Join the Museum of London their free teacher events introducing new teaching resources covering a more diverse and inclusive history of the Great Fire of London.
These resources are the product of an exciting research project, Reimagining the Restoration.
Reimagining the Restoration is a project using original research on Samuel Pepys’s diary to present new perspectives on life in the 17th century.
Together, the Museum of London and the University of Leicester have created teaching resources which feature children, women, people of colour, and deaf people at the time of the Great Fire of London. The project aims to give teachers new ways to teach the Great Fire, give learners a sense of place and ownership over their history, and to spark interest in the 17th century.
Museum of London’s Upcoming Teacher Events
Great Fire of London teacher study day
A study day held in person at London Metropolitan Archives, aimed at KS1 teachers thinking about new methods of engaging their class with the Great Fire of London.
Cost: FREE (including refreshments)
When: Friday 29 September, 10.30am-4.30pm
The Museum of London not only makes a great school trip for you and your students, but they also offer free teacher events. This event is a great way to learn, feel inspired and meet fellow teachers.