When studying GCSE History students will be taught about religion and reform in Elizabethan England as a part of their learning the history of Britain.
Religion was a major factor in Elizabethan England. When Elizabeth acceded to the throne, she followed her half-sister Mary who, in less than five years, had tried to turn the clock back to Roman Catholicism. Elizabeth had been brought up as a Protestant, but she wanted to avoid too much reform.
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