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AGES 7-19, ASSEMBLY PLAN, EMERGENCE OF PARLIAMENT
Download a Magna Carta themed assembly plan
A Brief History of Representation in Nearly 60 Seconds
AGES 11-19, VIDEO, CITIZENSHIP, HISTORY
This short film introduces students to the history of representation.
Houses of History: Journey to Democracy
AGES 7-14, WHITEBOARD RESOURCE, THE EMERGENCE OF PARLIAMENT
The United Kingdom's journey to democracy is set out in this interactive Houses of History timeline resource which begins with the 1215 Magna Carta.
The National Archives Magna Carta Interactive Resource
AGES 11-19, HISTORY, MAGNA CARTA
Parliament and The National Archives have collaborated to deliver this interactive online resource
AGES 14-19, HISTORY, CITIZENSHIP, PSHE
Test students' knowledge on the history or the business of Parliament in these quizzes.
Simon de Montfort: Stories from Parliament - video
AGES 7-14, HISTORY, VIDEO, LESSON PLAN
Bring the story of Simon de Montfort and the 1265 Parliament to life with this video drama exploring the emergence of Parliament.
Magna Carta: Stories from Parliament - video
AGES 7-14, HISTORY, ASSEMBLY & LESSON PLAN
Discover the fascinating story of Magna Carta with this video drama and explore the first step in the emergence of Parliament.
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