In today’s lesson the children will be looking at how to keep themselves safe on bonfire night. We will be drawing on prior knowledge of Guy Fawkes and the children will be listening to a story about where bonfire night originated from. We will then listen to a firefighter to obtain real advice about disposing of sparklers and what to do if they are hit by a firework. The children will then raise awareness to others by creating a safety poster.
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