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Discussion in 'Primary' started by xbhappy4evax, Sep 11, 2011.
We have a Tudor Banquet. Half of the day is as a poor Tudor and half of the day as a rich Tudor.
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My colleague has always launched our Tudor topic with a mock War of the Roses. The children are spilt into two teams - the Red roses and the White roses for the two families - and have in the past either had red or white balloons tied to them, or red and white ribbons tucked into their clothing. A mad rush around of a 'battle' where the children try and capture as many of the opposing teams ribbons, or pop their balloons. At the end of the 'battle' there is a discussion of who won and then it is related to the real battle and who won in the Battle of Bosworth.