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Tudors and the Reformation

England, Scotland, Wales


Protestant? Catholic? Puritan? Church of England? What have all these different religions got to do with the Tudors? The Reformation was a religious rollercoaster for the people of England during the reign of the Tudors with each monarch bringing their own religion as the religion of England. From Henry VIII’s break with the Roman church to Mary reinstating it the people of England didn’t know how or what to worship. This creative play workshop will help your students to understand how the role of religion during the Tudors shaped England today.

Your class will…

  • Explore the development of Church, state and society in Britain.
  • Explore Henry VIII’s break from Rome.
  • Explore the affect of the religious changes in England would have had on common people at the time.

These workshops are designed for one class of 35 students participating at a time. Each session lasts for one or two hours which means we can work with up to four classes across a school day. The sessions are led by an experienced facilitator who collaborates with pupils in order to explore the topic through drama.

What One Day needs to succeed:

Number of Children

Two to Four classes (approx 30-35 students) per group

Length of workshop

Full school day (different classes across the day)

Suitable for

KS3 & 4 / S1 - 3

Space needed

A large clear space (preferably a school hall) Please let us know if you have any special requirements!

What the children learn...

  • Express ideas and feelings through voice, movement, role play and drama.
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