What's on offer

UK Parliament offers an exciting programme of online sessions, award winning resources and professional development. Find out what's on offer for your group.

We are delighted that UK Parliament is a finalist in four categories in the School Travel Awards 2021!

The categories are: Best Heritage Venue, Best UK Destination or Attraction, Best Education Workshops and Best Venue for History Learning.

Find out more about the School Travel Awards

The Speaker of the House of Commons on a video call.

Ask the Speaker

Ask the Speaker is a live Q&A session where pupils aged 7 to 18 can put their questions to Sir Lindsay Hoyle, the Speaker of the House of Commons and MP for Chorley.

Apply for an Ask the Speaker session
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Join the UK Parliament Teacher Network

The UK Parliament Teacher Network is a UK-wide professional network of teachers who regularly teach about UK Parliament, or intend to.

Find out more and join the UK Parliament Teacher Network
A picture of the 2019 Private Members' Bill Ballot being drawn.

Learn with the Lords: Private Members’ Bill Ballot

Your students will watch a short presentation given by the Lords legislation team, before watching the ballot be drawn live.

Sign up for Learn with the Lords: Private Members’ Bill Ballot

Book an online workshop for your school

Open to primary or secondary schools, live sessions last approximately one hour and are delivered by staff from the UK Parliament.

Learn with the Lords: Online

A unique opportunity for your class to put their questions to a member of the House of Lords in a live Q&A session. Expressions of interest open for Summer term 2021.

Book a Learn with the Lords session
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Free education services for teachers and schools

Free education services for teachers and schools from UK Parliament

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