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Key Stages 3 & 4 (Secondary School)

Some additional resources & content tailored for KS3-4

The Crisis Point game is based on a fictional scenario in which students have to work as citizens, MEP's and European Commissioners to save Europe and their school from a pandemic.
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This provides an informative, relevant and fun introduction to all aspects of the EU and the European Parliament. The pack includes five downloadable lesson plans, film clips for use in class, a map and an overview of each member state. This gives the teacher background information as well as teaching materials.
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Make your classes relevant and up to date. Find out what is happening NOW at the European Parliament's web TV channel.

Recommended teaching resources for lessons about the EU being awarded the 2012 Nobel Peace Prize.

EU Explained helps teachers give their students a greater awareness about how the EU operates, the impact it has on the UK and how they can seek to influence the decisions made there. The pack contains: Quizzes; A history of the EU; Lesson plans; Role play activities; Guidance on arranging visits to Brussels and visits from MEPs. Developed by Hansard Society with the support of the Foreign and Commonwealth Office (FCO).Available to teachers for free.

(revised edition), designed for young people and their teachers, explores the ways in which some of the European policy areas - such as the environment, consumer protection, employment, minority rights and international aid - impact their daily lives." Published by Initiative for Learning Democracy in Europe (ILDE) and available to download from

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