Royal Week

To celebrate the Queen's 90th birthday we held a 'Royal Week' in school from Monday 23rd to Friday 27th May.

Each day a class took a turn in electing our own Royals for the day. This sparked a lot of discussion and debate about democracy!

Each lunchtime the whole school were upstanding to welcome the royals into the hall for lunch which was served to them by teachers! They also sat in thrones during assembly.

We also held a competition to design a birthday card for the Queen. Here are the winners with the cards they made - well done to them all.

Lunch each day was a traditional meal from each of the countries of the United Kingdom, served by the appropriately dressed lunchtime team!

The week finished with a dress up day and a street party. The variety of outfits was amazing - ranging from red, white and blue combos to posh garden party attire. Each class made traditionally British picnic goodies such as cucumber sandwiches and scones. Class 4 even made sandwiches made with freshly laid eggs from Sunny and Mary - the hens we hatched a year ago who now live at St Mary's Cockerton.