MAKING LAWS

LOCATION: NOTTINGHAM

This interactive session is ideal for year 5 and 6 pupils. The activity gives an overview of how laws are made in the UK and looks at how both the House of Commons and the House of Lords work.

Students will get the opportunity to:

  • understand how laws are made in parliament
  • consider why we need laws
  • gain an understanding of key debating techniques
  • experience a parliamentary style debate

Curriculum links: SMSC including British Values, PSHE and English including Spoken Language


Suitable forKey Stage 2
LocationNational Justice Museum, Nottingham
Key skills enhanced includeProblem-solving, critical thinking and analysis, public speaking and debating.
DurationOne hour
Number of studentsGet in touch for more information
Cost£7.50 per student
BookingEmail education@nationaljusticemuseum.org.uk or call 0115 993 9811


Thank you so much for a fantastic day at the courts. It was an extremely informative, interactive and enjoyable morning.

Manchester Muslim Prep School

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