Fire of London History KS1. Have a go at the drag and drop matching quiz to test your knowledge of The Fire of London. Just one of the links to free to use teaching resources.
Fire Of London Lesson Plan
This lesson can be used with pupils at key stage 1 for the history national curriculum in year 2. It looks at the story of the fire of London through evidence relating to some of the key characters - Thomas Farrinor and Charles II. Background notes also provide contemporary views on the causes of the fire, based on original documents at the National Archives.
Fire-Fighting Earl of Craven Text
Text page with links to pages covering; The Earl of Craven, Great Plague, Samuel Pepyps, St. Pauls Cathedral, Layde Place, Windsor and Sir Christopher Wren.
London After the Great Fire Text
The Great Fire laid waste to much of medieval London and prompted a transformation in the layout and appearance of the streets. How did the city recover and was the fire as devastating as history depicts? Text from The BBC, suitable for teacher notes.
London's Burning Video
Horrible Histories Special: London's Burning.
Check out Christopher Wren and special guests getting into the boyband groove after The Great Fire of London.
Reporting The Fire Text
The BBC asked children to imagine they were a journalist live on the scene as the blaze was taking hold. They chose five reports which are published here.
September 1666 Song
'September 1666' Children's song about Great Fire of London, in English with actions by Al Start.