Use our KS1 and KS2 learning resources to inspire both pre and post visit activities in the classroom.

Christopher Wren's Life

Wren lived through War, Plague and Fire! He was married twice, but both wives died quite young. His life makes a fascinating story to recap with your class after your visit.

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Word Mat

From Astronomer to Cathedral: introduce and discuss the meanings of key vocabulary and their spelling related to Wren and the Great Fire of London.


KS1 Wren, Rebuilding and the Fire of London Resource Sheet

Pre and Post Activity Ideas for you to consider when planning class work linked to a Wren300 KS1 Learning Day.

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KS2 Building London Resource Sheet

'Romans, Wren and London Today': here are some suggestions for you when planning class work linked to a Wren300 KS2 Learning Day.

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London Maps Through Time

Share images and maps with your class in this PowerPoint presentation providing a visual exploration of the geographical growth of London from Roman times through to today.

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Get Creative: colouring sheet

Bring colour to Sir Christopher Wren and St Paul's Cathedral in this colouring in sheet for your class.

Painting of ‘The Great Fire of London’, 1666-1675, Painter unknown © Museum of London, ID: 57.54 Source:

The Great Fire of London

In preparation for your visit, you might like to use with your class some further resources, games and stories about the Fire of London that can be found at

A wealth of images and objects of the Great Fire are also available from the Museum of London. Discover more.

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