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.
1666: Houses Demolished Text
Newspaper style report of The Fire from the BBC.
Britannica - Great Fire Quiz
A selection of activities from Britannica including a quiz, word search, crossword and pictures.
Fire Fighters Past & Present Interactive
This resource compares the work of firefighters today with the work carried out by the first organised fire service. In the introductory section, pupils are guided through a typical day in the life of firefighters from both eras, in a storybook style.
Fire of London: Interesting Facts Text
Here are some interesting facts about the devastating fire, called The Great Fire of London, which pretty much destroyed most of England’s capital city in 1666.
Pocket History Text
A pocket history from the Museum of London, covering the following: What caused the Great Fire? How did Londoners escape the fire? How was the fire put out? How much of London was destroyed? How was London rebuilt?
Pudding Lane Audio
In September 1666 the City of London was almost destroyed by what became known as The Great Fire. The fire started in Pudding Lane and this programme was recorded there with the help of James Clare who is the Historic Buildings Architect for the City of London.