The Great Fire of Morda
Alps class joined Snowdonia around our fire pit in the Forest School area and watched as we set light to our Tudor House models. It took a while for the fire to catch but then it engulfed the models in the hungry flames. The houses were soon reduced to a pile of ash. Two houses that had been placed across a gap didn't burn, proving that the method of blowing up houses to create a firebreak would have worked to stop the Great Fire of London.
Well done to all the children for taking such care with making their Tudor Houses and for watching them burn so sensibly and safely in The Great Fire of Morda.
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