We are incredibly happy to be partnering with the Houses of Parliament Restoration and Renewal Programme. πŸ‘‹πŸΌ

We are running a series of Big Debates to find out your views on the future of the Palace of Westminster! To work with such an important team and enigmatic building is so exciting, and we can’t wait to hear what young people who take part in The Big Debate Club say about this second question:

How important is it that the Houses of Parliament building sets an example for protecting the environment?

Teacher, parents and carers ‡️

To help you with this really important debate, we have put together some great extras for this debate. Below you can see a range of different lesson plans to help prepare for the debate, and also a mission for your young people to complete and share once it’s done.

How to access the debate? πŸ“

Click here to access the debate.

It will be live for a week from 7th to 14th of June.

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How does The Big Debate Club work? πŸ€·πŸ½β€β™‚οΈ

Come along to our short 30 minute after school webinar to find out how to use The Big Debate Club in your classroom, and to find out how young people’s views will be used in the Restoration and Renewal programme.

Click here to book webinar

Lesson Plan links ‡️

Transcription πŸ“‹

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Mission πŸ•΅πŸΎ

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