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Published on January 20, 2009

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The Tudors By Kathryn and Olivia

Tudor Schools Tudor schools were very different to the schools we have now. Only rich Tudor people went to school, only rich boys went to school girls were expected to stay at there house to learn household skills.

Tudor schools were very different to the schools we have now. Only rich Tudor people went to school, only rich boys went to school girls were expected to stay at there house to learn household skills.

Rich Houses Glass windows Portraits on the wall Fancy wall paper Patterned curtains Long rugs Big fireplaces

Glass windows

Portraits on the wall

Fancy wall paper

Patterned curtains

Long rugs

Big fireplaces

How Did Rich Tudor People Travel? Tudor people didn’t have cars, motorbikes, lorries or even busses. Rich Tudor people often walked or went in a carriage or ride on a horse.

Tudor people didn’t have cars, motorbikes, lorries or even busses. Rich Tudor people often walked or went in a carriage or ride on a horse.

Poor Houses Poor people had beds made of hay Poor people could do nothing about being poor because they believed that god wanted them to be poor. Poor were lucky that they got to eat any food Lots of people died because of cholera

Poor people had beds made of hay

Poor people could do nothing about being poor because they believed that god wanted them to be poor.

Poor were lucky that they got to eat any food

Lots of people died because of cholera

How Did Poor People Travel? Poor people couldn’t afford to ride in a carriage so they had to walk. Poor people also couldn't afford to ride on a horse.

Poor people couldn’t afford to ride in a carriage so they had to walk. Poor people also couldn't afford to ride on a horse.

Henry VIII Henry VIII had six wives! Henry executed 2 of his wives, he also divorced 2 and sadly one died and that left one more wife, who was widowed.

Henry VIII had six wives! Henry executed 2 of his wives, he also divorced 2 and sadly one died and that left one more wife, who was widowed.

 

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