- Feb 22, 2018
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Year 4 are learning all about the Tudors this term. The children looked at some examples of Tudor roses then created their own using the tools on 2Paint.
The Tudor rose was created when Henry VII brought an end to the Wars of the Roses (an ongoing battle between two royal groups – the House of Lancaster and the House of York). He joined the White Rose of York with the Red Rose of Lancaster, creating the Union Rose (or Tudor Rose), which is still used as the floral emblem of England today!
Find out more about the Tudors on The National Geographic website.