Bolton School Infants

Y1 Learns About The Fire of London

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Y1 girls and boys at Bolton School Infant School (Beech House) enjoyed a hands-on and instructive visiting History workshop about the Great Fire of London. 

The class were whisked back to 1666 and explored life at the time through drama and movement, playing the parts of Samuel Pepys, the Mayor of London and ordinary Londoners who lived through devastating fire.

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