Learn Live: A Guide to the House of Commons
In this session, students will be guided around the House of Commons by the Leader of the House, Jacob Rees-Mogg, and hear from other key figures who work in the Chamber. We’ll then be joined by Sarah Davies, Clerk Assistant, who will be answering questions submitted by you and your students.
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How does the event work?
Learn Live is a fun, interactive approach to engage pupils with the work of the UK Parliament. Each session lasts around 30 minutes and is streamed on YouTube.
Learn Live: A Guide to the House of Commons will be streamed at 2pm on Thursday 20th January. You will receive the link to the session by 12pm on the day, and the session will be available for catch up after the event.
You will have the chance to submit questions on behalf of your students in the sign-up form. The questions that are selected will be put to Sarah Davies during the event, and your school will get a shout out!
All you need to take part is a screen connected to speakers, and access to YouTube with reliable internet connection.
Who can take part?
Learn Live: A Guide to the House of Commons is open to all UK based schools, colleges and home education groups, and is suitable for ages 7-18.
It is up to you how many classes or year groups join in.
What's in it for my students?
By having their questions answered by the Sarah Davies, your young people will build an understanding of the vital role of the House of Commons in the UK Parliament. This unique and memorable learning experience will help you reach your curriculum aims.