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Tudor Schools. Not many children went to school in Tudor times. Those that did go were mainly the sons of wealthy or working families who could afford to pay the attendance fee. Boys began school at the age Boys were educated for work and the girls for marriage and running a household. The wealthiest families hired a .Education: hard work and little play! In Tudor times there was no organised system of state education for everyone. What schools were there in London? In Henry VIII 's reign, the leading schools in the City of London were St Anthony 's and St Paul 's. These were both fee-paying grammar schools for rich boys. They were .Tudor Times lifestyle focus ~. In Tudor England, only the rich people sent their children to school. Hardly any girls were educated at school and it was mostly boys who received school tuition. Rich girls were educated at home. Nursery school began at the age of four and after three years children moved on to grammar .In Northern Ireland, the curriculum requirements are more prescriptive than in England and Wales; schools have to provide religious education in accordance with Data taken from the British Social At.udes Surveys and posted on British Religion in Numbers websitea site hosted by the Ins.ute for Social Change at the .

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