The conference focuses on the demands of breadth and particularly on issues of change, continuity, cause and consequence in the Tudor period 1485 – 1693 in both essay and interpretative material. There is a focus on the key political, social and economic questions that are most commonly asked on Tudor England from the accession of Henry VII through to the death of Elizabeth I, an era of decisive change for the English state and church.
The day is aimed to be of benefit for students studying any of the major examination boards, although examples will be drawn from the AQA board.
This conference, tailored to suit, can be delivered in your school. Discuss this further with our CPD team on 01625 532974 or click below to make an enquiry.
Dr Alexandra Gajda is Fellow and Tutor at Jesus College, Oxford, and Associate Professor of History at Oxford University. She is an expert in the political, religious and intellectual history of early modern England. She is currently writing a book on Parliament and the Reformation under the Tudors.
Dr Keith Milne has over 25 years teaching and examining experience. He is a Senior Moderator and examiner with a major exam board and has authored and advised on a series of popular books including those detailing how to succeed with the NEA. He leads a number of courses exploring the routes to success at A Level History.
Dr Joanne Paul is a is a writer, historian and broadcaster working on the history of the Renaissance, Tudor and Early Modern Periods. She is Honorary Senior Lecturer at the University of Sussex and a BBC/AHRC New Generation Thinker. She has published with the Cambridge University Press ‘Ideas in Context’ series, and has been widely praised for her work on Thomas More, William Shakespeare, Machiavelli and Thomas Hobbes.