Flags and flowers reign for the Queen
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