2G’s Educational visit to New Cross fire station

This afternoon, 2G had the pleasure of walking to New Cross fire station to learn more about fire safety in relation to our topic – The Great Fire of London.

We had a tour around the station, explored the fire engine and even got to shoot water out of a hose! It was a great day, check out a few of our snapshots from the afternoon below.

Fire fire!

Ollie, from the London Fire Brigade, visited our class to give us a fire safety talk.

He told us what to do in case there is a fire and how a fire can be caused. We pretended we were asleep in the classroom and acted out how to leave our homes safely.

We then tested a smoke alarm so we would recognise the sound if there was a fire.

We then used what we had learned to make our own fire safety posters.

A big thanks to Ollie from the London Fire Brigade, we learned so much information which will help us in our topic – ‘The Great Fire of London!’


Miss Green