Using original Tudor documents held at The National Archives, students will carry out research into the reign of Mary I and consider whether her reign signified a ‘crisis in monarchy’.
Once students have presented their findings in a debate, they will travel over to Hampton Court Palace for the afternoon’s session.
Here they will have the opportunity to explore the Palace and have their arguments put to the ultimate test as they take on the role of Mary’s councillors and get to put their questions and concerns to Queen Mary in person.
This session is delivered as a workshop. Find out more about the types of session we offer.
This session is delivered as a:
Available: Dates to be confirmed
Cost: £11 per student (minimum £187) for the afternoon session at Hampton Court Palace
Duration: 2 hour workshop + 45 minute tour and 45 minute actor-led session at the Palace
Suitability: Key stage 5Book this session through the Hampton Court website
All activities must be booked in advance.
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