It is feared the sights, smells and noises from the annual celebration could distress children and families who were caught up in the fatal fire which claimed the lives of more than 80 people.
Kensington and Chelsea Council has written to all schools in the area to alert them of the emotional risk to children, and families have been pre-warned about the borough's annual set-piece fireworks display which will take place at The Roof Gardens on Saturday (November 4).
The event, which is organised privately, will begin at 11.45pm and is just around the corner from where many of the Grenfell survivors are currently staying in hotels.
"Traumatic memories can be revived by many sensations - a sight, a smell, a noise," said Emma Will, of Kensington and Chelsea Council.
Adding: "These can trigger a response that takes a person back to the most traumatic of times.
"We want to make sure that, if that happens, people have the support available.
"We are working with NHS, Hestia and our incredible schools and teachers to makes sure that happens."
Extra support staff will be deployed and roaming teams will be sent out to ensure witnesses to the incident on June 14 have support available to them as it is feared unregulated bonfires could pose the greatest risk.
According to the council, mental health workers from the NHS and nearby Hestia charity will be drafted in to provide support across North Kensington over the weekend (November 4 and 5).
Emotional support is also available from the NHS 24/7 on 0800 0234 650 with overnight counselling services stationed in hotels were survivors are staying.
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