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Holy Trinity CE Primary School

Holy Trinity CE Primary School

Learning and caring together, building a firm foundation for the future

Hero or Villain?

As our topic comes to a close, there was just enough time to squeeze in one more hero and villain story. We spent an afternoon this week learning about the tragic story of Thomas Becket. We used our amazing acting skills to bring this 12th century story to life! Ask one of us about the story and answer our question in the comments below:

Do you think Thomas Becket was a villain for disobeying Henry II, or a hero for standing up for what he believed in?

  • Philippa Fellows 2 years ago
    Great pics - Very dramatic!
  • Philippa Fellows 2 years ago
    Great photos. Very dramatic!

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