We decided that the first ever Platinum Jubilee was definitely worth celebrating in style! During the week before half-term, we all made Jubilee Hats, using our best papercrafts to create something regal to go on our heads.
On the last day before the holiday, we all came to school in red, white and blue-themed non-uniform, and got together for our celebratory tea. We started the afternoon with a magic show in the Infant Hall - and Magic Dave had us laughing along with his show, before we all froze in wonder with his final trick…
We then headed out onto the field for our jubilee tea party. We tucked into sandwiches, crisps, cakes and scones, and tried to look as posh as possible, just like we would if we were having tea with the Queen herself (we still need to work on that bit). It was a lovely day and a great way to celebrate this once-in-a-lifetime event. A big thank-you to everyone who donated cakes, biscuits and other snacks for us all to eat!
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