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UK Parliament Education Centre awarded the Sandford Award for Heritage Education 2021

UK Parliament’s Education Centre has been awarded the Sandford Award for Heritage Education, as it prepares to welcome school groups back this autumn. Opened in 2015, the Education Centre provides students with a unique learning experience, with each visit including a tour of the Palace of Westminster – a World Heritage Site. Sessions are fun and interactive and directly integrated with the UK’s four curriculums, tailored to the age and attainment of different age groups.

MPs call on Government to increase support for universities and students amid ‘huge’ Coronavirus disruption

“Given the importance of the higher education sector to the UK economy, and the exceptional circumstances facing both universities and university students, we have recommended the Government consider funding universities to provide any refunds university students are entitled to as a result of the Covid-19 outbreak.”

Black history and cultural diversity petitioners win Petition Campaign of the Year Award

Nell Bevan, Esmie Jikiemi-Pearson, Yacoub Yasin and Cynthia Muthoni  have won the inaugural Petition Campaign of the Year Award at the Your UK Parliament Awards.

#Covid19EducationDebate - MPs to debate petitions relating to the impact of Covid-19 on education

On Monday 15 March, MPs will debate e-petitions, relating to the impact of Covid-19 on education. Tom Hunt (@TomHunt1988), member of the Petitions Committee, will open the debate. The Government will send a Minister to respond.

Petitions Committee Chair urges Government to urgently reveal plans to tackle child food poverty

As the school holidays begin for millions of children, Chair of the Petitions Committee, @CatMcKinnell MP, has written to the Government urging them to provide clarity on plans to tackle food poverty.

MPs to debate petitions relating to the impact of Covid-19 on schools and exams

#CovidSchoolsDebate - On Monday 7 December, MPs will debate e-petitions 326066, 550846, 316404 and 549015, relating to the impact of Covid-19 on schools and exams. Jonathan Gullis MP (Stoke-on-Trent North), member of the Petitions Committee, will lead the debate. The Department for Education will send a Minister to respond.

UK Parliament launches new educational resources to mark Disability History Month

UK Parliament is launching a new pack of educational resources to celebrate Disability History Month which runs from 18th November to 20th December.

MPs to debate petitions relating to university tuition fees

On Monday 16 November, MPs will debate e-petitions relating to university tuition fees. Chris Evans MP (Islwyn), member of the Petitions Committee, will lead the debate. The Department for Education will send a Minister to respond.

MPs to debate a petition relating to Black history and cultural diversity in the curriculum

#CurriculumDiversityDebate - On Monday 28 June, MPs will debate e-petition 324092, relating to Black history and cultural diversity in the curriculum. Chris Evans, member of the Petitions Committee, will open the debate. The Government will send a Minister to respond.

MPs to debate petitions relating to exams during Covid-19

#ExamsCovidDebate - On Monday 12 October, MPs will debate two e-petitions relating to exams during Covid-19. Tonia Antoniazzi MP (Gower), member of the @HoCPetitions Committee, will be leading the debate.

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