Elizabethan Society - 1558-1588

Describe the basic education that children received at home
1. Behaving correctly 2. A basic religious education
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How and why was the education of a noble child different?
A noble child was taught by private tutors instead of their parents
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Describe a 'petty school'
A small, local school which provides a basic education and is run by the local parish priest
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Who usually went to Grammar Schools?
mostly boys - from upper and middle classes
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How old were children when they started Grammar School and what did they learn?
They were around 7 years old, they would learn; -
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Card 2

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How and why was the education of a noble child different?

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A noble child was taught by private tutors instead of their parents

Card 3

Front

Describe a 'petty school'

Back

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Card 4

Front

Who usually went to Grammar Schools?

Back

Preview of the front of card 4

Card 5

Front

How old were children when they started Grammar School and what did they learn?

Back

Preview of the front of card 5

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