Tupholme Abbey Education pack KS2,3
This section tells how an abbey came to be founded at Tupholme in the 12th century. It shows where Tupholme is located and how it had 8 other monastic houses as neighbours in the Witham Valley. It also briefly describes the origins of the Premonstratensian canons who built it.
Religion was extremely important and central to the lives of medieval people.
How Henry VIII broke away from the Roman Catholic Church in 1534.
History of Tupholme Abbey from the time the canons left in 1536 to the present day.
How Tupholme Abbey might have looked like when the canons lived there in the medieval period.
Studies on Tupholme Abbey provide a range of opportunities across the curriculum.
A short animated reconstruction of Tupholme Abbey (62 seconds in length).