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An Introduction to Parliament
AGES 7-16, WHITEBOARD RESOURCE, CITIZENSHIP
A guide to the House of Commons, House of Lords and monarch, and the difference between Parliament and government.
Civil liberties and personal freedoms
AGES 16-19, GOVERNMENT & POLITICS, LESSON PLAN
Use this resource to explore issues of individual freedom and civil liberties with your students.
Collapsed timetable day: General elections
AGES 11-16, COLLAPSED TIMETABLE DAY, GENERAL ELECTIONS
Create a collapsed timetable day focusing on the theme of general elections using this resource.
Debating resource: Create the Debate
AGES 11-19, ENGLISH, CITIZENSHIP
English teaching resources for KS3, KS4, or KS5 students wanting to improve their debating and communication skills.
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.
Diversity and Equality law in the UK
AGES 11-16, LESSON PLAN, CITIZENSHIP, PSHE
Use this resource to generate discussion about equality and the law in the UK and explore the effect laws have on society.
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
Emily Wilding Davison
AGES 5-11, LESSON PLAN, HISTORY, SUFFRAGETTES, SEND
Find out about Emily Wilding Davison, a significant person in history.
Find out about Parliament: Asking Questions
AGES 5-11, BOOKLET/PACK, CITIZENSHIP, PSHE, ENGLISH, SEND
Younger pupils learn about Parliament and explore the importance of asking questions through story, discussion and images.
Find out about Parliament: Voting
AGES 5-11, BOOKLET/PACK, CITIZENSHIP, VOTING, ENGLISH, SEND
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.
General Election in 60 Seconds
AGES 11-19, VIDEO, CITIZENSHIP, PSHE, GOVERNMENT & POLITICS
Use this short film as an introduction to how the General Election works.
AGES 7-11, ASSEMBLY, PSHE, CITIZENSHIP
Use this assembly resource to explain what a general election is to younger pupils
AGES 11-16, WORKSHEET, ENGLISH, CITIZENSHIP, PSHE, SEND
Citizenship teaching resource for KS3 and KS4 students wanting to improve their debating and research skills
How laws are made: Video
AGES 11-19, CITIZENSHIP, LAW, VIDEO
Introduce your students to the legislative process with this three-minute overview of how bills become laws.
How Parliament Works in 60 Seconds
Use this short film as an introduction to how Parliament works.
Human rights around the world
AGES 14-19, GOVERNMENT & POLITICS, LESSON PLAN
Explore differences in human rights levels around the world with this lesson plan.
Introduction to Parliament collapsed timetable day
AGES 11-16, INTRODUCTION TO PARLIAMENT
Create a collapsed timetable day focusing on the theme of UK Parliament using this new resource pack.
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