Tudor Crime and Punishment

Published: Friday, 16 September 2016

As part of our work on Tudor Crime and Punishment, year 6 took part in a drama activity.  They heard a story about a Tudor child who had to steal a loaf of bread from the Royal Court as his family were starving.  The child unfortunately got caught and subsequently was waiting in prison to get their hand chopped off!  In groups, year 6 then acted out different scenes using freeze frames.  Following on from this activity, the children write some amazing diaries pretending to be the Tudor child.

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