Jarlshof: looking down into a round house near to Sumburgh, Shetland Islands, Great Britain The archaeological site at Jarlshof represents over years of continual human habitation. The earliest remains are of Bronze Age buildings from around BC
If you’re looking for some inspiration for your Great Fire of London classroom display, check out some of these ideas. Discover some facts about the Great Fire of London or learn all about Samuel Pepys, who wrote about the fire in his diary.
This online resource aims to help children explore this event through the eyes of four people who saw it. It can help children to develop an awareness of what the term “eyewitness” means and why eyewitness accounts may differ.
A simple booklet about the Great Fire of London. There are only headings, illustrations and key words on each page so children who have difficulty reading can use the pictures to write factual sentences.