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Great Fire of London

A collection of teaching resources relating to the Great Fire of London that destroyed large parts of the city in 1666. It includes display posters, story cut-outs and timelines, notepaper, labels and topic cards.


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Great fire of london display banner

Great Fire Of London Display Banner

Great fire of london display borders

Great Fire Of London Display Borders

Great fire of London display posters

Great Fire Of London Display Posters

Great fire of London page borders

Great Fire Of London Notepaper

Great fire of London self-registration

Great Fire Of London Self-Registration

Great fire of London small world background

Great Fire Of London Small World Background

Great fire of London story cut-outs

Great Fire Of London Story Cut-Outs

Great Fire of London timeline

Great Fire Of London Timeline

Great fire of London word cards

Great Fire Of London Word Cards

Great fire of London word mat

Great Fire Of London Word Mats


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Mo, Bristol
I really enjoy putting together eye-catching displays in my classroom and ELHQ always has lots of colourful and engaging material to choose from.
Marianne, Hackney
I am new to EYFS and all the planning documents on this site have been really helpful, especially all the templates.
Jackie, Sunderland
As an NQT this site has been a lifesaver. The resources have saved me loads of time and the forest school activities have been particularly useful. Thanks!
Karen, Edinburgh
All of the story resources have been put to good use in our library corner, especially during World Book Day. Keep up the good work!
Michael, South Wales
The bright colours and clear images are brilliant for my SEN pupils. For a lot of the children routines are really important, so the visual timetable in particular has been a big hit.