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‘London’ destroyed in blaze reenactment at Seven Kings school

PUBLISHED: 16:37 27 July 2015 | UPDATED: 16:37 27 July 2015

Year two pupils at Farnham Green Primary School set fire to a model of London they made with Redbridge Fire Station to learn about the fire of London and fire safety

Year two pupils at Farnham Green Primary School set fire to a model of London they made with Redbridge Fire Station to learn about the fire of London and fire safety

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Youngsters celebrated the end of another school year after setting fire to a replica model of London last week.

Year two pupils at Farnham Green Primary School set fire to a model of London they made with Redbridge Fire Station to learn about the fire of London and fire safetyYear two pupils at Farnham Green Primary School set fire to a model of London they made with Redbridge Fire Station to learn about the fire of London and fire safety

Year 2 pupils at Farnham Green Primary School, Royal Close, Seven Kings, built houses, inns and St Paul’s Cathedral before setting it alight under the watchful eye of the fire brigade.

The Great Fire of London event, an annual affair at the school, involved more than 100 models, which were made and assembled in the school’s playground.

Organiser and artist Terry Quirk said: “It was great – sadly, there was nothing left for the children to take home!”


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