Students from Marlow C of E School recently enjoyed taking part in UK Parliament Week.

Launched in 2011, the week aims to teach school children about politics, the Government, and the importance of debates.

At the start of November, the children at the Sandygate-based school embarked on several activities to help them understand politics.

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The students in Year 2 took part in an online session to learn more about what Parliament is and does, to understand the difference between Parliament and Government as well as the role of MPs and Peers.

Meanwhile, the Year 1 students recreated their own Parliament within their classrooms where they debated and voted on a number of topics.

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And the students in reception were also busy enjoying UK Parliament Week, as the children took part in several activities such as learning how to debate, Guy Fawkes and the Gunpowder Plot, and creating their own Parliament skyline pictures.