The King's Games: King Harold II & King William

 

The Saxon Times King’s Games have been devised to give an idea of the timescale for the major events of that tumultuous year 1066, in a fun and entertaining format.

 

They present the story of 1066 from the consecration of the new West Minster Abbey, the Death of Edward the Confessor, the coronation of King Harold II that indirectly led to the Battle of Hastings, to Duke William’s progress through southern England to his coronation on 25th December 1066.

Three Great Quizzes from The Saxon Times

Three great Saxon Times General Knowledge Quizzes that cover all the key events of 1066 suitable for KS2 and KS3:

 

Learning outcomes

• Reinforce and revise 1066

Aims

• Inspire curiosity to know more about the past

• Increase knowledge of 1066, the year of the Norman invasion.

Three Battle Newspapers

Three Saxon Times Newspapers of the major battles of 1066 that cover all the key headlines, events and outcomes -suitable for KS2 and KS3:

 

Learning outcomes

• Reinforce and revise 1066

Aims

• Inspire curiosity to know more about the past

• Increase knowledge of 1066, the year of the Norman invasion.

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