A range of resources are available to help with an introductory series of sessions of UK politics. The BBC website is a good starting point for some flipped learning in advance of the lesson for students to begin to grasp some of the basic material:
Discover More Guide to Parliament
Parliament UK also have a very useful illustrated guide on The Houses of Parliament
Discover More Houses of Parliament: an illustrated guide
Which can be used before moving on specifically to look at the work of Select Committees here:
Discover More Commons Select Committee video
Also, did you know that school visits can be subsidised by up to 75% depending on the location of your centre?:
Discover More Elections and Voting tour and workshop
There are a range of workshops available and where
possible, students are given the opportunity to meet with the MP for their constituency. Subsidy information can be found here:
Discover More School transport subsidy
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