Elizabeth

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Private School - Who, What Fees, What Lessons, Why ?
Fees: To parents of the boys, learn both Latin and Greek. Bible reading and monetary contribution to schools were believed by English Protestants to be significant and a moral obligation.
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University- What age did they start ?
They normally attended Grammar school until they reached the age of fourteen when they continued their Elizabethan education at a University.
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University - What were the available Universities ?
The University Faculty of Arts, Liberal Arts, Theology, Medicine, Law
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Petty Schools - Age? Run By ? Free or Fees?
Offered education to children 5-10. Run by a local housewife. Fees were very small.
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Petty Schools - What did they learn ?
Covered the basics of Eng Lang. Principles of Church. Standards of expected behaviour.
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Grammar Schools- Age? Taught by ?
Ages 7 - 14. Ushers .
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Grammer Schools- What was taught?
During the first year of Elizabethan education, aged 7, the curriculum would have consisted of learning parts of speech together with verbs and nouns The second year of Elizabethan education, aged 8, the boys would be taught the rules of grammar and
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