Yeoman's Warders, popularly known as Beefeaters, are the guards of the Tower of London. You can use our Beefeater writing page to record what you know about them.
London Writing Pages
Use these writing pages - available in colour or black and white - for writing about these famous London landmarks, perhaps when you are learning about them or visiting.
Big Ben is actually the nickname given to the bell in the clock tower. Use our Big Ben writing paper to record this and other interesting facts.
Queen Victoria was the first monarch to use Buckingham Palace as an official residence. What other facts can your children find out and record on our Buckingham Palace writing page?
Have you take a trip on the London Eye? Our London Eye writing pages are perfect for writing about what you saw.
Our Queen's Guard writing page is the perfect place to write about a day out to see the changing of the guard.
There has been a church on the site of St Paul's since 604AD. You can record this and other interesting facts on our St Paul's Cathedral writing page.
We have two versions of our Tower Bridge writing page, in colour or black and white. They are a fun way to record research or to write about a visit to this famous landmark.
How will you use our Tower of London writing page? Perhaps to write about a day out, as part of a history project or to write a story set in the Tower?