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Bookings day for spring term school visits
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Education Centre visits

Bookings day for spring term school visits to Parliament

This summer saw the launch of Parliaments brand new Education Centre, complete with Parliament-themed learning areas and an exciting Discovery space which immerses students in the Story of Parliament through 360 projection and sound technology. Book a school visit to the Centre between January and March 2016 by calling 0207 219 4496 on Thursday 24 September. Lines will open at 8:30am, and we can only take requests via telephone, not e-mail. Make sure you know what to expect beforehand by reading our information for bookings day.

Teachers' Institute

Apply now for January 2016 Teachers Institute

Applications for the January Teachers Institute (25 27 January) are now open. This unique, immersive three-day course in Westminster is free of charge and open to all UK teachers of Government & Politics, Citizenship and related subjects. Find out more and download the application form.

Introduction to Parliament video KS3-5

KS3-5 video introducing Parliament

An Introduction to Parliament animation explores the difference between Parliament and Government, how laws are made, elections and voting, and how to get involved.  It can be watched as a whole or in themed chapters.  This video is a great starting point for introducing the work and role of Parliament at key stage 3, 4 and A Level.

Teacher Seminar Days

Teacher training seminar days

Bookings are now being taken for our free autumn term seminar days in Westminster:

- 20 October for specialist teachers of A Level Government & Politics, Law, History and related subjects
- 27 October for trainee teachers of Citizenship, History and other related subjects
- 8 December for teachers of Citizenship, History and other related subjects.

Find out more and download the booking form.

Democracy Street

How democratic is your local area?

Democracy Street is a digital resource that can be used in the classroom to get your students thinking about connections between Parliament and their local area by exploring streets that have a connection to democracy. Use the website alongside the downloadable classroom activities with your key stage 2 and 3 students.

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Free teaching resources

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