In this programme, Cherie Booth QC helps two teachers translate their knowledge of human rights into lessons on fairness and balancing of rights.
An expert in human rights litigation, Booth provides legal advice both in and out of the classroom to Year 5 and 6 teachers Craig and Elaine.
The pair, from St Albans Primary School in central London, grapple with the core concepts as they expand their legal literacy and knowledge of rights and legal processes.
Department of Constitutional Affairs' human rights study guide created in conjunction with the Bar Council
Organisation supporting the understanding of children?s human rights across parliament
Website offering parliamentary resources to teachers and arranges educational visits to parliament
Website exploring the workings of the Houses of Parliament while offering a range of teacher support resources
Website detailing effective citizenship teaching in Tower Hamlets, London
A webpage explaining some of the activities featured in the programme