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Fire of London

The Fire of London, which tore down 70% of London in 1666, an event which changed the capital cite forever, is immensely important event in British history, and is always a popular history topic in the classroom. Display and craft ideas can be found here as well as documents resources and facts to help you flesh out this most dramatic of events.

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Fire of London teacher resources
Teaching Worksheet 1008-133(1195) KS1

Differences between rich and poor in 1666. Teaching resource to support the QCA Schemes of Work for Primary History, Unit 5.


Fire of London teacher resources
Teaching Worksheet 1008-128(1194) KS1

Great Fire of London worksheet.  Teaching resource to support the QCA Schemes of Work for Primary History, Unit 5.


Fire of London teacher resources
Teaching Activity 1008-136(1193) KS1

My diary of The Great Fire of London. Zig Zag booklet teaching resource to support the QCA Schemes of Work for Primary History, Unit 5.


Fire of London teacher resources
Teaching Worksheet 1008-123(1173) KS1

Extended version of 'Now and then comparison worksheet 1008-122' for The Great Fire of London 1666. Teaching resource to support the QCA Schemes of Work for Primary History, Unit 5.


Fire of London teacher resources
Teaching Worksheet 1008-122(1127) KS1

Now and then comparison worksheet for The Great Fire of London 1666. Teaching resource to support the QCA Schemes of Work for Primary History, Unit 5.


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