Personality and Politics: The Early Stuarts and the Civil War 1603-1660 A Level

Personality and Politics: The Early Stuarts and the Civil War 1603-1660

Personality and Politics: The Early Stuarts and the Civil War 1603-1660 A Level
Friday 29th November 2019
11.00am – 3.30pm,
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Students (price per place)*
£27 inc.Vat
*One free staff place per 8 students

Teachers (without students)
£108 inc.Vat

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Sovereign Education are a respected and established provider of A level and GCSE Study Days with 30 years’ experience of helping students and teachers to improve examination performance.

This Study Day will focus on continuity and change, cause and consequence, and is suitable for teachers and students using a range of exam boards and specifications. Leading historians will explore key themes and events in the reigns of ‘the wisest fool in Christendom’, James I, and the only English king ever to have been executed for treason, Charles I. They will also investigate the world turned upside down during the Civil War. Join us for expert guidance on this tumultuous period of history.

  • A Troubled Inheritance – How far were the financial problems faced by James I of his own making?
  • A Father to his Country? – How successful was Charles I’s personal rule, 1629-1640?
  • Intransigence and Interference, 1645-1649 – To what extent was the king responsible for the failure to find a settlement to the Civil War?
  • Radicals and Republicans – How far were religious divisions the cause of political instability for the republican governments, 1649-1660?
TimeActivity
11.00amA Troubled Inheritance - How far were the financial problems faced by James I of his own making?
11.45amBreak
12.00pmA Father to his Country? - How successful was Charles I's personal rule, 1629-1640?
12.45pmBreak
1.45pmIntransigence and Interference, 1645-1649 - To what extent was the king responsible for the failure to find a settlement to the Civil War?
2.30pmBreak
2.45pmRadicals and Republicans - How far were religious divisions the cause of political instability for the republican governments, 1649-1660?
3.30pmEnd
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