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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: What does Representing mean?
What does it mean to represent other people? Younger pupils can find out about the role of MPs through discussion, images and stories.
Find out about Parliament: Asking Questions
Younger pupils learn about Parliament and explore the importance of asking questions through story, discussion and images.
Campaigning, Making Change Happen
How laws are made, lesson plan
Use this lesson plan to look at Parliament's legislative role.
People and Parliament, lesson, presentation, and quiz
Teach your KS3 students how people become MPs and Peers.
Guy Fawkes and Bonfire Night, lesson plan
Use these key stage 2 lesson plans and supporting materials to teach students about Guy Fawkes and the Gunpowder Plot.
Diversity and Equality law in the UK
Use this resource to generate discussion about equality and the law in the UK and explore the effect laws have on society.
Citizenship teaching resource for KS3 and KS4 students wanting to improve their debating and research skills
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