This post-1066 thematic unit has been produced to meet demand from KS2 teachers for a topic that is genuinely relevant…Read More
How were criminals punished 800 years ago, and how do we know? The story of the fox and the goose…Read More
In the following activities, KS2 pupils learn: a. that medieval justice was loaded in favour of the rich and powerful;…Read More
Crime and punishment – KQ3 – More of the same. How did crimes and punishments change between 1500 and 1750?
All you need for this lesson on Crime and Punishment 1500-1750 is to turn your classroom into an art gallery…Read More
Pupils label their own copy of a motivating Hogarth print showing popular attitudes to public executions before explaining the puzzling…Read More
Crime and punishment – KQ5 – Why did so much change happen in crime and punishment the 19th century?
Great range of activities including: generating enquiry questions about increase in crime from a line graph; explanation builder to work…Read More
Crime and Punishment – KQ6 – Enquiry – Has the way we catch and punish criminals improved in the last 100 years?
Having analysed a graph showing the way the prison population has risen so dramatically over the last 75 years, pupils…Read More