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Accrediting active citizenship through the EPQ - guidance for AQA qualification

Active Citizenship Projects - Guidance for Supervisors
This guidance has been written by Kevin Walker. Kevin is a Citizenship teacher with many years’ experience as a project supervisor and centre co-ordinator. He is also a member of the senior team of examiners for Citizenship GCE and the EPQ. He acts as a projects advisor and provides CPD in Citizenship education.

'Tax Facts' published by HM Revenue and Customs

'Tax Facts', published by HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC), has been awarded the ACT Quality Mark for Citizenship Teaching Resources.

'Magna Carta' published by the British Library

'Magna Carta' published by the British Library has been awarded the ACT Quality Mark for Citizenship Teaching Resources.

'Magna Carta: My Digital Rights' published by the British Library

'Magna Carta: My Digital Rights' published by the British Library has been awarded the ACT Quality Mark for Citizenship Teaching Resources.

Topical Issues 1 The Scottish referendum and the future of the UK

In the first of a new series of Topical Issues briefings for teachers, ACT offers guidance to help you explore The Scottish referendum and future of the UK.

NC 2014 Resources and materials to support Citizenship - a digest for teachers

This resources digest has been put together by the Expert Group for Citizenship.

The Expert Group for Citizenship comprises teachers and others from the subject community and works together to promote best practice in teaching the revised National Curriculum. The Group is supported by the DFE.

Rock Enrol guidance

Advice and guidance on holding your own Rock Enrol event and FAQ's

Poster for Rock Enrol

A publicity poster for Rock Enrol

Rock Enrol: Updated voter registration and elections teaching materials

With the renewed interest in registration, elections and voting, there has never been a better time to engage young people in the democratic process, encourage them to be active citizens and register to vote. The Rock Enrol!® resource pack creates that opportunity by using fun, interactive activities.

Talking Justice - new resources from the Prison Reform Trust

The Prison Reform Trust has launched two new, free resources for the public under its Talking Justice programme, funded by the Monument Trust.


Where Do You Stand? - produced in collaboration with the U3A and the Citizenship Foundation - is a set of discussion tools about prison and community sentencing.  This resource is primarily aimed at people aged 16 and above but will also appeal to younger age groups.  What Can I Do? is a bumper new edition of the popular guide to volunteering in the criminal justice system, produced with Pact.


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