Norman Struggles between the Church & Crown?

Curriculum support25 mins£3

Key takeaways
Describe the changing relationships between Norman Kings and the Popes.
Evaluate the balance of power between the Church and the Crown.
Explore the role of Archbishop Anselm.
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. This class will examine the changing relationships of the Norman Kings with the Popes, as well as taking a more general look at the balance of power between the Church and the Crown. We will also explore the role of Archbishop Anselm. This is a great class for students in Years 10/11 currently covering the topic but also for students who have an interest in the subject.

More on Norman England:  How did the Normans change Education?The Impact of the Norman Conquest on VillagesThe 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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