Flags and flow­ers reign for the Queen

Harefield Gazette - - NEWS -

YOUNG­STERS at Newn­ham In­fant and Nurs­ery School joined in the cel­e­bra­tions for the Queen’s 90th birth­day.

On Thurs­day June 9, the Mayor of Hilling­don Cllr Ge­orge Cooper planted the last flow­ers in the school’s Union Flag flower bed, which has more than 400 plants planted out by ev­ery child in the school.

The Mayor also un­veiled the win­ner of the ‘de­sign a cake for the Queen’ com­pe­ti­tion which has been made into a real cake.

To cre­ate a spe­ical mem­ory, an aerial photo was taken of the chil­dren mak­ing a crown and the num­ber 90.

On Fri­day chil­dren dressed as roy­alty at a tea party for the Queen with guest of hon­our the school’s very own ‘Queen’ – head­teacher Sue Hodges.

Each class per­formed a dance from one of the decades of the Queen’s life and en­joyed a pic­nic.

n CAKES AND CEL­E­BRA­TIONS: Pupils at Newn­ham In­fant and Ju­nior School marked the Queen’s birth­day with a pic­nic and took part in an aerial photo

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