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The Monument is located at the junction of Monument Street and Fish Street Hill, 61 metres from where the Great Fire of London started in 1666.
Samuel Pepys and the Great Fire of London 2 | Teaching Resources
These four extra Great Fire of London teaching accounts were written by teachers who attended Nuffield Primary History in-service courses. The teachers have adapted a range of Nuffield Primary History approaches to the needs of their classes.
Great Fire of London Creative Project | Teaching Resources
This is a 'Great Fire of London' craft project which makes a wonderful display and reinforces learning in a very visual and creative way. This project includes three cityscapes to print onto black sugar paper, two different sets of flames for students to colour in, a full set of illustrated instructions both as a PDF and a PowerPoint. It's a simple project but highly effective if you wish to make a fantastic display. This can be a table top display, which I think is the most effective, or…
Seven Kings youngsters reignite Great Fire of London in school playground
The Great Fire of London may have been extinguished in 1666 but it was reignited on Friday at a Seven Kings school.