Tudor law and order at the Guildhall

We had a wonderful day at the Guildhall.  First we learned some Tudor phrases, then we split into groups for drama.  Each group was given a crime scenario to act out.  DSCF2857Andrew, from the Guildhall, took the part of the lawyer, Mrs Walsh, who was the Clerk to the court, had to record everything that took place in the courtroom and Mrs Callaghan, as the judge, had to pass the sentence for each case.  Each one of us was either an accused person, a witness or a defendant (the person the crime had been committed against). It was quite alarming to find out the different punishments that were given during these times.





June 30th, 2016
Class activities

2 Responses to “Tudor law and order at the Guildhall”

  1. Lily says:

    Thank you Mrs Callaghan for taking us on the trip to the Guildhall, I had an amazing time.


    • Mrs Callaghan says:

      You are most welcome. I’m glad you enjoyed it so much.


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