Revolution and Reformation: The Early Tudors 1485-1547 A Level

Revolution and Reformation: The Early Tudors 1485-1547

Revolution and Reformation: The Early Tudors 1485-1547 A Level
Tuesday 19th November 2019
11.00am – 3.30pm,
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London - Contact Us for Venue Details

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 first Tudor monarchs, Henry VII and his notorious son, Henry VIII. Join us to receive guidance on this intriguing period from experts in the field.

  • Pretenders and Rebels, 1485-1509 – How significant were the threats to Henry VII’s rule?
  • Henry VII: Tudor autocrat? – How valid is the view that Henry VII’s authority was based more upon punishment than persuasion?
  • Reform and Rebellion, 1509-1547 – How effectively did Henry VIII deal with opposition to his religious policies?
  • King-in-Parliament? – To what extent did the years 1509 to 1547 witness the modernisation of government?
TimeActivity
11.00amPretenders and Rebels, 1485-1509 - How significant were the threats to Henry VII's rule?
11.45amBreak
12.00pmHenry VII: Tudor autocrat? - How valid is the view that Henry VII's authority was based more upon punishment than persuasion?
12.45pmBreak
1.45pmReform and Rebellion, 1509-1547 - How effectively did Henry VIII deal with opposition to his religious policies?
2.30pmBreak
2.45pmKing-in-Parliament? - To what extent did the years 1509 to 1547 witness the modernisation of government?
3.30pmEnd
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