Key Stage 4 | Subject: History | Topic: Stuarts | Session Type: Depth study
A temporal or an eternal crown? The Banqueting House has stood for over 400 years; it is the last remaining part of Whitehall Palace, and was built as a reminder of the monarch’s divine right to rule.
In the role of jury, students will evaluate the evidence and make the ultimate judgement - is the king guilty?
Engaging with primary sources and deeply held beliefs, in the location where Charles I spent his final minutes, students will face the same decision that tore apart Stuart England.
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This session has been designed to complement the study of the English Civil War, and particularly the following exam boards:
Mondays to Fridays on request
10.30 and 12.00
Up to 35 pupils
£105 plus admission
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