By Andy Cobbinah
On Friday 20th January, 2TI did an amazing assembly about the Great Fire of London. They told us about the events of what happened in the Great Fire of London. Samuel Peps wrote a diary during the event.
Here is one of his writing. “It was a small mistake, but with great consequences.”
On Sunday 2nd September 1666, Thomas Farrinor, backer to King Charles II of England, failed in effect to turn his oven off.
He thought the fire was out, but apparently the smouldering embers ignited some firewood and by one O’clock in the morning, three hours after Farrinor went to bed, his house in pudding lane was in flames”.
Linked to the topic about the great fire of London they created some artwork about it in D&T.
On behalf of 2TI:
THANK YOU FOR WATCHING THEIR ASSEMBELY