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Dear Diary

12 Nov 2021

We have missed the members of our class who have had to stay at home this week. We can't wait for you to be back with us. smiley

This week, we have been writing diary entries from the perspective of Edward VI. The children had the choice to either write a diary recount at the end of the day of Edward's coronation or at the end of one of the last days before he died.

Edward was only 9 when he was crowned and so the children had some great ideas about how he would be feeling, and how overwhelming it would be, especially as he was mourning his father's (Henry VIII) death. 

When he died, he was only 15, but even at this young age he was desperate to change the line of succession to the throne so that his sister (Mary I) wouldn't be Queen when he died. This was due to the fact that she was Catholic and he was Protestant. The children wrote about his attempts to change this on his deathbed. 

The children did a great job writing these first person recounts. Here are a few for you to read...


 
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