Norman England is a large topic covered in AQA History alongside other exam boards. Through a series of classes, students will learn how the Normans changed so many aspects of life in England.
This class will summarise the role of the church in Norman times – a vitally important institution. Students will assess its importance in terms of the Norman economy, education systems, politics and government, and the law and will also consider the role of the priest.
This is a great class for anyone currently covering the topic but also for students who have an interest in the subject or want to get ahead with a firm background understanding allowing them to excel in exams and teacher assessments.
If you enjoyed this class, you may be interested in other Curriculum Support classes on Norman England.
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This class is suitable for History students in Years 10-11 or S4-S5 particularly aimed at those covering the Norman England Unit.