Was Elizabeth I 'weak and feeble'?
In this lesson, we will be learning about the monarchs who succeeded King Henry VIII. We will learn about the religious tensions, between Catholicism and Protestantism, that developed with each new monarch who rose to the throne. We will conclude the lesson by learning about King Philip’s plots to overthrow Elizabeth I and ultimately, her victory over the Spanish Armada. This lesson covers beheading and death. If this is a sensitive topic for your child then please make sure they are adequately supervised.
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