What is a government?
A PSHE and SMSC project for Year 4 children
What is a government? How are they elected? How does a government explain what they stand for?
In this project, children learn what a government is and how its politicians are elected. They investigate the role of a prime minister, considering the qualities that are needed to be effective in this position. They also explore issues that are important to them by writing a personal manifesto. Finally, children debate if elections are the best way to choose a government.
This project is provided as a digital download* and includes:
- project booklet
- tailormade resources
- display banner
- book cover
- user handbook
*The download files are sent in a zip folder (49MB). We recommend that you download this on a desktop/laptop computer rather than a mobile device.
ATTENTION! – Democracy Rules is provided free of charge to Cornerstones Curriculum customers as part of their ongoing curriculum licence. If you have an active curriculum licence, you can access these projects and resources on The Hub.
Accessing your digital download
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Access anytime in the future
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