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Lyfta supports the Teaching Citizenship Conference

We are pleased to announce Lyfta, the award-winning immersive learning platform for teachers, will be supporting the Teaching Citizenship Conference this year.

Work to do, but hope for the future: Panel discussion highlights

Work to do, but hope for the future: the Citizenship education community’s assessment after 20 years as a foundation subject

The Future of Citizenship Education: meet our panel

ACT is hosting an online panel discussion on 24th March 2022, with key panellists from across the education sector. 
Our aim is to discuss the future of Citizenship education, facilitating an honest and open discussion about the challenges, barriers, and opportunities for the subject. Identifying, as a community, ways to adapt for the future, to ensure there is continued support from leaders and decision makers, and to continue work to equip young people with the knowledge and skills to shape their communities for good.

Meet the panel

ACT Summer Conference 2022: Call for workshop proposals

As part of our ongoing 20th anniversary celebrations, we are looking foward to holding our first in person ACT Summer Conference since the Covid-19 outbreak. 

New year, new learning: view key events for 2022

In 2021, we saw over 1,200 teachers and members register for one of our 21 CPD sessions, conferences and network meetings. This included 118 members networking and sharing best practice at our informal virtual staffrooms, and nearly 200 across our GCSE Network events.

Reflecting on the Sustainable Citizenship Conference

Reflecting on the success of the Sustainable Citizenship Conference

It was fantastic to be joined by so many partners, champions and teachers over the course of the three day Sustainable Citizenship Conference with UK Parliament in November. It was also great to launch ACT’s 20th anniversary of supporting Citizenship education in schools nationwide and be part of Parliament Week. 

Young people to debate foreign affairs policy with MPs


Make sure the young people you know have their say!

The next HeadsUp forum - Foreign Affairs…are we making a difference? - is a chance for 11-18 year olds to discuss issues surrounding defence, international aid, Afghanistan, and Britain’s allies, with influential decision-makers.

They will debate with MPs, Peers, MEPs and policy-makers as well as other young people throughout the country.


HeadsUp forum live from 7 March – 25 March 2011

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