Presentation on theme: "PHASE TWO: ARNOLDIAN – reform 1828-1842. A time of change In society and the public schools Society and schools were becoming more orderly Laws were changing."— Presentation transcript:
A time of change In society and the public schools Society and schools were becoming more orderly Laws were changing Eg: Cruelty to animals was banned Transport and communication improved Development of railways and penny post Queen Victoria came to power (1837)
Dr Thomas Arnold HM Rugby School 1828-1842 Liberal Reformer Muscular Christian Social Control Gave 6 th form responsibility
GodlinessManliness Educational Reform Sixth form culture ExpansionHouse Regular contestsH.M. Encouragement Written CodesSpecial Facilities
Muscular Christianity Religious & Moral Gentlemen Intellect
Transition Field Sports Boating Fives Mob Games Running Bathing Cricket Curtailed Rowing Fives Courts Football rules Special Sports Days Regular bathing Cricket
Further information Tom Brown’s School days gives us an insight into Rugby school at this time. Go to http://en.wikipedia.or g/wiki/Tom_Brown's_ Schooldays for some interesting information on this book. http://en.wikipedia.or g/wiki/Tom_Brown's_ Schooldays Sport was a major feature of Tom Brown’s school days. Visit http://uk.youtube.com/watch?v=h4U QlKVjao4 http://uk.youtube.com/watch?v=h4U QlKVjao4 for a video adaptation of the fight. Ask yourself the following questions: 1. Is there any evidence of popular recreation? 2. Is there any evidence of social values?