The Great Fire of London

We were transported back to September 1666 in Class 2P's assembly and heard all about The Great Fire of London. We met Thomas Farriner and his maid whose bakery in Puddding Lane was the source of the fire. We also heard from seventeenth century diarist, Samuel Pepys, who inspired the class to write their own diary entries. There was a very catchy song which described the events of the disastrous fire which the class sang enthusiastically.

Well done, 2P!

The video of the assembly is on eSpace.

Pupils have their login details so they can share the assembly with families and carers.
There is a link to the eSpace website on the Pupil Voice tab of this website.
When you have logged on, hover over the words Deansfield eSpace and click on Visit site, just below . Then click on the word Assembly. On the page that opens click on Autumn Term 2019 class assemblies. Enjoy watching!