This lesson gets students to place the events of the Gunpowder Plot into the correct chronological order. I have designed it to work for Key Stage 2 and weaker Key Stage 3 groups to enable students to know the key parts of the Gunpowder Plot. Also, students should begin to understand why the 5th November is important and remembered. The lesson begins by checking prior knowledge and then moves into a card-sort which includes clear dates to help students place events into the correct chronological order. From this students can then move onto identifying the reason why we still remember/celebrate the 5th November with a copy and complete task that requires them to choose the correct ending for the sentence 'We remember the 5th of November because...' The main task of this lesson is for the students to produce a cartoon strip of the Gunpowder Plot and there are clear success criteria for students to use. The plenary uses the success criteria to inform peer-feedback. As I have aimed this resource at both Primary and Secondary colleagues I have included a Teacher Guide slide that includes key information to help any non-specialists. If this was being used as a stand-alone resource for 5th November then it could be extended to creative tasks, such as, creating a wanted poster for Guy Fawkes, in literacy a diary entry from Guy Fawkes would be a good extension.