDEO, CITIZENSHIP, PARLIAMENT AND GOVERNMENT
What is Government? Find out with author and journalist Danny Wallace.
AGES 7-POST 16
A toolkit containing everything you need to run your own election!
What is the House of Lords? Video
This resource explores what the House of Lords is and how it has evolved over time.
What is the House of Commons? Video
Animation exploring the history, role, work and membership of the House of Commons and how it holds the Government to account.
Who is in the House of Lords?
Explore who is in the House of Lords and the different routes towards joining the House with this animated video and activity pack.
General elections, secondary assembly
Use this presentation to teach your secondary pupils about general elections.
Collapsed timetable day, general elections
Create a collapsed timetable day focusing on the theme of general elections using this resource.
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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