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Election! exhibition resources

Self-led Learning resources to enhance group visits to Election! Britain Votes

1924 election photograph. Election! changing exhibition at Peoples History Museum

The museum displayed the Election! Britain Votes exhibition from Saturday 14 February until Sunday 28 June 2015.  School, college, university, community and adult groups can continue to book any of our Election! Learning Workshops.  To accompany the exhibition we have created a range of Learning resources you can use to support group visits.

Election! Britain Votes exhibition resources

The Learning Team worked with Matthew Hallsworth to create a selection of self-led activity packs to be used by primary and secondary school groups and community and adult groups when they visited the Election! exhibition.

These resources can continue to be downloaded and used by groups though **please note that users will need to make changes to the resources as the exhibition is no longer on display.**

Key Stage 2

Key Stage 3 & 4

Community Groups

Key Stage 2, 3 & 4 and Community Groups

Support Resources

Please get in contact with the Learning Team if you would like any further information.

Talk English Election! Resources

The Talk English project produced a series of resources linked to Election! that could be used with Pre-Entry level and Level One ESOL learners. For more information see the Talk English Election! resources page.

Parliament’s Education Service

You can also download online resources from Parliament’s Education Service.  Parliament’s Education Service aims to connect schools and young people to parliament, offering a wealth of learning resources to inform, engage and empower groups.  You can download an election toolkit to use with your group or watch an online film about the general election.  The full list of resources to use with your group is on the resources page of their website.

The work of Election! artist-in-residence Alex Gardner has been supported through Arts Council England’s Grants for the arts scheme.

Heritage Lottery Fund & Arts Council England