A-Level

Sessions for Key Stage 5 students

The rise and fall of Thomas Wolsey

Utilise primary evidence to further investigate why Wolsey rose and fell from power. 

A-Level
Subject: History
Topics: Tudors
Session Type: Depth study

What was the driving force of the Reformation?

Examine the wealth of the Roman Catholic Church, Henry's desire for an heir, his infatuation with Anne Boleyn, and his belief that he was appointed by God to care for his peoples' souls.

A-Level
Subject: History
Topics: Tudors
Session Type: Depth study

Detail of the stained-glass in the west window showing a likeness of King Henry VIII in the Great Hall. The glass was installed in 1845 to the designs of Thomas Willement.

Mid-Tudor crises

Examine how Henry VIII’s children, Edward, Mary and Elizabeth used Hampton Court differently to their father to further investigate whether the mid-Tudor era was a period of instability.

A-Level
Subject: History
Topics: Tudors
Session Type: Depth study

Study day partnerships

Queen Mary I by Master John, 1544.  National Portrait Gallery, NPG 428

Crisis in the reign of Mary I

Investigate original documents that uncover the real state of the nation during the reign of Mary I and debate whether or not the country was truly in crisis.

A-Level
Subject: History
Topics: Tudors
Session Type: Study day partnership

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