How religious were people in Norman times?

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Key takeaways
A summary of the importance of the church in Norman times.
An explanation of how the Church affected multiple aspects of Norman society.
An exploration of the role of the priest.
Alex Richardson Host: Alex is a History teacher at Warlingham School, with an MRes in History from Goldsmiths University. His specialist areas are the German Revolution of 1918, the Cold War, and the history of the early Soviet Union.

Normans changed so many aspects of life in England...tune in to find out more! 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. 

Related Classes: The Impact of the Norman Conquest on VillagesHow did the Norman Conquest impact Peasants?The Impact on Towns under the Normans

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Suitable for:

This class is suitable for History students in Years 10-11 or S4-S5.

Class requirements:
You will need a laptop or device with internet connection to watch the class, as well as a pen and notepad for taking notes.
What to expect:
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