This course is for use in schools. It can be used for KS2 groups in the UK and where world history is taught overseas.
All lessons are taught by HENRY VIII making it highly engaging.
The content is delivered in bite-sized chunks, making it ideal for using as an alternative assembly or simply, as a learning aid during class.
You get lifetime access to the course - making it extremely cost effective.
The content covers the whole Tudor period:
All videos come with supporting teacher's notes.
Includes three bonus videos - 2 x Tudor Quiz (easy and hard) + Tudor Ruff making.
Includes a pack of activities and follow on sessions for maximum engagement.
Coming soon, Romans, Greeks and Stoneage.
Read this Lecture first, it will tell you everything that you need to know about using this video course in your teaching.
Henry VIII explains the wars between the Houses of Lancaster and York. He explains the battle of Bosworth and how the Stanley family were the key to success for Henry Tudor and the Lancastrian forces.
Teachers notes to accompany the Wars of the Roses and Battle of Bosworth section
Henry explains how his father Henry VII managed to unite England and how he symbolised that with the Tudor Rose. He talks about his childhood and the death of his brother, Prince Arthur.
Teachers notes to accompany the Uniting England and Prince Arthur section.
Henry VIII talks about his first two wives. Firstly, Katherine of Aragon, and how she failed to give him the son he so desired. He talks about his "Great Matter" and how he broke from Rome to get his divorce. Henry then discusses Anne Boleyn and her execution on Tower Green.
Teachers note to accompany Katherine of Aragon and Anne Boleyn Section.
Henry talks about his third wife Jane Seymour and how she finally gave him what he wanted. He then moves on to talk about Anne of Cleves and how he was most displeased with her appearance.
Teachers notes to accompany the Jane Seymour and Anne of Cleves section
Henry explains all about Katherine Howard and what she did to make him so angry! Finally Henry talks about his final wife Katherine Parr and how she managed to survive him.
Teachers note to accompany the Katherine Howard and Katherine Parr section.
Henry explains about Edward's short rule and the changes that he made to the church in England. He then moves on to the ill-fated attempt to put Lady Jane Grey on the English throne.
Teachers notes on the Edward VI, Reformation and Jane Grey section.
This is a 40 page student workbook that each student can either complete as a whole or you can just use certain aspects of it. There are a range of activities that cover a range of different skill sets and abilities.
Neil Bakewell is a professional speaker and the UK's leading Henry VIII impersonator. Neil speaks at schools across the country as both Henry and telling his own inspirational story. In addition, Neil speaks at corporate events as Henry VIII, talking about Leadership in the Tudor period and Tudor Branding and how they can be applied to the modern business world.
Neil has extensive experience of the corporate business world and running his own business in the healthcare sector.
As well as his speaking business, Neil also acts as: