A fire that burned across London… can you even imagine a fire that big?!
Explore the key events and characters of the Great Fire of London. This disaster took place in 1666 and, using a range of drama, movement and musical activities, your KS1 pupils will explore the story from the perspectives of different characters. Learn how the fire began, why it spread and what the residents of London did to tackle the blaze.
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