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Our School Trip to the Houses of Parliament, 5-7 booklet
INTRODUCTION TO PARLIAMENT
This fun story introduces pupils to the UK Parliament as they follow Oak Class on their school trip.
UK Parliament’s ABC
AGES 7-11, CITIZENSHIP, PSHE
Discover the ABC of Parliament with this wall display and resource created in partnership with Twinkl.
Get to know your UK Parliament, 11-14 booklet
CITIZENSHIP, INTRODUCTION TO PARLIAMENT
What does Parliament do? How is a law made? What is a select committee? How can you get involved? Your students will find answers to these – and other – important questions in this guide.
Find Your Way, post 16 booklet
MAKING LAWS, ELECTIONS, CONSTITUTION
Download this reference guide to Parliament for students post 16.
Discover the UK Parliament, 7-11 booklet
What is the UK Parliament? How is it different from the Government? Why do we need laws? Your pupils will find all the answers in this unique guide.
Your UK Parliament: the essentials guide, 14-16 booklet
The UK Parliament affects almost every aspect of your students lives. But what is it? How does it work? And how can they get their voice heard?
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