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  • 2. I talk to people when I need help. I can explain what needs doing and why. I know how to deal with problems. I can see what needs improving. I use different viewpoints to reach a shared solution. I can support other people in their views and beliefs. I work well with others. I listen to others’ points of view. I change my behaviour to suit the situation. I respect other people’s differences. I take responsibility. I help others by giving them useful advice. I can generate ideas and possibilities. I ask questions to find out more. I can see how ideas or pieces of information fit together. I challenge ideas and assumptions that I make or that others make. I test ideas. I change ideas when I need to. I can see what has worked well and what hasn’t worked well. I know my targets and what I have to do to meet them. As I work, I can see how well I am doing. I listen to the advice of adults and people in my class. I learn from my mistakes. I let people know how I learn best. I like a new challenge. I work to goals and commit myself to tasks. I get to lessons on time with the equipment I need. I take risks and deal with them sensibly. I plan my own time and work to deadlines. I am able to deal with change. Effective Participator Team worker Creative thinkers Reflective Learner Self-Manager I can spot questions and problems that need answering and solving. I can plan and carry out a piece of research. I can look at things from different points of view. I can think about how important or relevant some information is. I can see how decisions or events are influenced by different points of view, beliefs or circumstances. I can back up points of view using arguments and evidence. Independent Enquirer
  • 3. I like a new challenge. I work to goals and commit myself to tasks. I get to lessons on time with the equipment I need. I take risks and deal with them sensibly. I plan my own time and work to deadlines. I am able to deal with change. Self-Manager I can spot questions and problems that need answering and solving. I can plan and carry out a piece of research. I can look at things from different points of view. I can think about how important or relevant some information is. I can see how decisions or events are influenced by different points of view, beliefs or circumstances. I can back up points of view using arguments and evidence. Independent Enquirer Today you will be concentrating on these two PLTS...
  • 4. I like a new challenge. I work to goals and commit myself to tasks. I get to lessons on time with the equipment I need. I take risks and deal with them sensibly. I plan my own time and work to deadlines. I am able to deal with change. I can spot questions and problems that need answering and solving. I can plan and carry out a piece of research. I can look at things from different points of view. I can think about how important or relevant some information is. I can see how decisions or events are influenced by different points of view, beliefs or circumstances. I can back up points of view using arguments and evidence. Today you will be concentrating on these two PLTS...
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  • 6. [In your red exercise book ] Answer the following questions:- 1. What other historical event / person does ‘Thora Dead-ringer’ refer to? 2. What is her impression of the Battle of Edgehill?
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  • 8. Now you’ve watched the News footage again I’d like you to write 3 x ‘Tabloid’ style headlines in your red book
  • 9. Battle of Roundway Down Part of English Civil War Date July 13 , 1643 Location near Devizes , Wiltshire Result Decisive Royalist victory Combatants Parliamentarians Royalists Commanders Sir William Waller Sir Arthur Haselrig Lord Hopton Lord Wilmot Strength c 2,500 horse c 1,800 foot 8 guns 1,800 horse c 2,000 foot 2 light guns Casualties 600 killed 1,000 captured unknown
  • 10. [In your red book ] Complete a 5W for the Battle of Roundway Down Who took part? Where did it take place ? When was the Battle ? Why? What was the result? Battle of Roundway Down Part of English Civil War Date July 13 , 1643 Location near Devizes , Wiltshire Result Decisive Royalist victory Combatants Parliamentarians Royalists Commanders Sir William Waller Sir Arthur Haselrig Lord Hopton Lord Wilmot Strength c 2,500 horse c 1,800 foot 8 guns 1,800 horse c 2,000 foot 2 light guns Casualties 600 killed 1,000 captured unknown
  • 11. History Department The Battle of Roundway Down, July 1643
    • Royalist forces led by Henry Wilmot and John Byron encountered William Waller and his Parliamentary army at Roundway Down, near Devizes, on 13th July, 1643.
    • Arthur Haselrig, commander of Parliamentary forces on the right, made the first charge but it was easily repelled by Wilmot's men.
    • Waller now attacked but failed to make any headway against the Royalist forces.
    • Wilmot and Byron now counter attacked and the Roundheads were forced to flee.
    • The battle at Roundway Down resulted in Parliament losing 1,500 soldiers and established that Charles I had full control over the West Country.
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    A) Richard Atkins, was a Captain in the Royalist army. On 13 July, 1643, he took part in the Royalist victory at Roundway Down. In this extract Atkins describes trying to kill General Arthur Haselrig, the leader of the parliamentary army at Roundway Down. It was my fortune to charge Sir Arthur Hesilrige... He discharged his carbine first but at a distance not to hurt us... I then... discharged mine; I'm sure I hit him, for he staggered and wheeled off from his party and ran... I pursued him... and in six score yards I came up to him, and discharged the other pistol at him, and I am sure I hit his head... but he was too well armed all over for a pistol bullet to do him any hurt, having a coat of mail over his arms and a headpiece that was musket proof... I employed myself in killing his horse, and cut him in several places... the horse began to faint with bleeding, and Sir Arthur fell off. Then a group of troopers... charged and rescued him.  
  • 12. The Battle of Roundway Down, July 1643 [In your red books] 1.Where in England did this battle take place? Is this significant? 2.Who won the battle? Was Haselrig killed? 3.Now go to your A3 grid and fill in the information for this battle
  • 13. Battle of Newbury Part of English Civil War Date October 27 , 1644 Location Newbury, Berkshire Result Indecisive Parliamentarian victory Combatants Parliamentarians Royalists Commanders Earl of Essex Sir William Waller Earl of Manchester King Charles I Prince Maurice Strength 7,000 horse 12,000 foot 3,500 horse 5,000 foot Casualties unknown unknown
  • 14. [Red books] Complete another 5W For the Battle of Newbury Battle of Newbury Part of English Civil War Date October 27 , 1644 Location Newbury, Berkshire Result Indecisive Parliamentarian victory Combatants Parliamentarians Royalists Commanders Earl of Essex Sir William Waller Earl of Manchester King Charles I Prince Maurice Strength 7,000 horse 12,000 foot 3,500 horse 5,000 foot Casualties unknown unknown
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  • 16. Minimise the powerpoint and open up the Google Earth link to the Battle of Newbury
  • 17. History Department The Battle of Newbury , August 1643
    • In August 1643, Charles I and his army surrounded Gloucester but withdrew to avoid a confrontation when Robert Devereux , Earl of Essex, arrived the relieve the city.
    • Royalist forces now moved to block the Parliamentary army's return to London .
    • Charles I , with 8,000 foot soldiers and 6,000 cavalrymen, set up defensive positions to the west of Newbury.
    • Prince Rupert was in command of the cavalry and Jacob Astley the infantry.
    • Robert Devereux arrived with 10,000 foot soldiers and 4,000 cavalrymen. Although he arrived after the Royalists he managed to secure the best ground at Round Hill.
    • An attack led by John Byron and his Cavaliers failed to capture the position from the Roundheads .
    • The Royalists ran short of ammunition and that night, despite the protests of Prince Rupert and John Byron , the king decided to withdraw to Oxford .
    • This enabled Robert Devereux and his Parliamentary army to return to London .
  • 18. [ Red books ] Complete your A3 grid for Newbury We’re about half way through the Civil War. Write a paragraph explaining how you think the Battle is going – i.e. who has the best of it so far, and any recommendations for either side?