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UK National CurriculumEdit

Under tha National Curriculum by the end of Key Stage 4 students should demonstrate understanding of key citizenship concepts, including:

  • rights and responsibilities
  • democracy
  • government
  • fairness,
  • identities and communities
  • power and authority


SourcesEdit

The link below is the source for the above information and contains information further about the Citizenship curriculum.

Qalifications and Curriculum Authority (QCA)Edit

This link is to the Qualifications and Curriculum Authority's citizenship homepage.

This link is to the Qualifications and Curriculum Authority's citizenship glossary.

School Councils UKEdit

Electoral Reform Youth OrganisationsEdit


Mock ElectionsEdit

Mock elections are a good way of getting young people involved in democracy. Unfortunately the vast majority of mock elections are currently conducted using First Past the Post.


This is a guide to running mock elections published by the teachers resource exchange.

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