Welcome and video from the Presiding Officer
Activity describing the role of an Assembly Member. Learners will recreate a day in the life of a Member by playing a variety of character/situation/ roles and problem solving.
Debating Chamber: Interactive quiz or an opportunity to contribute to the work of the Assembly/Youth Parliament*. An opportunity to recreate an Assembly Plenary meeting and discuss a controversial topic by giving their views and opinion. (*to start in 2018)
A tour of one of Wales’s most recognised buildings and an opportunity to ask questions to Assembly Members.
Introduce, explore and discuss the work of Assembly Members. We want to give children and young people the confidence to become informed citizens who have the knowledge and skills to play an active part in shaping the Wales they want.
Find out how decisions are made in Wales
Recognise that children and young people can get involved in making decisions, and reviewing any actions that might affect them.
To develop the learners’ political ‘literacy’ that enables them to make effective decisions and judgements in the world of political and legal systems.
Learn about the Youth Parliament for Wales (coming in 2018)
National Literacy and Numeracy Framework
Literacy and Communication Skills
Oracy, Reading, Writing
Learners will be able to:
-express issues and ideas clearly
-speak clearly, using formal language, varying expression, tone and volume, to keep listeners interested
-explore challenging or contentious issues through sustained role play
Children will be able to:
-Identify their five Assembly Members
-Understand the role of an Assembly Member and what makes a good representative/ leader
-Understand the role the Assembly plays in their daily lives and their role as active citizens in their communities
-Use appropriate language to discuss ideas, hold a constructive and effective debate through the use of suitable expressive language.
– Understand the importance of democratic decision-making and why people vote