The Tudors: History | Crime and Punishment

Year 3

Year 4


SKU: T34IL4015011

This grisly Tudor Crime and Punishment KS2 History lesson looks at the punishments criminals (or those suspected of a crime) were given during the Tudor period, and how law and order was controlled. Your class will find out what a ducking chair was, who got put in the stocks and why people were hung, drawn and quartered. They will also think about how these punishments are different to our justice system today and whether or not these punishments fit the crimes.

During their independent learning, they will then have the chance to either look at some Tudor crime and punishment scenarios and express their understanding of these through descriptions and illustrations, or act the scenarios out for themselves.
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