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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.
Find out about Parliament: Voting
AGES 5-11, BOOKLET/PACK, CITIZENSHIP, 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?
AGES 5-11, BOOKLET/PACK, CITIZENSHIP, PSHE
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
AGES 5-11, BOOKLET/PACK, CITIZENSHIP
Younger pupils learn about Parliament and explore the importance of asking questions through story, discussion and images.
Order a Parliament Loan Box
AGES 7-14, BOOKLET/PACK, CITIZENSHIP
UK Parliament’s loan box scheme provides students aged 7-14 with the resources and props to bring the work of Parliament to life.
What is the UK Parliament?
AGES 7-11, LESSON PLAN, PSHE, CITIZENSHIP
UK Parliament Week resources including five lesson plans created in partnership with Twinkl.
Votes for Women Part 2: Stories from Parliament
AGES 7-14, VIDEO, LESSON & ASSEMBLY PLAN
In the second part of this audio drama, Lady Constance Lytton endures the harsh treatment that many Suffragettes experienced in prison.
Votes for Women Part 1: Stories from Parliament
AGES 7-14, VIDEO, LESSON AND ASSEMBLY PLAN, HISTORY
This audio drama brings to life the story of the Suffragettes following Lady Constance Lytton as she protests for women’s right to vote.
AGES 7-11, LESSON PLAN, WHITEBOARD RESOURCE, ENGLISH, PSHE, CITIZENSHIP
Pupil Parliament is a news report and speech writing resource and includes videos, lesson plans and interactive whiteboard slides.
Making Change Happen: Campaigning
AGES 7-11, LESSON PLAN, CITIZENSHIP
Magna Carta - 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.
Houses of History timeline - all themes
AGES 7-16, HISTORY, WHITEBOARD RESOURCE
This animated timeline explores 50 key British historical events from 1099 to the modern day.
AGES 7-11, ASSEMBLY, CITIZENSHIP
Use this assembly resource to explain what a general election is to younger pupils
Discover the UK Parliament, 7-11 booklet
CITIZENSHIP, INTRODUCTION TO PARLIAMENT
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.
An Introduction to Parliament - primary
AGES 7-11, VIDEO, CITIZENSHIP, PARLIAMENT & GOVERNMENT
A short video animation introducing Parliament that can also be viewed in chapters – Parliament’s structure, elections, making laws, your voice.
Magna Carta - assembly plan
AGES 7-19, ASSEMBLY PLAN, EMERGENCE OF PARLIAMENT
Download a Magna Carta themed assembly plan
MOCK ELECTION, DEMOCRACY, VOTING
A toolkit containing everything you need to run your own election!
Diversity and Parliament: Black History Month
AGES 7-19, VIDEO, CITIZENSHIP, HISTORY, PSHE
A series of videos and a teachers' pack exploring diversity at Parliament
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