Year 2 took part in a Great Fire of London workshop. The Great Fire of London is one of the most famous fires in history. It took place in 1666 and caused extensive destruction in the city of London. The fire lasted for three days, destroying more than 13,000 buildings and leaving tens of thousands of people homeless. It was a devastating event, yet it had a significant impact on the city and its people. The children explored facts about the Great Fire of London and the extent of the destruction it caused, the causes of the fire, and how it was eventually put out. They also learn about the legacy of the fire and how it helped shape London into the bustling city it is today.