Thoughts and musings from the Hill Mead KS2 All Stars!
In the reign of Henry VIII the Pope was the head of all the Christian Churches. When the Pope refused to grant Henry VIII a divorce from Catherine of Aragon, he set up the Church of England. After his divorce (on 23 May, 1533), Henry VIII needed to reduce the power of the Church's power in England, as well as find money to fund his fruitless and expensive wars against France and Scotland.
So what did Henry do Fathia and what happened to the monasteries?
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During Henry VIII time , 256 monasteries could trace their origins back to Celtic or Angalo Saxon foundations before Norman Conquest.
Maby Henry VIII got fed up of the monistry and wrecked it all up because not much people was living in England and it was unfair because no one would watch executions. Also because his kingdom was really quiet.
The monastries were took over by henry VIII people lived there hospitals sick people died people changed religion. kids went school there now they have no schools people with no money dirty clothes poor people died rich people live but the main abbey hall could not argue henry was a copper richer than them they were poor he married anne boelyn then executed her because he says she had six fingers
this is why 2,00000 people died over the reighn of henry the eigth he got more richer and richer shuting things down he got everything he wanted untill he died
The reason why the monistrys got sent away is because Henry the VIII wanted to marry anbolyn but the church people didn't like the idea of Henry the vlll being with anbolyn so when to be continued
Nathan please check your awnser amd continue your work and resarch some more facts and write them down.
The dissolution of the monasteries was one of the key features of the reign of Henry VIII. The monasteries were seen as being a cornerstone of Papal authority in England and Wales. After various pieces of legislation were introduced into England that ended the Pope’s authority during the early 1530’s, the monasteries became the focal point of the king’s attack as it was assumed that they would remain loyal to the Pope. However, whether the attack on the monasteries – known as the dissolution of the monasteries – was for spiritual or financial reasons is open to debate.
A monastry is a building.Monasrties were destroyed by henry because he wanted to get married.
Please Kwabena check your awnser and write some facts down .
During King Henry VIII's reign he smashed down most monasteries because he needed more money to pay for his wars and monasteries gained a lot of money those days. The person in charge of breaking the monasteries was Thomas Cromwell. The other monasteries stayed standing because they paid the king half of what they got each year. A monastery is a type of church. It is also a home for disabled people. There are loads of different places in a monastery. Unfortunately, we don't use monasteries anymore but it would be fun if we did have some monasteries.
A ministry is basically like a home school people that was poor went.
Please chaeck your awnser shaylah and write down some facts about monastaries
Did you know know that twenty were found and the next twenty were never found and Henry sent his men to destroy the monks bilidings.
Jahvon please check that your work makes sense and write some more facts down.
Monasteries were used for people who were poor and could not aford to live in a house, but the sad thing is that they were all burnt and the expencive roofs were taken by King Henry VIII for money. king henry VIII did not go to the monasteries it was his guards and his body gaurd and he said''we have come to close this monasterie in order of the king.''
During tudor times when king henry vlll he wanted rich money.like the the other people so he took all there money and left them poor.Then he thought if i smash down every little thing they have i can make billions with it. and that's what he did.And he smashed down the school for children and learning and the church and made it his own and loads of other stuff that would make him rich
What is a monastery Year 4?
A monastery is a building occupied by a community of monks living under religious vows.When a community was happily living their life, a king called (Henry 8th) came and destroyed their lives and knocked it down for a woman which was Catherine of Aragon but still beheaded her he did not imagine those poor people being homeless and the people left and never came back.
It got changed into another place so then people could visit and think of all the time ago times and they could think of them. they could also have a look at some stuff and see how interesting it is. they could have a look at the music and the books and the library and the dinner room. they could have a look at all the picture and all the exiting things.
A monastery is a building or complex of buildings comprising the domestic quarters and workplaces of monastics, monks or nuns, whether living in communities or alone (hermits). A monastery generally includes a place reserved for prayer which may be a chapel, church or temple, and may also serve as an oratory
A monastery is a church but people would live in there and work there to. to be continued