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Tower of London: Did you know?

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About this learning resource

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Introduce students to the legends and stories surrounding the Tower of London.

National Curriculum links
• Encouraging students to use the Tower of London as a primary source to weigh historical evidence.
• Developing chronological awareness and understanding of historical events and the impact that significant figures have made on our country's past.

Learning objectives
• Understand that evidence is used to interpret history.
• Understand how our knowledge of the past is constructed from a range of sources.
• Understand the Tower's role as a place of historic and national importance.

Resource Information

Key Stage

  • KS1 (age 5-7)
  • KS2 (age 7-11)

Subjects

  • History

Topic

  • Medieval

Type

  • For the classroom

Palace

  • Tower of London
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