What is Learn with the Lords: Question Time?
Learn with the Lords: Question Time is an online engagement event for students aged 14 to 18, to mark Women’s History Month.
We will be joined by Senior Parliamentary Archivist, Mari Takayanagi, who will share a brief history of women in the House of Lords. Using real parliamentary artefacts, Mari will reflect on the vital contributions that women, past and present, have made to the work of the House.
We will then be joined by Baroness Tanni Grey-Thompson, multi medal winning paralympic athlete and member of the House of Lords since 2010.
Baroness Grey-Thompson will share her experiences as a woman in politics, sport, and the media, by answering questions.
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How does the event work?
Learn with the Lords: Question Time will be broadcast on YouTube at 14:00 on Monday 27 March. You will be sent the joining link via email.
Don’t worry if you can’t watch live, the link with enable you to watch the session on catch-up until the end of the summer term.
You will need a laptop/tablet connected to a large screen with speakers. It’s up to your how many pupils and classes join in and watch.
What's in it for my students?
Participating in this event will bring the curriculum to life. For post-16 students of Government and Politics, Higher Modern Studies, History and Law, the event will provide curriculum-linked insight into the development of the House of Lords in the 20th Century.
For younger students, studying Citizenship, PSHE and British Values, the session will encourage reflection on the position of women in Parliament and society more widely.